Too Hot to Handle
By Staff -- Broadcasting & Cable, 11/5/2000 7:00:00 PM
Major party candidates, apparently fearing a backlash from public broadcasting devotees and key lawmakers, have made virtually no use of government rules requiring noncommercial stations to give free airtime to candidates since the opportunity gained nationwide coverage two weeks ago.
The same can't be said for the candidates with nothing to lose, however. Public stations across the country have received numerous requests for time from Patrick Buchanan, Ralph Nader and the likes of Lyndon Larouche.
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