Excerpts from this story referencing "Time Warner":
"… ributions and sponsorships from network neutrality foes including Verizon, Time Warner, and the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, according to M …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Federal Communications Commission":
"… to stay viable, or they don’t and they need to sell out,” he said. …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "spokesman":
"… an make to the FCC.” T-Mobile and Verizon declined to comment. AT&T spokesman Michael Balmoris declined to comment on Verveer’s statements but reitera …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Congress":
"… ket, respectively, according to the report. Competition or revenue? When Congress ordered the FCC in 2012 to hold the spectrum auction, the goals were to in …"
"… $2.8 million in 2013. The spending pays for lobbyists to visit members of Congress, or to urge them to call or write the agency. Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., …"
"… bert Latta from Ohio, received among the largest campaign contributions in Congress from AT&T’s and Verizon’s PACs for the 2012 elections — a total …"
"… ary of commerce in the Clinton administration and a former director of the Congressional Budget Office, Congress’ economic research arm — published a  …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "American Association for the Advancement of Science":
"… d for a 2012 project documenting the resurgence of black lung disease, the American Association for the Advancement of Science announced this week. The stories — produced online by Center reporter C …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "oil":
"… the top sponsors of judicial travel are some of the world’s largest oil and pharmaceutical companies and a relatively small number of right-wing, …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Kristen Lombardi":
"… laboration with the Center for Public Integrity’s lead project reporter, Kristen Lombardi. NPR’s investigative team included Susanne Reber and Robert Benincasa; t …"
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 "San Francisco":
"… on was fined was for an Oct. 4, 2002, morning news broadcast on KRON-TV in San Francisco, owned by Young Broadcasting. The FCC issued a $27,500 fine when one of th …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "United States":
"… ast companies own far more radio stations in individual markets across the United States than was intended by Congress, despite years of warnings by the FCC's own …"
"… ons.But those limits have been far exceeded in dozens of cities across the United States, according to a new Center for Public Integrity study (Please see "Big Rad …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Clear Channel Communications Inc.":
"… and medium-sized markets and not in large cities, with broadcast leviathan Clear Channel Communications Inc. by far the most dominant player in America's heartland, according to a new …"