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January Regulatory Dates for Broadcasters: What to Know. Dec 31, 2020 669
Australia Outlines Laws To Make Google, Facebook Pay For News. Dec 9, 2020 267
UK Regulator Calls For Huge Reform To Save Public Service Broadcasting. Dec 8, 2020 506
Russia says U.S. overreaching itself in anti-doping bill. Nov 18, 2020 326
SC approves PBA appeal for hearing. Nov 14, 2020 271
Pope on civil unions? It's complicated. Mcelwee, Joshua J.; White, Christopher Nov 13, 2020 1544
UK PM To Pursue Controversial Brexit Bill Despite Joe Biden Warning. Nov 9, 2020 593
IHC seeks PEMRA reply on issuance of more TV licences. SHAHID RAO Oct 2, 2020 425
Thoughts On Pro Sixth Amendment. Sep 16, 2020 1473
Duterte signs 9 new laws. Aug 25, 2020 469
Taiwan to bar local distributors from representing Chinese OTT services. Aug 20, 2020 337
Franchises of 2 broadcast firms renewed. Aug 5, 2020 411
FG Unveils Reviewed Broadcasting Code, Hails Antitrust Provision. Aug 4, 2020 581
MINISTER UNVEILS REVIEWED BROADCASTING CODE. Aug 4, 2020 532
Duterte gives Zamboanga broadcasting company another 25 years to operate. Jun 29, 2020 332
PERIOD WITHIN WHICH OPERATORS CAN REREGISTER PROGRAM SERVICES THEY REBROADCAST EXTENDED FROM 60 TO 150 DAYS. Jun 23, 2020 186
FCC Moves Forward With 'Broadcast Internet' Ruling. Jun 9, 2020 396
Churches ordered to broadcast their services online. Apr 24, 2020 416
Bid to make sure 2022 Commonwealth Games airs on free TV rejected. JONATHAN WALKER Political Editor jonathan.walker@reachplc.com Mar 18, 2020 491
Nigeria bans exclusive sports broadcasting rights. Staff Reporter Jan 15, 2020 114
Pass Media Workers' Welfare Act now PCOO chief. Dec 21, 2019 324
Are selfies allowed at polling stations and do you vote with a pen or pencil? Dec 12, 2019 491
Netflix, 600 media houses apply for licenses under Turkey's e-broadcasting rules. Sep 3, 2019 160
Crime on our streets beamed to our homes; Broadcasters must stop making violence and bloodshed look so glamorous. Aug 23, 2019 914
Crime on our streets beamed to our homes; Broadcasters must stop making violence and bloodshed look so glamorous. Aug 23, 2019 914
Outdoor community radios thrive despite ban by UCC. Jul 30, 2019 1210
Audiovisual Media Commission invites media for obtaining permits to cover Hajj this year, 1440 AH. Jul 30, 2019 133
Ofcom bids to bolster TV amid streaming surge. Jul 5, 2019 256
Canadian Grocer Fined For Opening On Good Friday. Jul 1, 2019 179
AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF IRANIAN PRESS (1979-2004). Jun 30, 2019 6896
ABS-CBN: We can't comment on speculations about franchise renewal. Jun 13, 2019 378
Justice Dept. to formally review music-licensing rules, WSJ reports. Jun 5, 2019 108
No ads on foreign channels from July. May 17, 2019 707
NAB Hears Coalition For Transparency Concerns. May 9, 2019 604
Supreme Council for Media Regulation warns against improper ads in Ramadan. Apr 28, 2019 281
COMELEC asked to postpone sign language, close captioning requirements. Feb 24, 2019 240
5 MINUTE BRIEFING. Oct 3, 2018 351
Google releases special edition Doodle as part of birthday celebrations; The internet firm has been marking the anniversary throughout September. Sep 27, 2018 462
Canadian Bishops Issue Strict Media Rules. Brief article Sep 22, 2018 143
Taiwanese banned from hosting radio and TV shows in China. Sep 22, 2018 297
Let's looks at obesity, bad driving and policing cuts... Aug 6, 2018 260
EU lawmakers vote against tough line on copyright reform. Jul 5, 2018 450
