Regulators will consider changing requirements for TV stations to carry children’s programming after broadcasters asked for relief from the rules, which were set before the internet offered a proliferation of video for youths.

The Federal Communications Commission will begin to review rules on children’s programming at its July 12 meeting, agency Chairman Ajit Pai, an appointee of President Donald Trump, said in a blog post Wednesday. Changes wouldn’t be final until a second vote that has yet to be scheduled.

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