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On January 14, 2005 the Office of Management and Budget adopted peer review requirements for certain types of information products. These requirements are applicable to all federal agencies, including the Federal Communications Commission. The new peer review rules were published in the Federal Register and take effect on June 16, 2005. The rules generally do not apply to information disseminated in agency adjudications or permit proceedings.

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Description Response Peer Review Review Request Source Document
Docket 11-83
Economic Study of the Impact of LPFM Stations on Full-Service Commercial FM Stations Pursuant to Section 8 of the Local Community Radio Act of 2010.
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Description Response Peer Review Review Request Source Document
Further Report on the Packaging and Sale of Video Programming Services to the Public MS PDF Link MS PDF Link MS PDF Link MS PDF Link


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Description Response Peer Review Review Request Source Document
Study from Docket 05-311
(Cable Franchising Process)
Implementation of Section 621(a)(1) of the Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984 as amended by the Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act of 1992
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Description Response Peer Review Review Request Source Document
Study 1 from Docket 06-121
(Media Ownership)
How People Get News and Information
Author: Nielsen Media Research, Inc.
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Study 2 from Docket 06-121
(Media Ownership)
Ownership Structure and Robustness of Media
Authors: Kiran Duwadi, Scott Roberts, and Andrew Wise, FCC; C. Anthony Bush, FCC (Technical Appendix)
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Study 3 from Docket 06-121
(Media Ownership)
Television Station Ownership Structure and the Quantity and Quality of TV Programming
Author: Gregory S. Crawford, Department of Economics, University of Arizona
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Study 4 from Docket 06-121
(Media Ownership)
News Operations
Authors: Daniel Shiman, FCC (Section I); Kenneth Lynch, FCC (Section II); Craig Stroup, FCC (Section III); Pedro Almoguera, FCC (Section IV)
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Study 5 from Docket 06-121
(Media Ownership)
Station Ownership and Programming in Radio
Author: Tasneem Chipty, CRA International, Inc.
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Study 6 from Docket 06-121
(Media Ownership)
The Effects of Cross-Ownership on the Local Content and Political Slant of Local Television News
Author: Jeffrey Milyo, Center for Applied Economics, University of Kansas, School of Business; Department of Economics and Truman School of Public Affairs, University of Missouri
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Study 7 from Docket 06-121
(Media Ownership)
Minority and Female Ownership in Media Enterprises
Authors: Arie Beresteanu and Paul B. Ellickson, Duke University
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Study 8 from Docket 06-121
(Media Ownership)
The Impact of the FCC’s TV Duopoly Rule Relaxation on Minority and Women Owned Broadcast Stations 1999-2006
Author: Allen S. Hammond, IV, Santa Clara University (The Commission contracted with Allen Hammond, Barbara O’Connor, and Tracy Westen to undertake this study.)
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Study 9 from Docket 06-121
(Media Ownership)
Vertical Integration and the Market for Broadcast and Cable Television Programming
Author: Austan Goolsbee, University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business; American Bar Foundation; and National Bureau of Economic Research
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Study 10 from Docket 06-121
(Media Ownership)
Review of the Radio Industry, 2007
Author: George Williams, FCC
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