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Ownership 2006 Archive: Additional Materials

Listed below are documents identified by Commission staff pertaining to localism, media ownership, minority ownership and other related issues.


Documents Already Released (Final and Draft Versions)
Date Document Title & Link
9/13/06 Competing on Quality: Two-Sided Markets, the Sutton Paradigm, and the Multichannel Video Industry: A Graphical Approach
undated Competing on Quality: Two-Sided Markets, the Sutton Paradigm, and the Multichannel Video Industry: A Graphical Approach
6/05 Localism and Welfare
3/05 The Scarcity Rationale for Regulating Traditional Broadcasting: An Idea Whose Time has Passed
2/05 The Implicit Marginal Valuation of Cable Service in the US
undated The Implicit Marginal Valuation of Cable Service in the US
7/04 Do Local Owners Deliver More Localism
6/17/04 Do Local Owners Deliver More Localism
5/12/04 Do Local Owners Deliver More Localism
3/29/04 Do Local Owners Deliver More Localism
3/26/04 Do Local Owners Deliver More Localism
2/27/04 Do Local Owners Deliver More Localism
2/18/04 Do Local Owners Deliver More Localism
1/15/04 Do Local Owners Deliver More Localism
12/03 Defining and Measuring Diversity and Localism
12/03 Empirical Aspects of Advertiser Preferences and Program Content of Network Television
12/03 Media Diversity and Localism: Meaning, Metrics, and the Public Interest Conference Report at Fordham University
12/03 Statement of Jonathan D. Levy to the conference on Media Diversity and Localism: Meaning Metrics, and the Public Interest
12/18/03 Merger Challenges Data, Fiscal Years 1999-2003
9/03 Review of the Radio Industry, 2003
9/01 Review of the Radio Industry, 2001
undated Review of the Radio Industry
9/02 A Comparison of Media Outlets and Owners for Ten Selected Markets (1960, 1980, 2000)
9/02 A Compilation of Outlets and Owners for Ten Selected Radio Markets (1960, 1980, 2000)
9/02 A Theory of Broadcast Media Concentration and Commercial Advertising
9/02 Assymetric Bargaining Power and Pivotal Buyers
9/02 Broadcast Television: Survivor in a Sea of Competition
9/02 Consolidation and Advertising Price in Local Radio Markets
undated Consolidation and Advertising Price in Local Radio Markets
9/02 Consumer Substitution Among Media
9/02 Most Favored Customers in the Cable Industry
9/02 On the Substitutability of Local Newspaper, Radio, and Television Advertising in Local Business Sales
undated On the Substitutability of Local Newspaper, Radio, and Television Advertising in Local Business Sales
9/02 Program Diversity and the Program Selection Process on Broadcast Network Television
9/02 Radio Industry Review 2002: Trends in Ownership, Format and Finance
9/02 Radio Market Structure and Music Diversity
9/02 The Measurement of Local Television News and Public Affairs Programs
9/02 Viewpoint Diversity in Cross-Owned Newspapers and Television Stations: A Study of News Coverage of the 2000 Presidential Campaign
4/98 What’s Local About Local Broadcasting?
5/82 Female Ownership of Broadcast Stations, prepared for the FCC by ELRA Group, Inc
undated Local TV News Coverage of the 2002 General Election
undated Minority Tax Certificate Sourcebook: A compilation of references on FCC Minority Tax Certificates, published by the Minority Enterprise Program of the FCC



Documents Newly Released (Draft Versions)
Date Document Title & Link
10/6/06 Localism Task Force Announces Schedule of Public Hearings
6/15/06 Summary of Ideas on Newspaper-Broadcast Cross-Ownership
6/1/06 The Evolving Structure and Changing Boundaries of the U.S. Television Market in the Digital Era
undated The Evolving Structure and Changing Boundaries of the U.S. Television Market in the Digital Era
6/06 Financial Health of the Newspaper Industry
11/05 Vertical Integration and Market Foreclosure in the Multichannel Video Industry: An Update
undated Vertical Integration and Market Foreclosure in the Multichannel Video Industry: An Update
8/05 Estimation of Switching Costs: Several Methods and the Multichannel Video Industry
Spring 2005 FCC Radio Market Structure and Music Diversity Paper
undated FCC Radio Market Structure and Music Diversity Paper
1/14/05 Minority and Female Ownership
11/04 Political Representation, Voter Information, and Government Allocations: A Theory of Optimal Localism
9/04 Vertical Ownership and Vertical Control: A Model of the Cable Television Industry
8/04 Preliminary Analysis for Diversity and Localism in Radio Playlists Study
7/2/04 Localism Paper
3/9/04 Vertical Ownership and Vertical Control: A Model of the Cable Television Industry
3/4/04 Defining Localism from an Economics Perspective
2/27/04 Defining Localism from an Economics Perspective
10/21/03 Correspondence from Ann Whisenhunt
10/21/03 Correspondence from Bob Thomas
10/21/03 Correspondence from Millard N. James
10/20/03 Correspondence from Betsy Gustafson
10/20/03 Correspondence from Cheryl Schirillo
10/20/03 Correspondence from Leigh Dudasik
10/20/03 Correspondence from Tahira Stalberte
10/20/03 Speak Up, Sweet Charlotte
10/17/03 Correspondence from Terri Hill
10/16/03 Correspondence from Beth Worsham
10/16/03 Correspondence from Donna Marie Harris
10/16/03 Correspondence from Stacia Harris
10/15/03 Behind Media Ownership Fight, An Old Power Struggle Rages
10/15/03 Correspondence from Jim Longworth, Jr.
10/3/03 Rapid City Will Host FCC Hearing
3/7/03 Write up re Diversity Index
2/24/03 Pivotal Buyers, Vertical Ownership, and Endogenous Most-Favored Nation Clauses in the Cable Industry
5/1/02 Cable Model
undated Appendix A
undated Background on Localism in Broadcasting
undated Buyer Size and Bargaining Power: An Experimental Analysis
undated Correspondence from Casey Cupp
undated Correspondence from Jon Shepard
undated Female Minority Ownership
undated Research on the United States Multichannel Video Industry at the Federal Communications Commission
undated Spreadsheet
undated Stages 1 through 5
undated Cluster Analysis Work Papers - Zip File 4.5 MB
undated The Market for Subscription Television Service in the US


The Commission is legally entitled to withhold certain internal documents under the deliberative process privilege of FOIA Exemption 5. However, in light of the unique circumstances present here — principally, the Commission's current consideration of our media ownership rules and the very strong level of public interest in this proceeding — we are solely, in an exercise of our own discretion, releasing these materials.



last reviewed/updated on February 02, 2010  


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