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Clear Channel Communications plans to relocate all eight of its Valley radio stations, including four that are now based in Tempe, into a new office building on Van Buren Street about one mile from the Tempe-Phoenix border.
Clear Channel Communications, the nation’s largest radio station operator, said Thursday it has agreed to be acquired for about $18.7 billion by an investment group.
NEW YORK - Providence Equity Partners said Sunday it was "surprised and disappointed" by a lawsuit filed Friday by Clear Channel Communications Inc. to force the private-equity firm to complete its purchase of Clear Channel television stations.
WASHINGTON - Federal regulators have reached a record settlement with the nation's largest radio chain to resolve a number of indecency complaints against Howard Stern and other radio personalities, according to a source familiar with the deal.
WASHINGTON - The head of the nation's largest radio station chain apologized Thursday for a raunchy morning show that brought the largest indecency fine in history.
SAN ANTONIO - The Justice Department on Wednesday approved the $19.5 billion sale of Clear Channel Communications, the largest U.S. operator of radio stations and the world's largest billboard company.
SAN ANTONIO - Shares of Clear Channel Communications Inc. plummeted in late trading Tuesday, following a report that the media company's private buyout is on the brink of collapse.
WASHINGTON - Federal regulators Thursday proposed $495,000 in indecency fines against Clear Channel Communications for broadcasts by Howard Stern, prompting the nation's largest radio chain to drop the country's best-known shock jock.
SAN ANTONIO - Banks being sued by Clear Channel Communications and the private equity firm that wants to buy the company fired back Monday, asking a New York state court to dismiss the suit and to ignore requests for an expedited hearing.
San Antonio, Texas-based Clear Channel Communications, which owns eight Valley radio stations and has commercial advertising spread throughout Arizona Mills mall and other area venues, plans to lay off 1,850 employees in response to the sagging economy.
SAN FRANCISCO - Google Inc. and Clear Channel Communications Inc. announced a long-term agreement Sunday that will allow the Internet search leader to place advertising for its online customers on more than 675 Clear Channel radio stations.
NEW YORK - Al-Qaida-linked terror groups and their sympathizers have in recent months made a big splash on the Internet, making it their communications channel of choice.
Jeff Weninger: Due to the popularity of social networking sites Facebook and Twitter, more than a thousand “fans” and “followers” are receiving frequent updates from the city and are able to post comments and questions relevant to city services and amenities. These new tools are expanding our outreach efforts and encouraging the public to engage in dialog among themselves and with city staff.
WASHINGTON - Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio Holdings are pegging regulatory approval of their merger to giving consumers more control over the specific channels they buy.
To the Venter who refers to what America has done for our, ”General Welfare”, as “Socialism.”
TAMPA, Fla. - Radio station billboards that featured unflattering photos of a bald, scowling Britney Spears have been taken down after the pop star's attorneys threatened legal action.
Valley radio personalities and their listeners had mixed reviews Thursday of Clear Channel Communication’s new zero-tolerance policy designed to keep indecent content off the airwaves.
NEW YORK - Howard Stern announced Wednesday that his syndicated morning show would appear in nine new markets, including four where his show was axed by the nation's largest radio chain for alleged indecency.
WASHINGTON - CBS could face a fine of $550,000 for airing Janet Jackson's breast-baring performance during the Super Bowl, a person familiar with the matter said Wednesday.
Monday’s decision by the Federal Communications Commission green-lighting more media consolidation drew scorn and praise from consumer advocates, media experts and industry insiders.
Valley radio is boldly going where no radio has gone before. Many radio stations now are broadcasting in high-definition digital, and a growing number are adding secondary HD stations with more specialized formats.
Valley TV personalities are just like us — some of them now even more so, thanks to the clarity of high-definition television.
October 17, 2004
There are only three billboards in Scottsdale and, as the city has ramped up a campaign against all kinds of signs, soon there will be just one.
The Federal Communications Commission’s decision last week to allow easier consolidation of the mass media has many First Amendment advocates expressing the fear that fewer media owners could mean fewer media “voices.”