The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission promised on Tuesday that the agency would look to cut media regulations.

During a speech at the National Association of Broadcasters’ convention in Las Vegas, Ajit Pai said that the FCC would vote at its May 18 meeting on a “comprehensive review” of the agency’s existing media regulations.

“Given the realities of today’s media marketplace, we need to see which rules are still necessary and which should be relaxed or repealed,” he said.

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