Federal Communications Commission Reports. V. 1-45, 1934/35-1962/64; 2d Ser., V. 1- July 17/Dec. 27, 1965-.

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Federal Communications Commission, 1973
 

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Page 540 - ... engaged in interstate or foreign communication solely through physical connection with the facilities of another carrier not directly or indirectly controlling or controlled by, or under direct or indirect common control with such carrier...
Page 525 - ... in detail of all amounts received by reason of such increase, specifying by whom and in whose behalf such amounts are paid and upon completion of the hearing and decision may by further order...
Page 290 - The burden of proceeding with the introduction of evidence and the burden of proof...
Page 546 - a flat ban on paid public issue announcements is in violation of the First Amendment, at least when other sorts of paid announcements are accepted.
Page 546 - It is the right of the viewers and listeners, not the right of the broadcasters, which is paramount.
Page 318 - So economic injury to an existing station, while not in and of itself a matter of moment, becomes important when on the facts it spells diminution or destruction of service. At that point the element of injury ceases to be a matter of purely private concern.
Page 543 - Wyoming is hereby declared to be a State of the United States of America, and is hereby declared admitted into the Union on an equal footing with the original States in all respects whatever...
Page 523 - George P. Baker, Richard C. Bond, Jervis Langdon, Jr. and Willard Wirtz, Trustees...
Page 298 - legally qualified candidate" means any person who has publicly announced that he is a candidate for nomination by a convention of a political party or for nomination or election in a primary, special, or general election, municipal, county, state or national, and who meets the qualifications prescribed by the applicable laws to hold the...
Page 298 - State, or national, and who meets the qualifications prescribed by the applicable laws to hold the office for which he Is a candidate, so that he may be voted for by the electorate directly or by means of delegates or electors, and who (1) Has qualified for a place on the ballot, or (2) Is eligible under the applicable law to be...

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