FCC's Next Media-Ownership Public Hearing Set For Nashville
November 14, 2006 at 4:16 PM (PT)
The FCC today (11/14) said the second public hearing on media-ownership issues will be held in NASHVILLE on MONDAY, DECEMBER 11. The first hearing was held in LOS ANGELES last month (NET NEWS 10/3).
Commissioner DEBORAH TAYLOR TATE said, "I am extremely pleased by the announcement that the FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION will hold its second media-ownership hearing in NASHVILLE, my hometown, next month. Known as 'MUSIC CITY, USA' because of its vibrant entertainment industry, NASHVILLE is home to some of the greatest songwriters and musicians in the world. It is hard to think of a more appropriate location for discussing how the commission’s rules may affect these artists and their audience. I look forward to hearing from the music industry, the media, and the public."
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