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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Media_cross-ownership_in_the_United_States

Media cross-ownership is the ownership of multiple media businesses by a person or .... Discovery Communications: Owns a number of major U.S. cable networks ... The company also previously held a number of television stations, which are .... by a single entity of a daily newspaper and television or radio broadcast station ...

www.answers.com/Q/Who_are_Most_Television_Stations_Radio_Stations_and_Newspapers_in_the_US_owned_by

they are mostly owned by private corporations. ... Who are Most Television Stations Radio Stations and Newspapers in the US owned by? Who are Most ...

www.forbes.com/sites/katevinton/2016/06/01/these-15-billionaires-own-americas-news-media-companies

Jun 1, 2016 ... Billionaires own part or all of several of America's influential national ... cable TV channel Fox News, may well be the world's most powerful media tycoon. He is ... Advance owns newspapers in 25 cities and towns across America and is the ... television stations, one local cable channel and 59 radio stations.

www.internationalhispanicmedia.org/who-owns-spanish-media-in-the-united-states

Further, is it a surprise that low-power television stations are typically the poorest .... the largest group of Spanish-language radio stations in the United States, ... The most significant Spanish-language newspaper in the McClatchy chain is El ...

www.pressreference.com/Sw-Ur/United-States.html

Number of Television Stations: 1,500 ... Number of Radio Stations: 10,322 ... The general trend of the United States press over most of the twentieth century was ... Of those 49 cities, 16 had two nominally competitive newspapers owned by the ...

tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/UsefulNotes/AmericanTelevisionStations

A page for describing UsefulNotes: American Television Stations. ... Also, educational stations are not permitted to run commercials, so most of them were started ... All U.S. broadcast stations, radio and television, are privately owned. ... (Many television stations were owned by the local newspaper, one example until April ...

www1.udel.edu/nero/Radio/pdf_files/T&A_%20Media%20Ownership.pdf

continue to drop, and one way for newspaper companies to expand their reach is through ... Radio stations in the United States have seen greater consolidation than ... Cox also owns Val-Pak, 74 radio stations, 9 Television stations, and 43 ... USA's most populous cities) 29 alternative broadcast channels, mostly under the.

www.sparknotes.com/us-government-and-politics/american-government/the-media/section3.rhtml

Print media are largely unregulated, and newspapers and magazines can print nearly anything as ... Broadcast media, however, are subject to the most government regulation. Radio and television broadcasters must obtain a license from the government because, according to American law, the public owns the airwaves.

www.epi.org/publication/books_cross-ownership

A local television station owned by a newspaper can simply televise a summary of the ... Profit maximization has never been the sole point of U.S. communications policy. ... Most newspaper companies are takeover proof, and if acquired are done so .... The act also removed the long-standing ban on joint radio-broadcast TV ...