New York, UNITED STATES: An electronic news ticker above a sign at the Fox News Channel television studios in the parent News Corporation building, 05 October 2006, in New York. (STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images) New York, UNITED STATES: An electronic news ticker above a sign at the Fox News Channel television studios in the parent News Corporation building, 05 October 2006, in New York. (STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)  

Should Fox be banned? Group says ‘yes’

Correction: The previously available video asserted that CREW is seeking to ban Fox News Channel by way of the FCC. That is incorrect. CREW’s letter to FCC Chairman Genachowski is seeking the revocation of 27 Fox broadcast licenses, which would not include cable entities, like Fox News Channel. We regret the error.

This month, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics (CREW) wrote to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski asking him to revoke the broadcasting licenses of Rupert Murdoch. A ban would include any and all news organizations affiliated with Murdoch’s umbrella organization, News Corp, which owns Fox News.

But is CREW representing the public interest? The Daily Caller has been out on the street to ask Americans what they thought about a world without Fox News.