FCC tunes out newspapers

August 1999
Editor & Publisher;08/28/99, Vol. 132 Issue 35, p20
Trade Publication
Reports on the competition among broadcasters in the United States to buy a second television station and more radio outlets in their existing markets. US Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) revision of its local broadcast-ownership rules; Cross-ownership rule banning newspapers from owning a broadcast outlet in the same market; Competition between broadcast and cable television.


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