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Brooks Boliek

Attorneys General Oppose Sirius, XM Merger

A group of state attorneys general made a last-ditch effort this week to convince the FCC's wild-card to oppose Sirius Radio's proposed merger with XM.The AGs told FCC commissioner Deborah…

AGs Oppose Sirius-XM Deal

WASHINGTON A group of state attorneys general made a last-ditch effort this week to convince the Federal Communications Commission's "wild-card" member to oppose Sirius Satellite Radio's proposed merger with XM.The…

Politicians Get Earful at Radio Royalty Hearing

It was hard to tell whether Wednesday's examination of a proposal setting up a royalty for songs aired on traditional radio was a congressional hearing or a music festival as…

House Panel Looks Into Paying for Songs Played on the Radio

A key House panel plans to open its investigation of legislation that would force broadcasters to pay musical performers for songs aired on the radio.Rep. Howard Berman, D-Calif., wants a…

Artists Sing Out Over Net Neutrality

A group of top music talent plans to inject themselves into the national policy debate over the so-called "network neutrality" doctrine by issuing a music compilation in the name of…

Artists Sing Out Over Net Neutrality

WASHINGTON A group of top music talent plans to inject themselves into the national policy debate over the so-called "network neutrality" doctrine by issuing a music compilation in the name…

Deal Clears Path For Two-way Digital TVs

The major cable operators and Sony have announced a plug-and-play agreement that likely will break the logjam that has threatened the widespread introduction of two-way digital TV sets in the…

House Likes 'Copyright Czar' Idea

WASHINGTON Legislation that would create "a copyright czar" in the White House and streamline law enforcement efforts to catch intellectual property pirates won approval by the full House on Thursday.The…

Markey Faults Hollywood on Net Neutrality

WASHINGTON Rep. Ed Markey accused the entertainment industry of pulling a bait and switch as Hollywood attempts to paint the "network neutrality" doctrine as a safe harbor for copyright pirates.Markey,…

Broadcasters: We're Already Serving Locals

WASHINGTON The nation's broadcasters told federal regulators that they are already serving their local towns and cities, and that any move to make them even more local would backfire.In comments…

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