Is it illegal to broadcast World Cup matches at 'mamak' shops? Here's what the law says. Jun 17, 2018 525
Senate renews franchises of 4 broadcast firms. May 28, 2018 311
Facebook lets advertisers target users with sensitive interests, Guardian says. May 17, 2018 134
Telecommunications Regulatory Authority Emphasizes Need for Events and Rental Companies to Align With UAE's Spectrum Regulations. May 1, 2018 631
Following adoption of broadcasting law in Turkmenistan, OSCE representative Desir presents legal review, calls for improvements to the media situation. Mar 28, 2018 235
House Passes Omnibus Bill Including Repack Cash. Mar 22, 2018 495
House Moves Forward With Additional Repack Funding. Mar 6, 2018 508
Tanzania bans 2 Diamond Platnumz songs. Mar 2, 2018 329
NSE seeks legislative backup to supervise, apprehend contractors with substandard materials. Feb 24, 2018 310
Former journalist to contest for NC from T/yangtse. Jan 20, 2018 339
Silence is prelude to dictatorship. Jan 17, 2018 738
Midnight marriages usher in Australia's same-sex wedding laws. Jan 9, 2018 314
Minister dismisses concerns over Macron's fake news law plan. Jan 9, 2018 498
Iran Complains to Ofcom over UK Media Propaganda on Recent Unrests. Jan 5, 2018 853
MPs' call to axe Wales Office. Sep 6, 2017 262
Strategy for grand national dialogue to be finalized in week: Daniyal. Aug 23, 2017 507
Clear privacy rules needed for audience measurement. Aug 1, 2017 221
NAB Asks FCC For Maximum Next Gen Flexibility. Jun 13, 2017 357
No comprise on national interest that demages image of Pakistan: Nisar. May 23, 2017 436
No comprise on national interest that damages image of Pakistan: Nisar. May 23, 2017 432
The freedom and independence of public service media in Europe: International standards and their domestic implementation. Psychogiopoulou, Evangelia; Anagnostou, Dia; Smith, Rachael Craufurd; Stolte, Yolande Essay May 1, 2017 9287
Security Concerns in Iraq Increase Media Regulation. Jan 22, 2017 833
Live news with drones. Dec 24, 2016 615
NAB To FCC: Reevaluate Your Media Ownership Regulations. Dec 2, 2016 1048
FCC to Speed Review of Overseas Financed Deals. Jun 25, 2016 135
New media laws to affect TV biz in Hungary, Poland. Baxter, Ethan J. Jun 1, 2016 1536
An accessibility directive and upgraded Indian libraries. Charlton, John May 1, 2016 1128
Broadcasters gear up for spectrum auction. Johnson, Ted Mar 29, 2016 1052
House Passes Alerting Improvement. Mar 22, 2016 200
Artists frustrated by Germany's efforts to boost their intellectual property rights. Mar 16, 2016 596
JYJ law passed by Korea's National Assembly. Dec 4, 2015 381
Protecting political speech and broadcasters from unnecessary disclosure: why the FCC should not expand sponsorship identification requirements for political issue ads. Rohn, Shannon Dec 1, 2015 11033
Sending a message: The Australian's reporting of media policy. Young, Sally Nov 1, 2015 6133
FCC Expands Wireless Mic Access. Aug 6, 2015 230
FCC Adopts Relaxed CSA Rules. Jun 13, 2015 258
"WNED-TV "designing Olmsted" program hypes so-called park "improvements". Hufnagel, James Apr 28, 2015 1141
Watchdog: State TV and telecom violating competition. Mar 18, 2015 253
S. Sudan's passed security bill continues generating debate. Oct 11, 2014 663
Viacom legal department tackles the challenges of entertainment law in a changing landscape. Oct 10, 2014 628
Unregistered foreign broadcasters could be banned in Kazakhstan. Sep 19, 2014 155
AEREO: Copyright law and cloud TV. Aug 24, 2014 1723
Official Gazette delays publication of election results. Aug 19, 2014 810
Israel Broadcasting Authority to close in 2015. Jul 31, 2014 404
