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Minority ownership of broadcast stations

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Subcommittee on Communications.

Minority ownership of broadcast stations

hearing before the Subcommittee on Communications of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, first session ... September 15, 1989.

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Subcommittee on Communications.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Minorities in broadcasting -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesS. hrg. ;, 101-339
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF26 .C6925 1989d
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 188 p. ;
      Number of Pages188
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1984867M
      LC Control Number90600076

      The justification behind this policy was a finding by the FCC that view of racial minorities were inadequately represented in the broadcast media, that greater representation of minority viewpoints would enrich the audience, and that promoting hands-on minority ownership would help accomplish the desired diversity in programming. ownership policies on minority ownership of commercial radio stations, program diversification, and service to the American public.2 This analysis is timely and important as the FCC prepares for its quadrennial review of broadcasting rules in , mandated by the .

      Download this book (full text) as an Adobe Acrobat PDF document. Purchase this book MARCH | EPI Book The FCC&#;s newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership rule An analysis by Douglas Gomery Introduction In the Federal Communications Commission initiated the newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership rule, which bars a single company from owning a newspaper and a . Minority Broadcast Ownership [Gregory L. Rohde] on maisonneuve-group.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book presents information on minority commercial radio and television ownership in the United States. It reviews the history of such ownership and the role of viewpoint diversity in a changing industry. It also continues the data collection efforts.

      THE FEDERAL COMMUNICATION COMMISSION'S ApPROACH TO MINORITY OWNERSHIP OF BROADCAST FACILITIES 1 Mlnorl tles are underrepresented in many of power centers of this society,2 including the the major electronic media. This is especially true in policy and decision-making As the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).. 3. Out of the Picture: Minority & Female TV Station Ownership in the United States September 3 • Minorities owned 18 percent of all non-farm businesses in , but currently own approximately 3 percent of commercial broadcast television stations.


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Minority ownership of broadcast stations by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Subcommittee on Communications. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Broadcast Policy Statement on minority ownership is a publicly issued statement by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding the state of minority and gender based ownership, the implications of previous ownership policies, and by taking affirmative action set into place two new additional policy measures aimed at.

Minority ownership of media outlets in the United States is the concept of having ownership of media outlets to reflect the demographic population of the area which the media serves.

This is to help ensure that media addresses issues that are of concern to the needs and interests of the local population. Witnesses testify on the Broadcasting Improvement Act ofspecifically the standards for licensees and increasing minority ownership of broadcast stations.

Apr 25,  · Sinclair Deals Dozen TV Stations to Minority Owners. Sinclair Broadcast Group's Sinclair still wants to own two of the top four stations in Indianapolis, a dual ownership that the FCC is Author: John Eggerton.

Dec 04,  · Increasing minority ownership of television broadcast stations has been an often-stated, but elusive goal. While there is widespread agreement on the need for progress, there has been very little by way of new ideas to solve the twin problems of access and opportunity.

Minority ownership of broadcast stations: hearing before the Subcommittee on Communications of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, first session.

Minority Ownership BLACK-OWNED BROADCAST STATIONS AND NETWORK. ALABAMA Radio. Kirkwood Balton President Booker T. Washington Broadcasting WAGG-AM (Gospel) WENN-FM (Urban Contemporary) P.O.

Box Birmingham, AL / Shelley Stewart & Erskine R. Faush Birmingham Ebony Broadcasting WATV-AM (Urban Contemporary) Ensley Avenue. Mar 20,  · Related: Court’s JSA Ruling Boosts Minority, Conservative Voices.

Of the more than 2, TV stations in the country, only 12 are owned by minorities and I Author: Armstrong Williams.

This study provides the first complete assessment and analysis of female and minority ownership of full-power commercial broadcast radio stations operating in the United States. It follows a similar analysis of female and minority broadcast television ownership, Out of the Picture, published last fall.

still own less than four percent of all the commercial broadcast stations in the United States, while representing 29 percent of the population. Clearly, there is much more work to be done. Changes, Challenges, and Charting New Courses: Minority Commercial Broadcast Ownership. Get this from a library.

Minority ownership of broadcast facilities: a report. [United States. Federal Communications Commission. EEO-Minority Enterprise Division.; CCG, inc.].

Form and Instructions for Form The biennial filing deadline for licensees and other entities required to file the FCC Form has been extended to December 2, Filers must complete electronic filing of their biennial Ownership Report for Commercial Broadcast Stations by December 2, to comply with the filing due date.

Apr 06,  · Revival May Be Coming for Minority-Ownership Tax Program. Apr 6, Apr 6, ; Facebook The proposed Expanding Broadcast Ownership Act would also authorize a pilot incubator program at the it helped minority radio ownership rise from just 40 radio and TV stations in to radio and 43 TV stations by the time Congress pulled.

The tax certificate program was created in and it remained in place until when abuses led Congress to abolish the effort. During that year existence it helped minority radio ownership rise from just 40 radio and TV stations in to radio and 43 TV stations according to the FCC.

Minorities in Radio Broadcasting: Breaking Through the Struggles of Today Toward a Promising Future been forming over the years to break down misconceptions by advertisers and thereby encourage them to places ads with minority broadcast stations.

For example, The Interep Store, a national rep firm, investigates reports of advertisers who. Content/Ownership Study: Minority-owned radio stations were far more likely to choose a program format that appeals particularly to a minority audience; Minority-owned radio stations were more likely to provide news and public affairs programming on events or issues of particular concern to minorities.

"only after specific findings by the Commission that ascertainment policies, and equal opportunity rules fell far short of increasing minority participation in programming and ownership." Minority Ownership of Broadcast Stations: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Communications of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.

minority ownership 意味, 定義, minority ownership は何か: 1. a situation in which a business is owned by a member of a minority (= a group whose members are of a different race, or have a different culture or religion to that of most other people in that country): 2.

a situation in which a person or an organization owns fewer shares. But a survey conducted by the Congressional Research Service two years ago for the House Telecommunications subcommittee concluded that broadcast. Off The Dial: Female and Minority Radio Station Ownership in the United States June 5 o African-Americans own only percent of this country’s full-power commercial broadcast radio stations, but account for 13 percent of the entire U.S.

population. Minorities and the Television Industry: A look at prejudice and discrimination within the economic structures, policies, and characteristics of the television industry Nearly 90 percent of the minority-owned broadcast television stations are LPTV.

They provide programming for diverse ethnic communities in Spanish, Korean, and many other.minority ownership of and employment in broadcast stations, in line with the public interest standard, which was adopted in the Communications Act of The FCC’s minority preference policies were also in part triggered by societal realization of the serious underrepresentation of minorities in broadcast.Sale of 1st and Only Black-Owned Public TV Station a Wake-Up Call on Media Diversity the FCC has watched female and minority ownership of broadcast stations dwindle without much concern for.