Sinclair Might Look to Swap TV Stations for Tribune Approval

Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. might consider swapping TV stations with other broadcasters as a way to comply with the Justice Department’s antitrust concerns over itsfeatured

“Zero Emission Nuclear Resource” Bill in Ohio Faces Challenges

A bill sent to committee in the Ohio Legislature that would provide a financial bailout for two of FirstEnergy Corp.’s struggling nuclear power plantsfeatured

West Virginia PSC Debating FirstEnergy Coal Power Plant Transfer

FirstEnergy Corp.’s plans to transfer an aging coal-fired power plant along the Ohio River to two of its West Virginia subsidiaries To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

FERC Deadline Approaching on Proposal that Could Aid FirstEnergy

A December 11 deadline is looming for federal energy regulators to decide whether to adopt a controversial plan proposed by the Department of Energy To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Interview with Time Warner/AT&T Merger Critic

Daphna Edwards Ziman, a Beverly Hills independent television network executive and an outspoken critic of the $85.4 billion Time Warner/AT&T merger, sees a difficult roadfeatured

State AG Arguments in Tribune/Sinclair Unlikely to Alter FCC Views

Despite opposition from attorneys general in four states to the merger of Maryland-based Sinclair Broadcast Group and Illinois-based Tribune Media, it remains to be seen if critics of the transaction will be able to sway a Republican-majority at the Federal Communications Commission, long-time FCC observers told CTFN. The top law enforcement officials in Illinois, Maryland, … Read Morefeatured

Sempra Appears on Track for Texas PUC Approval of Oncor Acquisition in First Quarter

Sempra Energy’s $9.45 billion acquisition of Oncor Electric Delivery Company, the largest electric transmission and distribution system in Texas,featured

Westar/Great Plains Ask Kansas to Shorten Review Period

The revised $14 billion merger of Westar Energy and Great Plains Energy appears to be off to a rocky start in Kansas. Three key intervenors are asking the Kansas Corporation Commission tofeatured

Draft Order Being Circulated at FCC on Level 3/CenturyLink Merger

A draft order is being circulated among commissioners at the Federal Communications Commission in the $34 billion merger of Louisiana-Based CenturyLink, Inc. and Colorado-based Level 3 Communications, CTFN has learned. “It is circulating,” a source close to the commission told CTFN on Wednesday. “You can expect a decision shortly,” a second source close to the … Read Morepublic

FCC Expected to Rule on National Cap Soon

Rumors are circulating inside the Federal Communications Commission that Chair Ajit Pai might schedule a hearing for next month on revampingfeatured

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