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The Cbs-Viacom Merger: Impact On Journalism, Jim Parker May 2000

The Cbs-Viacom Merger: Impact On Journalism, Jim Parker

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Viacom-Cbs Merger: Media Competition And Consolidation In The New Millennium, Andrew Jay Schwartzman May 2000

Viacom-Cbs Merger: Media Competition And Consolidation In The New Millennium, Andrew Jay Schwartzman

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Letter Of Introduction, M. Anne Swanson May 2000

Letter Of Introduction, M. Anne Swanson

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Joint Statement Of Sumner M. Redstone Chairman And Chief Executive Officer Viacom Inc. And Mel Karmazin President And Chief Executive Officer Of Cbs Corp., Summer M. Redstone, Mel Karmazin May 2000

Joint Statement Of Sumner M. Redstone Chairman And Chief Executive Officer Viacom Inc. And Mel Karmazin President And Chief Executive Officer Of Cbs Corp., Summer M. Redstone, Mel Karmazin

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Cbs-Viacom And The Effects Of Media Mergers: An Economic Perspective, David Waterman May 2000

Cbs-Viacom And The Effects Of Media Mergers: An Economic Perspective, David Waterman

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Growing Media Consolidation Must Be Examined To Preserve Our Democracy, Paul Wellstone May 2000

Growing Media Consolidation Must Be Examined To Preserve Our Democracy, Paul Wellstone

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Structural Regulation Of The Media And The Diversity Rationale, Jerome A. Barron May 2000

Structural Regulation Of The Media And The Diversity Rationale, Jerome A. Barron

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Reflections On The Fcc’S Recent Approach To Structural Regulation Of The Electronic Mass Media, Lili Levi May 2000

Reflections On The Fcc’S Recent Approach To Structural Regulation Of The Electronic Mass Media, Lili Levi

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.