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During the National Association of Broadcasters Convention held September 20-23, protesters march to Clear Channel Communications, a broadcasting conglomerate that owns 1,009 national radio and television stations. Media Alliance, Prometheus Radio Project, and Project Censored are some of the organizations that put on the three-day rally. Since passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, the radio industry has become less and less competitive.

For more information, call Prometheus Radio Project at (215) 476-2385, or visit its web site at www.prometheus. tao.ca.
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Publication:The Progressive
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Date:Dec 1, 2000
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