Docket Number: 
FCC Docket

Broadcasting Media Partners, Inc. and Univision Communications, Inc. (Univision) have filed applications pursuant to Section 310(d) of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, seeking Commission approval to transfer control of licenses and authorizations currently controlled by subsidiaries of Univision. Univision and its subsidiaries currently own 82 AM and FM Spanish-language broadcast radio stations and 63 television stations, as well as the Spanish-language television broadcast network Univision Network, and the Spanish-language cable network Galavision.

Timeline

Day 246 - March 27, 2007

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Orders & Public Notices

3/27/07
FCC Approves Transfer of Univision Communications Inc., and Enters Into $24 Million Consent Decree With Univision Concerning Children's Programming Requirements.
News Release:
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Order: Word | Acrobat
Martin Statement: Word | Acrobat
Copps Statement: Word | Acrobat
Adelstein Statement: Word | Acrobat
Tate Statement: Word | Acrobat

7/24/06
Public Notice Accepting Applications for Filing.
Public Notice: Word | Acrobat

Record Documents

Below is a list of record documents in reverse chronological order.

9/29/06
Reply to Oppositions to Petition to Deny filed by Rincon & Associates
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1 | 2 ]

9/20/06
Opposition to Rincon & Associates Petition to Deny filed by Broadcasting Media Partners, Inc.

9/20/06
Opposition to Rincon & Associates Petition to Deny filed by Univision Communications Inc.

9/11/06
Corrected Petition to Deny filed by Rincon & Associates
[ 1 | 2 ]

9/6/06
Response filed by Univision Communications Inc.

8/23/06
Comment filed by Theodore M. White

Application Documents

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FCC Approves Transfer of Univision Communications Inc., and Enters Into $24 Million Consent Decree With Univision Concerning Children's Programming Requirements.
News Release: Word | Acrobat
Order: Word | Acrobat
Martin Statement: Word | Acrobat
Copps Statement: Word | Acrobat
Adelstein Statement: Word | Acrobat
Tate Statement: Word | Acrobat

General Information: 

This page contains an indexed unofficial listing of and electronic links to most materials in this docket. The applications and any associated documents are also available for public inspection and copying during normal reference room hours at the FCC Reference Center. Copies of the applications and any subsequently-filed documents in this matter also may be obtained through the Commission's Electronic Comment Filing System. To request materials in accessible formats for people with disabilities (Braille, large print, electronic files, audio format), send an e-mail to fcc504@fcc.gov or call the Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau at 202-418-0530 (voice), 202-418-0432 (tty).