Excerpts from this story referencing "Communication":
"… ntributed to this report. …"
"… f dollars his group had received from CBS Corp., radio giant Clear Channel Communications Inc., Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. and the National Association of Broadca …"
"… n-profit MMTC began accepting donated broadcast properties. In 2008, Mega Communications, a Spanish radio network owned by New York art collector Adam Lindemann, …"
"… old the station for $1.15 million last year to Christian broadcaster Salem Communications. In 2010, Trinity Broadcasting Network donated 147 low-power television …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "America":
"… y Chairman Tom Wheeler before the vote. “To promote competition in rural America, carriers must have access to low-band spectrum. We want to make sure ther …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Washington":
"… ons,” Verveer was quoted as saying at a telecommunications conference in Washington. “We're going to be very close or perhaps even have met them by the time …"
"… s. The top four wireless carriers are waging a high-stakes lobbying war in Washington, each trying to convince the FCC to write auction rules favorable to their …"
"… senior policy director for telecommunications at Medley Global Advisors in Washington, D.C. But the two big carriers’ argument won’t be completely undermin …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Congressional Budget Office":
"… ary of commerce in the Clinton administration and a former director of the Congressional Budget Office, Congress’ economic research arm — published a study in Apri …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Broadcasting":
"… orcement in every major category. [See "2004 Broke all Records on Indecent Broadcasting"]The pause is no doubt related to regime change and two vacancies on the F …"
"… nt of all proposed fines since 2000, the Center found.Viacom, owner of CBS Broadcasting Inc. and Infinity Broadcasting Corp., is the second-largest television sta …"
"… 2000, the Center found.Viacom, owner of CBS Broadcasting Inc. and Infinity Broadcasting Corp., is the second-largest television station owner and second-largest r …"
"… settlement, eclipsing the previous mark of $1.71 million paid by Infinity Broadcasting (now part of Viacom Inc.) in 1995 for shows involving Stern in the early 1 …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "cellular telephone":
"… n has rights may potentially have tremendous value for other uses, such as cellular telephone service and data transmission.According to Greg Herman, president of the C …"
"… ecome more and more crowded. In addition to television and radio stations, cellular telephone companies—with more than 160 million customers—are all fighting for li …"
"… censes profitable he'll need a financial angel, possibly in the guise of a cellular telephone company. "Hopefully," he said, "there's going to be someone who needs my c …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Wall Street Journal":
"… s never been shy about his reasons for backing Stern. In 1992, he told the Wall Street Journal, "The format of choice at Infinity is the one that has the largest cash fl …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Center for Public Integrity":
"… exceeded in dozens of cities across the United States, according to a new Center for Public Integrity study (Please see "Big Radio Rules in Small Markets") and other sources. A …"