Mexican Congress approves secondary laws to implement telecommunications reforms. Navarro, Carlos Jul 9, 2014 1690
Russia to ban ads on subscription cable networks. Jul 5, 2014 357
Mexico Senate committees approve telecom, broadcaster reform bill. Jul 5, 2014 371
U.S. international broadcasting: background and issues for reform. Weed, Matthew C. Report May 1, 2014 10204
Aereo's Kanojia on SCOTUS case: "Win or disappear". Mar 26, 2014 312
NAB responds to DOJ JSA filing. Mar 18, 2014 2088
Cyber laws needs to be implemented in Pakistan. Mar 14, 2014 157
NAB files amicus brief in Aereo case. Mar 4, 2014 3668
FCC rules target broadcasters with multiple stakes in a single location. Feb 26, 2014 346
PTC blasts Fox Broadcasting. Feb 18, 2014 325
Telecommunications regulator announces auction of television frequencies. Navarro, Carlos Jan 8, 2014 623
Caution call over changes to abuse law. Nov 5, 2013 169
RTUK, broadcasting, and the Middle East: regulating the transnational. Kaptan, Yesim; Karanfil, Gokcen Report Oct 1, 2013 8462
Mexican Senate approves telecom reform. Jul 15, 2013 235
Pub-TV: the ripple effect. Vivarelli, Nick Brief article Jun 18, 2013 209
Mexican Senate approves telecom reform. Jun 15, 2013 235
Genachowski's to-do list looms large. Bachman, Katy May 27, 2013 501
Mexico Congress Passes Sweeping Telecoms Bill. May 1, 2013 337
NEW SAUDI AUTHORITY FOR THE REGULATION OF AUDIO AND VISUAL MEDIA. Apr 1, 2013 818
Clubs 'will meet fair play rules'. Jan 14, 2013 266
Georgian Public Broadcaster Obliged to Popularise Integration into NATO and EU. Dec 18, 2012 148
My husband died like battery hen; MP complains over hospital care. Dec 5, 2012 530
India Opens Gates To Foreign Retailers, Broadcasters, Airlines Amid Slowing Economy. Sep 14, 2012 380
UK 'risks breaching international law' if it revokes Ecuador embassy's status to arrest Assange. Aug 16, 2012 207
Copyright Law issued. Jul 23, 2012 133
IAA President Signs Agreement with Noor-Sat Board Chairman. Jun 3, 2012 452
Media law in Denmark. Brief article Apr 1, 2012 117
Exporting the public value test; the regulation of public broadcasters' new media services across Europe. Book review Feb 1, 2012 139
MP Imanaliev claims President Atambaev intentionally withheld signed law on public service broadcaster. Jan 17, 2012 276
President Atambaev signs law on public service broadcaster. Jan 9, 2012 121
Parliament of Kyrgyzstan passes conciliated draft law on supervisory board of public service broadcaster. Nov 18, 2011 336
Ambika Soni urges Advertising Council to improve self-regulatory mechanism. Nov 17, 2011 325
High noon at the CRTC: new in town, players like Netflix pose a fundamental challenge to Canadian content regulations. Doyle, Simon Nov 1, 2011 2468
Parliament of Kyrgyzstan disapproves bill exempting local broadcasting companies from liability for "black PR" in rebroadcasted foreign programs. Sep 29, 2011 270
Algeria: Timid Political Reforms. Sep 17, 2011 511
'Support public broadcasters' independence'. Vujovic, Oliver Jun 10, 2011 380
Author of draft law on public service broadcaster agrees to keep current supervisory board of public service broadcaster until expiry of their term. May 24, 2011 235
AUDIOVISUAL POLICY : STATE AID APPROVED FOR DANISH PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTER TV2. Apr 21, 2011 276
Govt committed not to allow misuse of Blasphemy law: Wajid. Mar 4, 2011 271
Fairness doctrine: three votes from returning. Brief article Mar 1, 2011 263
MEDIA : KROES WELCOMES AMENDMENTS TO HUNGARY'S CONTROVERSIAL LAW. Feb 17, 2011 466
