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PFF Comments on the FCC's Future of Media proceeding

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Americans today have access to an unprecedented bounty of media riches. Indeed, citizens have more news, information, and entertainment choices at their disposal today than at any point in human civilization. But it is also true that we are in the midst of a major media revolution and no one can be certain what lies ahead for media markets or the journalism profession. With many operators struggling to cope with intensifying competition, digitization, declining advertising budgets, and fragmenting audiences, some pundits and policymakers are wondering what the "future of media" entails. The answer: Nobody knows.

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