Newspaper-television station cross-ownership: options for federal action

by Walter S Baer

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Statement[by] Walter S. Baer, Henry Geller [and] Joseph A. Grundfest
SeriesRand Corporation. Rand report -- R-1585-MF, R (Rand Corporation) -- R-1585-MF
ContributionsGeller, Henry., Grundfest, Joseph A.
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Paginationix, 55 p.
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Newspaper-television cross-ownership remains a contentious issue. Currently prohibited, it refers to the “common ownership of a full-service broadcast station and a daily newspaper when the broadcast station’s area of coverage (or ‘contour’ as it is known in the industry) encompasses the.

Among the ownership rules which will be reviewed are the daily newspaper-television station and cable system-television station cross-ownership prohibitions. Warner Bros. cannot at this time predict the effect on its television businesses of the passage of the Telecommunications Act and the changes, or proposed changes, to the FCC rules.

Under this approach, a request for waiver of the newspaper/television cross-ownership prohibition would be entitled to a presumption that it is consistent with the public interest, convenience, and necessity to allow an entity to own, operate, or control one daily newspaper and one full-power television station in a top Nielsen Start Printed.

As a result of the Third Circuit’s action, the FCC’s rule on local newspaper/television combinations is currently in effect, pending further action by the FCC. The rule prohibits common ownership of a full-service broadcast television station and a daily newspaper if the newspaper’s city of publication is completely encompassed.

The policies and rules of the Federal Communications Commission (the “FCC”) permit certain joint ownership and joint operation of local stations. The Third Circuit had stayed implementation of the December changes to the newspaper/television cross-ownership ban, but the stay was lifted on Maand accordingly the changes.

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Part III incorporates information by reference from the proxy. Newspaper-television cross-ownership remains a contentious issue. Currently prohibited, it refers to the "common ownership of a full-service broadcast station and a daily newspaper when the broadcast station's area of coverage (or "contour") encompasses the newspaper's city of publication".

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The other two rules center around national markets. First, there is. As of Jwhich was the last business day of the registrant's most recently completed second fiscal quarter, the market value of the shares of CBS Corporation Class A Common Stock, $0. Station WNCT-TV, Greenville, North Carolina, the CBS affiliate in the Greenville-New Bern-Washington DMA (DMA 99), is another example in this category WNCT’s four-book average shows that duplication from a significantly viewed adjacent market station.

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