Weary of charges that he is conducting a secretive rewrite of media ownership rules, FCC topper Michael Powell fired back Thursday, accusing Democratic commissioner Michael Copps of failing to make…
Public TV stations are breathing a sigh of relief. The FCC handed them a break Tuesday, giving them an additional six months to start airing a portion of their programming in digital.
Underscoring the split within the FCC over new media ownership rules, the two Democratic commissioners blasted FCC Chairman Michael Powell on Monday over his adherence to the June 2 deadline to wrap…
While the Federal Communications Commission puts the finishing touches on new rules governing media ownership, the National Organization of Women reminded the agency Thursday not to forget about…
Move over war corespondents, Hollywood just took the embedding process one step further. Reality TV producer Bertram van Munster and the Pentagon have joined forces to grab a piece of the action in…
The White House Thursday threw the full weight of the Oval Office and the administration behind FCC Commissioner Michael Powell's desire to wrap up work on new media ownership rules June 2.
Struggling to defend his turf, National Assn. of Broadcasters prexy Edward Fritts on Wednesday took aim at a key component of FCC topper Michael Powell's plan to rewrite media ownership rules.
With the finish line in sight, FCC Chairman Michael Powell's ideas for rewriting media ownership rules seem to be catching on.
D.C. Spin - Susan Crabtree
With John McCain's new campaign finance reform laws pushing up the first reporting period for political contributions to April 15 -- the earliest deadline ever -- Hollywood's legendary fundraising…