MRC's Motley, FNC's Glenn Beck Inform Viewers About Policy Aims of FCC's Diversity Czar

<div style="float: right"><object width="240" height="194"><param name="movie" value="http://www.eyeblast.tv/public/eyeblast.swf?v=Gd8zprVrSU&amp;c1=0x2D5B97&... name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><embed src="http://www.eyeblast.tv/public/eyeblast.swf?v=Gd8zprVrSU&amp;c1=0x2D5B97&... allowfullscreen="true" width="240" height="194"></embed></object></div>Appearing on his program yesterday, Media Research Center's Seton Motley talked with Glenn Beck about the various regulations the FCC's new diversity czar Mark Lloyd wants to bring upon the terrestrial radio industry, particularly conservative-dominated talk radio.<blockquote><p>GLENN BECK: When you read the new diversity officer, what is the most disturbing thing that you have seen? What are the things that he says that stick out to you?</p><p>SETON MOTLEY: Well, he's fundamentally opposed to virtually any private ownership of media.  [...]</p><p>BECK: Tell me exactly what his plan is.</p><p>MOTLEY: His plan is to use the nebulous FCC regulations of media diversity and localism to travel alternative routes to arrive at the same destination as the Fairness Doctrine, which is to shut you up by shutting you down. He wants to assault the radio industry to effect an ideological outcome... </p></blockquote><p>You  can view the entire segment embedded above on the right. </p><!--break-->

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