Oh, and if H-A buys KRON, it would be the first test of the Federal Communications Commission's new newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership rule, which has already been flagged by the U.
What does NBCO stand for?
NBCO stands for Newspaper-Broadcast Cross-Ownership (Federal Communications Commission rule)
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- Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Mission Area Analysis
- National Black Coalition for Media Justice
- Neues Bachisches Collegium Musicum Leipzig (German Instrumental Ensemble)
- Northern Bluegrass Circle Music Society (Canada)
- National Bank of Correspondent Network (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Nubian Blog Community Network
- Non-Commissioned Officer Responsible for Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Operations
- Name Brand Computer Outlet
- Neodymium Barium Copper Oxide
- Nevis Business Corporation Ordinance (est. 1984; Nevis)
- Non-Banking Credit Organization (microfinance; Azerbaijan)
- Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Officer
- National Board of Certified Option Advisors (Lisle, Illinois)
- New Beginning Church of God, Inc. (South Dorchester, MA)
- Nationally Broadcast Concert of Prayer (National Day of Prayer)
- National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, Inc.
- National Board for Certification of Orthopedic Technologists (Syracuse, NY)
- National Biological Control Program (various locations)
- National Building Code of the Philippines
- National Bureau of Corruption Prevention (China)
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4) Newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership ban - A single entity cannot have common ownership of a full-service television or radio station and a daily newspaper if the television station's "Grade A" contour or the radio station's principal community service area completely encompass the newspaper's city of publication.
In markets with nine or more TV stations, the FCC eliminated the newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership ban and the television-radio cross-ownership ban.
The chairman of the FCC, Kevin Martin, had floated a plan in October that would change the all newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership rules, effecting not only Tribune, but the entire industry.
Hell, as long as they are at it, why don't Zell and FitzSimons just go for getting the whole newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership thing thrown out?