On December 13, 2006, FMC publicly released its report documenting the effects of radio station ownership consolidation on musicians and the public.
Data in the report shows that station ownership consolidation at the national and local levels has led to fewer choices in radio programming and harmed the listening public and those working in the music and media industries, including DJs, programmers and musicians.
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Title: False Premises, False Promises: A Quantitative History of Ownership Consolidation in the Radio Industry
Publication date 2006-12-13
Publication Year 2006
Future of Music Coalition
, radio companies
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