Frank Wright, president of the National Religious Broadcasters, assailed a "public-value test," as proposed by an FCC commissioner, as "the 'Fairness Doctrine' in a dress." (Mark A. Kellner/The Washington Times)

Frank Wright, president of the National Religious Broadcasters, assailed a "public-value test," as proposed by an FCC commissioner, as "the 'Fairness Doctrine' in a dress." (Mark A. Kellner/The Washington Times)