Media watchdog group calls for child pornography probe of MTV's 'Skins'. Jan 21, 2011 367
Changing paradigms in network neutrality and its effects on public sector broadcasting online services: Germany's case. Krone, Jan; Pellegrini, Tassilo Jan 1, 2011 6328
Government enforces new media law prior to Egypt's November elections. Oct 14, 2010 505
Gov't aims to complete digital convergence by 2015. Liu, Philip Oct 13, 2010 354
Any bid to impose swingeing cuts on S4C 'could be unlawful' 'CASEFORCHALLENGEON ANTI-DISCRIMINATIONBASIS'. Sep 2, 2010 562
AUDIOVISUAL POLICY : COMMISSION CLEARS FUNDING FOR FRANCE TELEVISIONS. Jul 22, 2010 541
Taiwan to boost digital convergence sector by easing industry restrictions. Liu, Ken Brief article Jul 13, 2010 238
AVMS DIRECTIVE: 12 STATES RECEIVE REASONED OPINION. Brief article Jun 28, 2010 143
BBC Pakistan to challenge ban on its radio services. Jun 8, 2010 264
South Sudan agrees to enact media law in the first parliamentary sittings. May 19, 2010 650
Ficci says self- regulation needed for broadcast boost. Mar 29, 2010 407
TURKEY - Mar 18 - Erdogan Threatens To Throw Out Armenians. Mar 20, 2010 298
Turkey PM says could deport up to 100,000 Armenians. Mar 18, 2010 539
Arab Information Ministers to hold extraordinary meeting next month. Dec 31, 2009 174
South Sudan minister avoids meeting with journalists over media bill. Dec 30, 2009 350
Minister seeks Kuwait House approval to monitor blogs. Dec 23, 2009 603
Broadcasting Board of Governors. Dec 1, 2009 310
Current issues concerning U.S. public diplomacy. Report Dec 1, 2009 10359
Interior Minister expects election be held at the end of March. Nov 30, 2009 175
BELGIUM'S MUST-CARRY' RULES. Brief article Oct 12, 2009 154
New Israeli TV Order Could Break Leftist TV Monopoly. Brief article Oct 11, 2009 85
Tighter press laws. Sep 1, 2009 216
A sliding scale for music bill. Brief article Aug 3, 2009 224
TERRESTRIAL BROADCASTING SERVICES : COMMISSION APPROVES REGULATION OF FRENCH MARKET. Jun 12, 2009 281
EU WARNS AZERBAIJAN OVER BROADCAST BAN. Brief article Jan 7, 2009 184
BUS DRIVERS DO NOT SPEED; Translink denies staff under pressure. Nov 14, 2008 435
YouTube ordered to release user data. Jul 10, 2008 578
No shit: FCC censorship fight. Sullum, Jacob Jul 1, 2008 368
EU expresses concerns over media law reinstating state control over national broadcasting company management. May 16, 2008 281
The temptation of media regulation: why not unbundle episodes or innings? Owen, Bruce M. Company overview Mar 22, 2008 3856
BROADCASTING : EU CLOSES AID INQUIRY INTO FLEMISH AND IRISH FINANCING REGIMES. Feb 28, 2008 550
Would Islamic law work here? ARCHBISHOP of Canterbury Rowan Williams provoked controversy when he suggested Islamic sharia law could be recognised, in part, by the UK. PAUL MCMILLAN looks at what it would mean and why there is little support for the idea. Feb 9, 2008 612
Sharia claims spark anger. Feb 8, 2008 179
British sharia idea slammed; Archbishop's comments condemned. Feb 8, 2008 564
'Sharia law' furore. Feb 8, 2008 174
AUDIOVISUAL : COMMISSION CLOSES ITS PROCEDURE AGAINST GREECE. Feb 4, 2008 242
Converging regulation for convergent media: an overview of the audiovisual media services directive. Geach, Neal Feb 1, 2008 10956
AUDIOVISUAL : ITALIAN SPECTRUM ALLOCATION SCHEME NOT COMPLIANT WITH EU LAW. Feb 1, 2008 422
Monkeywrench? U.S. Senate Panel Opposes FCC Plan to Give Tribune, Others, Waivers. Brief article Dec 4, 2007 142
On-demand TV creates a stir in the U.K. Ashling, Jim Oct 1, 2007 1584
RAILING AGAINST CISAC. Brief article Jul 13, 2007 167
