Washington watch

Stern, Chris
February 1996
Broadcasting & Cable;2/26/96, Vol. 126 Issue 9, p23
Reports that Representatives Billy Tauzin and Mike Oxley who are vying for the position of House Telecommunications Subcommittee chairman will attended a forum sponsored by `Newsweek' and Bell Atlantic. Information on The Freedom of Expression Foundation; What Time Warner wants Federal Communications Commission to acquire; More.


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