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Channel 2 NewsA group of Alaska broadcasters fired the latest salvo in a battle over the future of the state’s airwaves Friday, replying to cable provider General Communication Inc.’s defense before the Federal Communications Commission of its plans to...
Channel 2 NewsChannel 2 announced plans Monday to move into a new Midtown building within a year of its 60th anniversary, featuring a high-definition television studio to serve viewers across the state. Andy MacLeod, the station’s president and general manager,...
Channel 2 NewsSeveral Alaska broadcasters issued a challenge to cable provider General Communication Inc.’s plans for expansion Friday, filing a petition with the Federal Communications Commission to block the company’s purchase of three television stations...
A new radio station will be on the airwaves of Kodiak soon, but it's letting local residents decide what they want to hear. On Thursday, public radio station KMXT-FM launched an online listener survey asking Kodiak residents what they'd like...
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Middlecreek COB The Rev. Linda Stoner will share the message “Look Up and Live” as the Middlecreek Church of the Brethren celebrates Pentecost Sunday. The Rev. John Stoner will serve as worship leader. The church is at 226 Middlecreek Road,...
News Corp. has hired a D.C. heavyweight to handle its lobbying efforts on Capitol Hill after it becomes primarily a newspaper publishing company. Antoniette "Toni" Cook Bush will join News Corp. next month as its executive vice president and global head...
Trying to raise its profile in Chicago, Minneapolis-based U.S. Bank said it has secured naming rights to the 190 S. LaSalle St. building, where it will boost its square footage by 65 percent. The street-level U.S. Bank Building signage should go up this...
The Federal Communications Commission took a step toward improving Web access for air travelers, voting to write rules to open frequencies for an air-to-ground Internet service proposed by Qualcomm Inc. In a 4-0 vote Thursday, the FCC advanced the...
Angry about a proposal to relax the Federal Communications Commission's rules regulating indecent content on broadcast television and radio, the Parents Television Council and Morality in Media are pressing Congress to stop the regulatory agency in its...
The maverick wants to cook the TV industry's golden goose. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is preparing to introduce legislation perhaps as early as Thursday that would dramatically overhaul the television business and will probably be met with strong...
Enrollment in a controversial program that provides free cell phone service to low-income families has increased faster in Maryland than any other state in the nation, jumping nearly 90-fold since 2008 — renewing scrutiny on Capitol Hill over its...
Critics of a federal program that provides free cellphones to thousands of Maryland residents who can't afford regular commercial service are right that some recipients who don't qualify for the benefit are taking advantage of the system. But there's no...
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