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An administrative law judge will decide if Sinclair lied to the FCC about its divestiture plans.
On Wednesday, the Sinclair Broadcast Group floated a plan to divest two Texas television stations in an attempt to salvage its proposed merger with Tribune Media.
On Tuesday, Rep. Coffman announced his intent to sign the discharge petition demanding a vote on a Congressional Review Act measure to restore Net Neutrality.
On Monday, FCC Chairman Pai announced that he would circulate an order designating Sinclair’s acquisition of Tribune Media for an administrative hearing.
News broke this morning that the FCC might scuttle the Sinclair-Tribune mega-merger. Public pressure played a huge role here.
Never before has a state taken the lead to address the growing crisis in local news.
This is huge: New Jersey is on the verge of enacting groundbreaking legislation Free Press Action Fund spearheaded that would help combat the state’s local news crisis.
We’re witnessing a modern-day atrocity on U.S. soil, orchestrated by the U.S. government. And we must fight back.
Free Press v. FCC, a case pending before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, could upend the deal just as easily.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is seeking to submit aspects of the merger to an administrative law judge, a first step toward blocking the deal.
The Sinclair Broadcast Group’s plan to create a broadcasting behemoth that could rival Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News was dealt a potentially crippling blow.
Sinclair Broadcasting's proposed $3.9-billion merger with Tribune Media may not be a done deal after all.