FCC 'Diversity' Post Raises Concerns on Talk Radio

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A recently-created position at the Federal Communications Commission has some Republicans concerned.

President Barack Obama named Mark Lloyd as chief diversity officer at the FCC last month.  Conservatives fear he's there to help bring back the Fairness Doctrine, or something like it.

The policy used to require broadcasters to offer balanced commentary on controversial issues, but it was abolished by President Ronald Reagan.

CBN News spoke with Seton Motley of the Media Research Center about the possibility of stricter rules on talk radio under what some are calling "the diversity czar."

Click play for his comments.

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