Honorary degree for musician; EDUCATION. Jul 11, 2007 156
AUDIOVISUAL POLICY : EUROPEAN TVS STICK TO THEIR EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS. Jun 20, 2007 431
FCC media ownership rules: current status and issues for Congress. Goldfarb, Charles B. Report Jun 1, 2007 20337
The opportunities and challenges of the digital age: a blind user's perspective. Carey, Kevin Company overview Mar 22, 2007 7534
AUDIOVISUAL POLICY : MINISTERS PUT FINAL TOUCHES TO TVWF DIRECTIVE. Feb 14, 2007 632
MEDIA : EXPERTS RECOMMEND CO-REGULATION. Feb 7, 2007 446
TELEVISION WITHOUT FRONTIERS DIRECTIVE : EP BROADLY BACKS COUNCIL ON SHORT SPORTS CLIPS DOSSIER. Dec 15, 2006 461
EDUCATION, YOUTH AND CULTURE COUNCIL : TV WITHOUT FRONTIERS AND EDUCATION DOMINATE A BUSY AGENDA. Nov 10, 2006 655
COMPETITION/AUDIOVISUAL : GREECE URGED TO LIBERALISEaBROADCASTING SERVICES. Brief article Oct 17, 2006 257
FCC media ownership rules: current status and issues for congress. Goldfarb, Charles B. Aug 1, 2006 20296
AUDIOVISUAL POLICY : OUTCRY OVER PRODUCT PLACEMENT. Jun 20, 2006 605
Indecency fines to increase. Brief article Jun 2, 2006 157
FCC media ownership rules: current status and issues for Congress. Goldfarb, Charles B. Jun 1, 2006 20095
AUDIOVISUAL POLICY : ROUND 1 FOR MINISTERS, IN DEBATE ON FUTURE TV REGIME. May 22, 2006 939
SENATE APPROVES CONTROVERSIAL BROADCAST LAW. Apr 5, 2006 2205
Pervasive new media: indecency regulation and the end of the distinction between broadcast technology and subscription-based media. Bloom, Matthew Mar 22, 2006 8939
Pols give BBC its daily bread; but rivals find the terms hard to swallow. Clarke, Steve Mar 20, 2006 690
BBC's Persian language site blocked in Iran. Brief article Jan 25, 2006 202
INFORMATION SOCIETY: COMMISSIONER WARNS OF TOUGH DECISIONS AHEAD OVER MEDIA 2007 PRIORITES. Brief Article Nov 26, 2005 249
AUDIOVISUAL: COMMISSION ORDERS GERMAN BROADCASTERS TO REPAY DIGITAL TV SUBSIDIES. Brief Article Nov 11, 2005 207
Mexican senator wants new laws. Oct 1, 2005 175
MEPS KEEN TO KEEP BROADCASTING SECTOR REGULATED. Brief Article Jun 22, 2005 268
BROADCASTING: EU CLOSES AID INQUIRIES INTO FRENCH, ITALIAN AND SPANISH PUBLIC BROADCASTERS. Brief Article Apr 23, 2005 266
BROADCASTING: TWF DIRECTIVE MUST CHANGE TO COPE WITH NEW MEDIA - REDING. Brief Article Apr 23, 2005 278
Medium can't deliver message. Lowry, Brian Apr 18, 2005 883
Why the FCC may be S.O.L. Triplett, William Brief Article Apr 4, 2005 248
Putting Osama back in the bottle: a BBC documentary argues al-Qaeda is an all-too-convenient threat. Schroth, Raymond A. Apr 1, 2005 1338
EU Commission threatens to take Sweden to court over analogue TV monopoly - report. Brief Article Mar 22, 2005 128
SWEDISH BROADCASTING SERVICES MONOPOLY BREACHES EU RULES, SAYS BRUSSELS. Brief Article Mar 22, 2005 218
BROADCASTING: EU REGULATORS STEP UP CO-ORDINATION TO FIGHT HATE BROADCASTS. Brief Article Mar 19, 2005 287
Spotlight on media. Brief Article Feb 1, 2005 243
Canadian TV gets more ad time. Brief Article Jan 1, 2005 175
NBC, CBS reject church ads. Brief Article Dec 17, 2004 113
AUDIOVISUAL POLICY: FILM AND BROADCASTING INDUSTRY AMONG "VICTIMS" OF NEW SERVICES DIRECTIVE. Dec 15, 2004 514
Your records, please: the war on "indecency". Walker, Jesse Brief Article Oct 1, 2004 230
Straits of the arts. East, Kevin Sep 1, 2004 1129
The lessons of Rocco and Jeffrey. Marcovitz, Marshall Aug 1, 2004 1352
AUDIOVISUAL POLICY: BROADCASTING OF EUROPEAN WORKS UNDER TWF DIRECTIVE SATISFACTORY. Jul 31, 2004 341
Giant media monopolies hurt everyone. Saltzman, Joe Column Jul 1, 2004 1031
