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Re: 1996 communications act question
actually that was what his take was on it. He said
that it was a measure of the total cum that the
stations were getting. That does make more sense to
me but i seem to remember something about a company
not being able to have more than one station with the
same format in the same market. That makes things
very difficult when they keep changing the markets
around. They have recently made Bangor the second
largest maine by adding as far East as Belfast and
South Dexter!! I am no sure if you know much about
maine but that is A LOT of territory... Well, it is
in my own opinion..
--- Sven Franklyn Weil <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sat, 6 Oct 2001, Cooper Fox wrote:
> > saying as being utter rot.... Sooo.... Here goes:
> > does the act limit the amount of stations in a
> > market that one vorporation can own??? Thanx!!
> Isn't it calculated by what the potential percentage
> of the total audience
> your stations will get? What's your friend's take
> on it?
> Sven Franklyn Weil "The needs of the many
> <email@example.com> the needs
> of the few
> <http://www.gordsven.com/sven> or
> the one."
> -- Surak
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