I hope this is the right spot of this. It was talked about earlier this year, but now it seems the FCC will be doing a review on Children's Television Rules. Some things hinted were the changing the E/I rules like the one where local stations having to air children's programming 3 hours a week between 7AM to 10PM. But other full details haven't been given as of yet. Here's the article from Bloomberg. The Commissioner named in the article did write a blog post about how children's television regulations need to be reexamined as well. I don't think any changes would make the classic Saturday morning style of network TV return, they kind of mention that with digital stuff existing, you would probably get more local news, infomercials or something. That also might not make Litton happy either. I do wish there was more a focus on quality programming than an amount by hours that was kind of a mistake. But what are your thoughts?