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Clear Channel operates approximately 1,213 radio and 19 television stations in the United States and has equity interests in over 240 radio stations internationally. Clear Channel also operates approximately 770,000 outdoor advertising displays, including billboards, street furniture and transit panels across the world.
Originally posted by ljbako
the FCC needs to get their # straight - how is it not ok for a caller to call in and make a racial reference to black people but completely fine for Dave Chappell to either use the word 'n-word' himself or for him to have other white people use the word.
Originally posted by observer
Are companies, such as Clearchannel, in control of too much market share? Their decision to drop Stern effects many markets since they own, what, like 80% of all radio stations in the country. Is this concentration of media too much?
Originally posted by OXmanK
There are limitations to your free speech.
Originally posted by Seekerof
You are in control Jez, but that being in your own control does not come without government oversights (rules, regulations and guidelines), as applied to the topic of Howey.
The buck (money; dollars) may stem from "us" (you, me, it, they, etc.), but the buck stops where? Certainly not the bank? The buck stops with the government, again, as applied to the topic of Howey.