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XL7-TV fined $60,000 for misleading viewers, election advertising scheme
A several-month-long investigation into Reynolds Media Group, owners of XL7-TV, by the Federal Communications Commission has resulted in a $60,000 civil penalty after the media company was found to have misled viewers not only through its daily advertising practices but through an election advertising scheme created by “The Morning Show” hosts Bob Recktenwald and Scooter…
XL7-TV potentially under FCC investigation for political advertising package
The hosts of XL7-TV’s “The Morning Show” may have landed Mountain Home’s local TV station in hot water with the FCC after approaching political candidates about purchasing a $1,500 advertising package to appear on television during the lead-up to last month’s elections. The political advertising package, which was allegedly created between March 14 through March…
Friends of the Baxter County Library to host virtual interview with ‘Chasing Coral’s’ Zack Rago
The Donald W. Reynolds Library will host a screening of the documentary Chasing Coral, then visit with the film’s director Zack Rago at 5:30pm as a part of the Libraries Oceans of Possibilities series. Between 2014-2017, Chasing Coral captured the most severe bleaching event in recorded history, during which 75% of corals suffered or died…

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