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Tribune Media withdrew from its proposed merger with Sinclair Broadcast Group, effectively terminating the $3.9-billion deal that would have created the largest local-TV conglomerate in U.S. history.
The FCC’s Office of Inspector General released a report stating that the agency did not experience denial-of-service attacks during the proceeding Pai used to repeal the Net Neutrality rules.
A coalition of groups has collected more than 300,000 signatures and will deliver them to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Free Press is disappointed that this panel of judges refused to rule on the FCC’s phony math and poor excuses for the obsolete and harmful UHF discount.
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.
In this filing, Free Press asserts that broadcasters continue to rely on debunked claims to bolster their weak arguments for the Sinclair-Tribune merger.
Free Press Action Fund joined other groups to deliver more than 670,000 petitions calling on the agency to reject the Sinclair-Tribune merger.