There is not anything written in the constitution that says the government must set rules for radio stations that require radio stations to allow a "balance view " of political opinions. I also want to add that their isn't anything constitutional about the government forming a communications department like the FCC that oversees and regulates the used of a radio spectrum and telecommunications , but I will only focus on discussing the Fairness Doctrine. The Fairness Doctrine is unconstitutional to me because it tells radio producers the amount of content you are allowed to play on the radio. That imposition violates the First amendment , plain and simple. If most radio listeners want to hear one political perspective more often than a different political perspective, then the radio producer or radio host should air the political perspective most favored by his audience. Pepsi is more of a popular soft drink than Coca Cola, but should congress intervene and write a law that says 50 % of the citizens must by Pepsi and the other half be require to buy coke simply because makes up the majority of soft drink revenues in the country ? I think not and the same logic should apply to radio.