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FCC Changes in Rules on Computation of Foreign Ownership of Broadcast Stations Now Effective

Last year, the FCC made some modifications in its assessment of foreign ownership of companies with broadcast interests, relaxing some of their compliance rules to take account of the realities of the current public stock trading marketplace – realities that, using the FCC’s old policies, made determinations of the level of foreign ownership in any company difficult. We wrote about the changes made by the FCC here . Those rules became effective yesterday, when the approval of the changes by the Office of Management and cheap viagra order online Budget under the Paperwork Reduction Act was published in the Federal Register . As we wrote here , the FCC has already referred to these new rules in assessing and approving broadcast ownership in excess of 25% of several broadcast companies


Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour Nears $200 Million in Earnings

The first box office counts have been reported from Justin Bieber’s second year on the road with the Purpose World Tour. Revenue from the first…


Ed Sheeran Completes Another Chart Double Down Under

Ed Sheeran maintains his tight grip on Australia’s charts as the Englishman logs an 11th consecutive week atop the national singles survey and…

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