HOME > NEWSROOM > MEDIA SOURCE > FCC > Gannett gets FCC approval for Belo deal

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.

 Read more at: http://www.guampdn.com/article/20131222/REPOSITORY/312220029


Get the Media Source Newsletter on your smartphone or tablet now!

iphone
Android

 


Latest News

Saudi Arabia's New Law Imposes Death Sentence for Bible Smugglers?

The Saudi Arabian government has reportedly passed a law that imposes the death penalty on people caught smuggling Bibles...

Posted

Verizon: Interconnection is Not Net Neutrality Issue

Verizon told the FCC in a filing Wednesday (Dec. 17) that it needs to keep the issue of interconnection and traffic exchange among networks separate...

Posted

President Loosening Restrictions on Tech Sales to Cuba

As part of the change in relations with Cuba announced by the Obama Administration Wednesday (Dec. 17), the President said he would allow...

Posted

FCC’s AWS-3 Auction to Take Holiday Break

If necessary, the FCC's AWS-3 auction will be taking a holiday next week. The commission's Wireless Bureau announced Wednesday (Dec. 17) that...

Posted

More News


Headlines