Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan., is urging the FCC to bring the media ownership proceeding to a close quickly. In particular, he stated in a letter to Chairman Michael Powell, he’s “troubled” by the length of time the cable/broadcast cross-ownership rule and the national TV ownership rule have been open (since 1998). Powell has said he hopes to have the ownership review completed and new rules out in late spring.
Workbench: This Adapter Simplifies AES Connections
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iHeart Says Lifting FM Subcaps Could Devastate AM Band
It thinks NAB proposal to substantially deregulate FM would be harmful
Latest Data Confirms Underrepresentation, Rosenworcel Says
FCC releases latest ownership data by gender, race and ethnicity.
Former FCC Chairs Give Support to Diversity Certificate
“The greatest barrier to diversity is access to capital”
Give Us Subcap Relief, Broadcasters Again Tell FCC
In some markets, one owner could own all the stations