Gray attempted to block the injunction by arguing that his measures were necessary to comply with the FCC`s prohibition on joint sales contracts, but was dismissed.   Media General regained control of WAGT on March 7, 2016.  On March 6, 2014, the FCC announced that it would hold a vote on March 31 on a proposal to completely ban joint sales contracts with television channels, making them attributable to FCC ownership restrictions if the primary partner sold 15% or more of the advertising time of a competing junior partner channel to the JSA; the prohibition applies both to existing sharing agreements under such a structure and to ongoing transactions of stations involving an AAH. Station owners would have an additional period of two years to conclude or amend joint sales contracts in breach of the Directive. Coordinated negotiations to allow retransmission between two of the four most listed stations in a single market would also be excluded by the proposal. An agreement derogating from the provisions of a collective agreement is only possible if the collective agreement, by way of derogation from the collective agreement, expressly authorises or approves a local agreement in a given case or when it is a question of how to apply a specific provision of the collective agreement in the workplace. . . .