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Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

a U.S. federal agency that regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, cable, and 911.
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Both parties could agree to final binding arbitration by the Media Bureau.
Joseph Young, Mediacom's SVP and General Counsel, said "the Media Bureau order conflicts with established law and relies on erroneous findings of fact.
Coming back as Deputy Chief of the Media Bureau is Sarah Whitesell.
A statement issued on Wednesday, June 26, by the Interior Ministry's Media Bureau said that in the meeting Ambassador Fokas expressed his country's readiness to develop it relations with Iraq to upgrade bilateral relations.
It has been over two days since the FCC Media Bureau issued an order strongly encouraging Sinclair and Mediacom to enter binding arbitration.
The Audio Division of the Media Bureau licenses commercial and noncommercial educational AM, FM, FM Translator, and FM Booster radio services, and the noncommercial educational Low Power FM radio service.
In a statement issued by the Speaker's media bureau, Berri expressed his deep condolences and sorrow for all victims from all nationalities, especially those of Lebanese origin who carried their dreams and hopes from the south and north of Lebanon in search of job prospects and a decent life abroad.
PBA media bureau chief Willie Marcial said Pacquiao's camp also didn't try to seek any clearance from the league for a chance to play for the Senate team that includes his fellow senators Sonny Angara and Joel Villanueva.
A statement issued on Sunday, June 23, by the Interior Ministry's Media Bureau, said that in the Korean Ambassador expressed his country's readiness to cooperate with Iraq on all levels and participate in its construction scheme.
The Media Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission issued an order today relating to the ongoing retransmission consent dispute between Mediacom Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: MCCC) and Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc.
The FCC's Incentive Auction Task Force and Media Bureau on Thursday (1/11) granted a request from 20 broadcast TV stations in Puerto Rico and the U.
Discussions dwelt on an array of proposed dossiers on the Lebanese arena and the opposition's viewpoint regarding these files, in addition to the security situation in Arsal outskirts, as per a statement by Gemayel's Media Bureau.

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