The Federal Communications Commission will hold an Open Meeting on the subject listed below on Monday, June 2, 2003, which is scheduled to commence at 9:30 a.m. in Room TW-C305, at 445 12th Street, S. W., Washington, D.C.
Congressional Minority Caucuses spoke out regarding the FCC's planned June 2 decision on media ownership rules, voicing concerns over the effect of media conglomeration on minority media ownership and programming diversity.
The presidents of the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists urged the Federal Communications Commission to postpone issuing new broadcast ownership regulations until it held more public hearings and studied the effects any changes will have
The Consumer Federation of America (CFA) and Consumers Union (CU) warned that the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) proposal to relax media ownership rules will lead to dramatic consolidation of the two most important sources of news for as many as 70 million households.
At a special May 27 meeting of the National Association of Broadcasters Television Board of Directors, the group strongly endorsed a two-part proposal calling for reform of TV ownership rules that recognize competitive challenges facing free, local, over-the-air TV stations.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Mel Martinez premiered HUD's new cutting edge, multimedia campaign designed to fight housing discrimination by showing the many faces of those persons protected by the nation's 35-year-old Fair Housing Act.
Orange and San Diego counties in California showed some of the largest gains in businesses, jobs and payrolls between 2000 and 2001, according to a report on business activity released today by the Commerce Department's Census Bureau.
With the deadline to file 2002 taxes less than one week away, a new survey conducted by InsightExpress, a professional online research firm, showed that the number of American taxpayers willing to pay higher taxes to combat terrorism rose 19 percentage points over last year to 48%.
Amid growing evidence that welfare-to-work is working better for White recipients than for other racial and cultural groups both in Minnesota and nationwide, a new study by Wilder Research Center investigates some of the key issues behind those statistics.
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists appealed to the FCC this past week to postpone issuing new broadcast ownership regulations until the commission has held a series of public hearings nationwide that allow for the maximum possible public input into its deliberations.