Broadcast lobbyist: 'What Google wants, Google gets'

Google's (NASDAQ: GOOG) increased lobbying influence in Washington, particularly in matters relating to telecom, is attracting attention. And lobbyists are starting to grumble a little more loudly these days.

"It seems that whatever Google wants, Google gets from [the FCC]," an unnamed broadcast industry lobbyist told TV News Check.

"What's frustrating is this gut reaction among regulators that if Google says something, it's good, but if a traditional media company says something, it's questionable," added another broadcast industry source.

You can read the full TV News Check story here

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