Which of these is not a reason for the collapse of the Fairness Doctrine?
Networks wanted to decide content based on their viewers,
Networks believed their freedom of speech was being violated,
Technology allowed more people to participate in the broadcast industry,
The public felt it no longer needed the FCC to protect their interests.
Networks believed their freedom of speech was being violated
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