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FCC Fireworks: Sinclair-Tribune Front & Center at Commission Meeting

Democratic senators want FCC chmn Ajit Pai recused from all actions related to the Sinclair-Tribune merger until the IG's office can launch an investigation

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Effros: Regulatory Epiphany

Steve Effros investigates the regulatory pressures that make perhaps the most simple Department of Justice decisions a bit more complicated.

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New Disclosure Rules for Online Political Ads

With claims of Russia’s attempted influence on the 2016 presidential election top of mind, a group of 15 Democratic senators have asked the Federal Election Commission to apply the same disclosure rules to online political ads that TV and radio political ads face.

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Pai Accused of Improper Action With Sinclair-Tribune

The latest plot twist has House Commerce ranking member Frank Pallone (D-NJ) and Oversight subcmte ranking member Elijah Cummings (D-MD) asking the FCC inspector general to launch an investigation into whether chmn Ajit Pai has taken improper action to benefit Sinclair and assist with its $3.9bln purchase of Tribune.

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FCC: Pai Calls Out Critics of ATSC 3.0 at Reason Media Awards

FCC chmn Ajit Pai said critics were stifling innovation during his Reason Media Awards keynote amidst concerns on the vote to allow ATSC 3.0 implementation.

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ATSC 3.0: Plenty of Heat Ahead of Next Week’s Vote

The FCC doesn’t vote on the Next Generation TV broadcast standard, or ATSC 3.0, until Thursday, but the fireworks already have started.

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Liberty Gets GCI Greenlight

The FCC has concluded there are no potential harms associated with the various application transfers involved in Liberty Interactive ’s $1.12bln deal to acquire the Alaskan telecom provider.

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AT&T Will Not Sell CNN For Time Warner Deal

AT&T will not sell CNN, nor will it divest something larger to get the Time Warner deal done.
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