NewsMar 9, 04:41 PM
Posted on : Tue, 06 Mar 2007 16:16:00 GMT | Author : Entertainment News Editor
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WASHINGTON, March 6 Four U.S. broadcast companies, together owning more than 1,500 radio stations, tentatively agreed to pay $12.5 million in fines in a pay-to-play music scheme.
In addition, the Federal Communications Commission and industry officials said the four conglomerates — Clear Channel Communications, CBS Radio, Entercom Communications and Citadel Broadcasting — agreed to provide air time for local artists and independent record labels, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.
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