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Gannett gets FCC approval for Belo deal

December 23, 2013

The Federal Communications Commission on Friday approved Gannett's proposed acquisition of competitor Belo, clearing all regulatory hurdles for the McLean, Va.-based company to boost its TV business in pursuit of lucrative broadcast advertising and fees from cable companies.

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