Economic Concentration in the Media--newspapers: Hearings Before the Select Committee on Small Business, United States Senate, Ninety-sixth Congress, First Session ... May 24 and 25, 1979
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979 - Newspaper publishing - 273 pages
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acquisition advertising Amendment American ANPA antitrust laws Bagdikian Ben Bagdikian broadcast Chairman circulation cities Columbia Journalism Review Committee competition concentration of ownership concern conglomerate merger conglomerates Congress corporate coverage cross-ownership daily newspapers discretionary power diversity Dougherty earnings economic editorial estate tax example fact Federal Trade Commission free press freedom Friedheim Gannett hearings Hurley increased independent newspapers interest issues journalism Justice Knight-Ridder legislation limited market power media concentration ment merger million monopoly newspaper business newspaper chains newspaper groups newspaper industry newspaper owners newspaper ownership newspaper publishing number of newspapers operating Paine Webber papers percent Policy Review political problem profits question radio readers regulation reporters Sachar Salisbury Post Seigenthaler Senator Boschwitz Senator Morgan Senator Pressler Shenefield Small Business society statement stories supra note Supreme Court symposium tax laws television testimony Thank tion Udall Washington Post Washington Star weekly York