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When Candidates Debate, Who Owns The Sound?

Within an election culture that rewards news channels with high ratings for broadcasting town halls and debates, the line between what’s for the public good and what’s for private gain can get blurry.

NPR Media Correspondent David Folkenflik speaks with Here & Now’s Robin Young about why usage rights matter, as well as the most recent episode of Donald Trump’s roller coaster relationship with the media.


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