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  1. FCC Starts Comment Period on Liberty Media Request to Take Control of Sirius XM

    3:00 am 10/3/2012

    Meanwhile, an investor meeting next week will include updates from Liberty top executives and Sirius CEO Mel Karmazin whose future has been in doubt.Read more

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  2. Regulators Agree to Approve Wireless Deal Between Comcast, Verizon, Others

    8:30 am 8/16/2012

    The FCC and Justice Department plan to give the green light for the $3.9 billion pact. Read more

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  3. Butts, Balls and the C-Word: What You Can and Can't Say on TV

    8:00 am 7/19/2012

    A bare behind costs $1.4 million and the F- and S- words are off-limits (but only sometimes): welcome to the confusing world of FCC regulations.Read more

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  4. Supreme Court Declines to Review Broadcast Indecency, Media Cross-Ownership

    8:25 am 6/29/2012

    Broadcasters win Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction" dispute but won't get a further review from the high court on media-ownership restrictions.Read more

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  5. Cable Industry Cheers FCC Vote to End 'Viewability Rule'

    7:32 am 6/12/2012

    Cable TV operators only have to ensure analog TV subs get access to must-carry broadcast TV signals without payment for a digital converter for another six months. Read more

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  6. Cable Show 2012: NCTA President Praises FCC's Broadband Campaign

    8:33 am 5/22/2012

    Michael Powell lobs softball questions at Federal Communications Commission chairman Julius Genochowski.Read more

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  7. NAB 2012: FCC Chairman Does Hard Sell to Broadcasters on Spectrum Auction

    8:15 pm 4/16/2012

    Julius Genachowski tells a resistant audience that it can mean millions for TV stations and pushes them to make ad files available online.Read more

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  8. Will the Supreme Court Finally Lift Ban on 'Seven Dirty Words' You Can't Say on TV? (Analysis)

    12:44 pm 1/9/2012

    In a Tuesday hearing before the high court, broadcasters make the argument that regulatory policy on swear words is a constitutional impingement of free speech.Read more

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  9. FCC Moves to Ease Media Cross-Ownership Rule in Big Markets

    5:22 am 12/23/2011

    Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. and Tribune Co. are seen as beneficiaries of a rule change proposed by the agency led by Julius Genachowski.Read more

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  10. FCC Judge Sides With Tennis Channel in Comcast Carriage Dispute

    1:44 pm 12/20/2011

    "We respectfully disagree with the initial decision" of an administrative law judge at the FCC, a representative of the cable giant said. Read more

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