Do you own a TV? Listen to radio?
Congratulations. That means you’ve probably seen or heard something in recent weeks that makes you angry.
The Federal Communications Commission exists in part so TV viewers and radio listeners can complain to it. Many of these grievances are legitimate. Some are … less so. Here’s what The Incline found out about Pittsburgh from looking at recent submissions.
Pittsburgh doesn’t complain a lot
Through the Freedom of Information Act, The Incline requested all FCC complaints between Jan. 1, 2015 and Sept. 20, 2016 regarding KDKA, WTAE, WPXI, WQED, WINP, WPCW, WPMY, WPCB and WPGH.
This turned up just 23 documents. Twenty three!
Complain more (the FCC redacts complainants’ names, so there’s no need for concern), and stay tuned for part two: the presidential debates edition.