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Changes In The FCC's Viewability Rule Could Mean You Won't See Your Favorite Black Pastors On TV

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Published on Jun 18, 2012

If you're getting your local TV stations over your cable system, and you still have an old-style, analog TV, you could lose your ability to see your favorite Black preachers.

The FCC has unanimously voted to end its so-called "viewability rule" in December. The rule allows analog cable TV subscribers access to broadcast TV signals without the need to pay for a digital converter. The end of the rule is being protested by a group of African-American pastors.

Rev. Anthony Evans, President of the National Black Church Initiative joined Roland Martin on the set of Washington Watch to explain how this will negatively affect your ability to watch religious programming.

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