From a somewhat ragtag, shoestring operation born in the 1970s, MAP put itself on the map. It’s now gone, but it will not soon be forgotten.
The longtime Washington public interest group is shutting its doors on May 1, citing a “difficult funding environment.”
Media Access Project has filed a brief with the Supreme Court asking that it affirm a lower court decision that found the FCC’s ability to levy fines for indecent content unconstitutional.
The public interest groups say the FCC record is not complete without Comcast programming contracts; the MSO maintains it complied with info requests.