President Obama’s prime time press conference will air on one fewer channel this week.
Fox is “sticking with its regular schedule” on Wednesday night, The Associated Press reports, marking “the first time a broadcast network has refused Obama’s request” for airtime.
The press conference, scheduled for 8 p.m. Wednesday, will be Mr. Obama’s third of the year. It will mark his first 100 days in office. ABC, CBS and NBC, along with a multitude of cable networks, will carry the press conference live.
Maybe its time to look at the government issued licenses that Fox uses to air their programming over the public-owned airwaves.