11/23/04
FCC Adopts Children’s Programming Obligations for Digital Television Broadcasters.
Order: Word | Acrobat

11/22/04
Broadcast Localism. Media Bureau extended the date for filing reply comments to January 3, 2005.
Order: Word | Acrobat

11/19/04
Media Bureau Releases Report on Cable A La Carte Pricing Model.
News Release: Word | Acrobat
Study: Acrobat

9/29/04
FCC Adopts a Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in Response to a Decision Issued by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit Regarding Amendment of the Commission's Cable Television Inside Wiring Rules.
Order: Word | Acrobat

9/9/04
FCC Adopts Children’s Programming Obligations for Digital Television Broadcasters.
News Release: Word | Acrobat
Powell Statement: Word | Acrobat
Abernathy Statement: Word | Acrobat
Copps Statement: Word | Acrobat
Martin Statement: Word | Acrobat
Adelstein Statement: Word | Acrobat

9/7/04
FCC Second Digital TV Periodic Review.
News Release (8/4/04): Word | Acrobat
Order: Word | Acrobat
Attached Forms: 381 | 382 | 383 | 384 | 385 | 386
Powell Statement: Word | Acrobat
Copps Statement: Word | Acrobat
Martin Statement: Word | Acrobat
Adelstein Statement: Word | Acrobat

8/4/04
FCC Takes Next Steps to Promote Digital TV Transition.
News Release: Word | Acrobat
Powell Statement: Word | Acrobat
Copps Statement: Word | Acrobat
Martin Statement: Word | Acrobat
Adelstein Statement: Word | Acrobat

7/28/04
Violent Television Programming And Its Impact on Children.
NOI: Word | Acrobat
Copps Statement: Word | Acrobat

3/19/04
Comment Sought On "Request for Expedited Declaratory Ruling" Concerning The Territorial Exclusivity Rule (Section 73.658(B) Of The Commission's Rules).  "Permit But Disclose" Ex Parte Status Accorded.
Public Notice: Word | Acrobat
Erratum: Word | Acrobat

12/10/03
The United States Supreme Court affirmed almost all portions of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002, including amendments to Section 315 of the Communications Act, 47 USC § 315, and the requirement that the FCC compile, maintain, and provide to the public on its website any information the Federal Election Commission may require to carry out Section 304(f) of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended.  For purposes of that section, the Electioneering Communications Database will allow you to determine whether a communication sent via a broadcast station, cable system and/or satellite system can or cannot reach 50,000 or more people in a particular Congressional District or State.  Alternate site can be found here.

10/23/02
The Federal Election Commission Issued "Interim Final Rules with Requests for Comments" Regarding a Database to be Created and Maintained by the FCC.


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