BROADCASTING: COMMISSION CLARIFIES RULES ON NEW FORMS OF ADVERTISING. Apr 28, 2004 424
Indecency breeds hypocrisy on Capitol Hill. Lowry, Brian Mar 22, 2004 1018
U.S. trade deal splits Oz producers, feevees. Groves, Don Feb 16, 2004 409
The FCC and media regulation. Dukes, Anthony J. Jan 1, 2004 1267
INFORMATION SOCIETY: REPORT ON THE PROTECTION OF MINORS AND HUMAN DIGNITY. Dec 17, 2003 875
Japan gets a yen to go digital: bows in cities, pols set 2011 analog cutoff. Schwarzacher, Lukas Dec 1, 2003 614
BROADCASTING: COMMISSION ALLOWS ITALIAN AND PORTUGUESE AID. Oct 18, 2003 368
Two new information resources from Pike & Fischer. Brief Article Oct 17, 2003 244
BROADCAST OWNERSHIP UNDER FIRE. Jul 14, 2003 740
SENATE ATTEMPTS TO REVERSE FCC RULINGS. Jun 23, 2003 348
Unique market blunts threat of FCC change. Holcombe, Carl D. Jun 16, 2003 2448
WILL OWNERSHIP RULES BE POLITICAL PAWN? Jun 9, 2003 446
FCC OWNER RULINGS DUE TODAY. Jun 2, 2003 442
FCC OWNER RULINGS DUE TODAY. Jun 2, 2003 442
Charter hits TV One's viewing figures. (New Zealand). Drinnan, John Brief Article Jun 2, 2003 161
HOW WILL FCC PAPER-TV RULING SHIFT THE MULTIMEDIA SCENE? U.S. Senate hears testimony indicating few changes on tap. May 26, 2003 640
A license for power. (Comment). Starr, Paul Editorial May 1, 2003 811
Bill bolsters mandate for pic support by TV. (Brit Boost). Dawtrey, Adam Brief Article Mar 3, 2003 215
FCC STILL PONDERING CROSS-OWNERSHIP. Mar 3, 2003 723
Avoiding slim reasoning and shady results: a proposal for indecency and obscenity regulation in radio and broadcast television. Rigney, Jacob T. Mar 1, 2003 13947
Powells push their agendas for FCC, Iraq. (Spin Cycle). McClintock, Pamela Brief Article Feb 10, 2003 299
Brit broadcaster stirs cauldron of profanity. (BBC Bewitched). Dawtrey, Adam Brief Article Feb 3, 2003 168
Good intentions, bad results: the FCC and the law of unintended negative consequences. Wiley, Richard E. Dec 1, 2002 851
Consolidation nation: there could be a lot of newspaper shuffling if the FCC drop its ban on cross ownership. (The Newspapers Business). Morton, John Nov 1, 2002 740
Government cuts airtime. (Breves). Gower, Matthew Brief Article Nov 1, 2002 127
MUSIC INDUSTRY: SIMULCASTING LICENCE AGREEMENTS GET EXEMPTION FROM EU COMPETITION RULES. Brief Article Oct 12, 2002 283
Politicos to mull raising foreign cap. (South Korea). Kim, Mi Hui Brief Article Aug 5, 2002 328
Nurse Reinvestment Act. Public Law. Aug 1, 2002 274
Turkish media law: in whose interests? After an all-night session, an exhaustive debate and several near punch-ups, Turkey's parliament has voted to go ahead with a controversial new law that removes barriers to prevent the unscrupulous manipulation of the stock market and also constitutes a serious attack on the freedom of the country's press. (Business & Finance). Gorvett, Jon Jul 1, 2002 1141
Could the Big Four become the Big Two? (D.C. Spin). McClintock, Pamela Brief Article Jun 24, 2002 526
CULTURE/AUDIOVISUAL COUNCIL: CULTURE 2000 AND TV DIRECTIVE TOP MAY 23 AGENDA. Brief Article May 22, 2002 471
H'wood may get to run Blighty b'caster. (U.K.). Clarke, Steve May 13, 2002 382
Goliath getting bigger. (Networks). Brief Article May 6, 2002 321
Caps Off? (Outtakes). Turner, Lance Brief Article Mar 4, 2002 130
D.C. decision may signal start of a selling season. Shields, Todd Feb 25, 2002 470
AUDIOVISUAL POLICY: REDING DISCUSSES BROADCASTING DIRECTIVE REVIEW WITH VIVENDI UNIVERSAL BOSS. Brief Article Feb 2, 2002 339
On cross ownership. Shields, Todd Brief Article Dec 17, 2001 344
Politicos mull nixing 2 licenses. (Peru). Chauvin, Lucien Brief Article Dec 10, 2001 272
