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Communications Cross-Ownership Act of 1980

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.

Communications Cross-Ownership Act of 1980

report (to accompany H.R. 6228).

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Federal Communications Commission,
  • Mass media -- Law and legislation -- United States.,
  • Corporate divestiture -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesReport / 96th Congress, 2d session, Senate -- no. 96-1055
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. ;
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17070650M

    • Modification of the cross-ownership rule was a small step in the right direction, but the FCC should have repealed it altogether, leaving the protection of choice and competition to well-established antitrust laws. Talking Points No. May 6, The FCC’s Cross-Ownership Rule: Turning the Page on Media James L. Gattuso. Study 90 Mass Media Law Test 3 flashcards from Lauren B. on StudyBlue.

    This is part of the challenge faced by CCK today when it deals with issues of cross-ownership. Because the Communications Act of largely addressed broadcasting issues, it was seen as responding to the needs of traditional broadcast media rather than those . Jun 27,  · Robert McChesney's The Political Economy of Media (Part II) - by Stephen Lendman McChesney's book is a compilation of his best political economy of media work in the past two decades.

    inclusion in Federal Communications Law Journal by an authorized administrator of Digital Repository @ Maurer Law. For more information, please [email protected] Recommended Citation Sturm, John F. () "Time for Change on Media Cross-Ownership Regulation,"Federal Communications Law Journal: Vol. Iss. 2, Article 6. general public are well informed of Ownership Interests, Cross- ownership and the plurality of views in the Broadcasting sector in The Gambia. These Guidelines have the following objectives: I. to fulfill the purpose of Section (e) of the Information & Communications Act, II.


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Communications Cross-Ownership Act of 1980 by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Communications Cross-ownership Act of report together with dissenting, minority, and additional views (to accompany H.R. ) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office). Media cross-ownership is the common ownership of multiple media sources by a single person or corporate entity.

Media sources can include broadcast and cable television, film, radio, newspaper, magazine, book publishing, music, video games, and various online entities. Communications Cross-ownership Act of report together with dissenting, minority, and additional views (to accompany H.R.

) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office) []. Telecommunications Act directed the FCC to continually review all ownership rules. On September 13,the commission initiated a review of the newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership ban, asking, among other questions, whether the rule continues to be necessary to protect a.

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Add one. Alternative names. United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. United States Congress. House. Committee on. On June 24,the Third Circuit issued a page decision that said the FCC could not put its proposed rule changes into effect. (See F.3d ) The court's decision keeps the ban on cross-ownership in place.

A PRIMER ON DOCKET NUMBER THE NEW FCC CROSS-OWNERSHIP RULES The communications industry, previously relatively un-touched by federal antitrust activity, has come under direct attack from the FCC recently as a result of the adoption of Multiple Ownership of Standard, FM and Television Broad.

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How did the Communications Act of affect radio broadcasting. Oct 20,  · In that vein, it is long overdue for the Commission to properly and sufficiently reconsider its media ownership rules. For nearly a decade now, the Commission has failed to adequately complete the statutorily-mandated Quadrennial Review of its media ownership rules.

As a reminder, this is not optional. Nov 20,  · FCC Modernizes Broadcast Ownership Rules. of the Commission's Broadcast Ownership Rules and Other Rules Adopted Pursuant to Section of the Telecommunications Act of et.

al; Document Type(s): Order on Reconsideration, Federal Communications Commission. JAN - 2 TO03 In the Matter of 1 of the Commission's Broadcast Ownership Rules and Other Rules Adopted Pursuant to Section of the Telecommunications Act of Cross-Ownership of Broadcast Stations David Pritchard, Chair, Department of Journalism and Mass Communications, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, The Expansion ofDivevsity.

May 06,  · The FCC's Cross-Ownership Rule: Turning the Page on Media Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation. Communications Commission, Cross-Ownership of. Empires of Entertainment: Media Industries and the Politics of Deregulation, Rutgers University Press, It was the fi rst major reform of the Communications Act of Broadcast network/cable system cross-ownership rulesCited by: Book Review of.

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In addition to antitrust regulation, many media mergers and acquisitions are subject to regulations from the Federal Communications Commission. Are FCC rules on media ownership still necessary in today’s world.

Inthe Federal Communications Commission relaxed its rules on ownership of media outlets. A storm of protest followed. Cross-ownership definition is - single ownership of two or more related businesses (such as a newspaper and a television station) that allows the owner to control competition.

(c) Prohibition on purchase of securities knowingly resulting in cross-ownership or circular ownership No registered investment company shall purchase any voting security if, to the knowledge of such registered company, cross-ownership or circular ownership exists, or after such acquisition will exist, between such registered company and the issuer of such security.

Inthe Federal Communications Commission initiated the newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership rule, which barred a single company from owning a newspaper and a broadcast station in the same market.

With intense pressure from media conglomerates, the FCC is now considering a revision or elimination of the cross-ownership dirkbraeckmanvenice2017.com: Douglas Gomery.late cable and adapt this new communications technology and civic resource.1 The Sloan commission primarily advocated for a more deregulatory approach toward the new medium, often in the name of “the public interest.” While the Sloan Commission recognized that cable was beginning to be perceived of as “a 1 – Film versus CableCited by: The Federal Communications Commission overturned a decades-old rule last week that prohibited common ownership of a television or radio station and a daily newspaper in the same city.

At a time when newspapers are hemorrhaging money and the broadcast news business is shrinking, the FCC argued, the so-called cross-ownership ban had become obsolete, and was standing in the way of possible joint.