Answer: A. a TV station
The Federal Communications Commission is in charge of regulating interstate and international communications by television, radio, satellite, wire, and cable in all 50 states of the USA. The FCC in simpler terms deals with everything communication and information dissemination in the US. With TV stations being probably the most trusted carriers of information in society today, breaching the rules of the FCC means going against the accepted communication standards of the country by an enterprise capable of reaching a significantly large amount of people. With the primary goal of regulating the country’s communications networks according to “the public interest”, the FCC has substantial power over The United States media companies.