cross-media ownership

cross-media ownership
cross-media ownership cross-media ownership ownership

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cross-media ownership UK US noun [U]
COMMUNICATIONS, FINANCE the fact of one organization owning more than one type of public communications business: »

The commission has powers that embrace broadcasting, telecommunications and cross-media ownership.


This document summarizes the cross-media ownership rules as they affect acquisitions between newspaper owners and radio licensees.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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