Politicos to probe media owner rules. (Canada). Tillson, Tamsen Brief Article Nov 19, 2001 418
Gov't moves to fight off broadcast fraud. (Argentina). Newbery, Charles Brief Article Nov 19, 2001 149
Tauzin, McCain weigh in on b'cast cap limit. McClintock, Pamela Brief Article Sep 24, 2001 108
FCC WILL MOVE ON OWNERSHIP. Shields, Todd Brief Article Sep 17, 2001 133
NETS, AFFILS IN CAP SCRAP. McCLINTOCK, PAMELA Brief Article Sep 10, 2001 295
TELECOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL: PUSH FOR COMMON POSITION ON UNIVERSAL SERVICE. Brief Article Jun 27, 2001 589
FCC rules are gone. Now what? (Features). Kohler, Peter Jun 22, 2001 796
How Dirty Is That Word? KIRTLEY, JANE Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 742
Estate tax on death bed as Senate OKs tax relief. Shields, Todd Brief Article May 28, 2001 610
FCC frees Viacom to keep UPN. McCLINTOCK, PAMELA; GOLDSMITH, JILL Brief Article Apr 23, 2001 739
FCC cross-ownership ban at a crossroads. Shields, Todd Brief Article Apr 16, 2001 252
POWELL VOWS CAP REVIEW. McCLINTOCK, PAMELA Brief Article Apr 2, 2001 471
Right man in the right place. Shields, Todd Brief Article Mar 19, 2001 246
FCC ban repeal in striking range. Moses, Lucia Brief Article Jan 8, 2001 233
Three Kings (of Privacy). Moscou, James Biography Nov 27, 2000 1683
Signal Degradation. STARR, JEROLD M. Aug 14, 2000 2840
Philippine Public Relations: An Industry and Practitioner Profile. Panol, Zenaida Sarabia Jun 22, 2000 6583
GETTING THE WARNINGS TO THE HARD OF HEARING. Brief Article Jun 1, 2000 96
Clinton proposes analog b'caster fee. Stern, Christopher Brief Article Feb 14, 2000 193
Gov't eases BSkyB stand. Boehm, Erich Brief Article Jan 17, 2000 167
McCAIN SCRUTINY OVER BIZ TIES. STERN, CHRISTOPHER Brief Article Jan 10, 2000 501
My Two Cents. Brief Article Nov 1, 1999 815
VT4 Ltd. v. Vlaamse Gemeenschap: Court of Justice ruling heralds new age of European broadcast and advertising deregulation. Trammel, Keith Sep 22, 1999 5446
The key is market domination. Jose, Victor Apr 10, 1999 340
I want my satellite TV; the government's television grab. Lynch, Michael W. Apr 1, 1999 1752
Entertainment Execs Request Restrictions. Brief Article Apr 1, 1999 152
Supreme Court's Rulings Threaten FREE SPEECH. Wallace, Jonathan D. Mar 1, 1999 3204
Cross-ownership fight renewed. Childs, Kelvin Feb 20, 1999 762
End the cross-owner ban: Gannett CEO Curley calls it 'unfair' and 'out-of-date.'(limits on media company ownership of both newspapers and broadcast media; John Curley) Childs, Kelvin Jun 28, 1997 632
Feevee fracas in Oz. Woods, Mark Jun 23, 1997 564
Frank talk with Reed E. Hundt: the FCC chairman discusses the future, deregulation and new challenges. Interview Feb 1, 1997 1198
The struggle to broadcast in Kazakstan. Hickman, William; Hogdson, Jack Jan 1, 1997 575
Telecom act raises limits on radio ownership. Absher, Frank A. May 1, 1996 1152
Hungry California. Editorial Jun 17, 1995 230
PRO fairness doctrine; a practical solution for handling irresponsibility. Sohn, Gigi B. Mar 1, 1994 784
CON fairness doctrine; a bad idea just keeps going, going - wrong. Corn-Revere, Robert Mar 1, 1994 871
The reregulation ricochet. Brooks, Tim Mar 1, 1994 2328
Stop, don't shoot! A major producer of children's cartoons joins with NEA to reduce violence and promote positive values in children's television programming. Weiss, Stefanie Mar 1, 1994 508
Meeting tower light monitoring requirements: old rules, new penalties. May 1, 1992 818

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