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AO 1998-17

Daniels Cablevision


Application of press exemption to free 30-second spot time slots offered by cable broadcasting system to candidate campaigns.


Final opinion September 10, 1998
Date Name Document type
09/10/1998 AO 1998-17 Final Opinion
09/10/1998 Vote Votes
09/02/1998 Draft AO (Commissioner Mason), Agenda Document No. 98-59-C Draft Documents
09/02/1998 Draft AO (Commissioner Mason), Agenda Document No. 98-59-D Draft Documents
09/02/1998 Vote Votes
09/01/1998 Draft AO (Commissioner Mason), Agenda Document No. 98-59-A Draft Documents
09/01/1998 Draft AO (Commissioner Mason), Agenda Document No. 98-59-B Draft Documents
08/26/1998 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document No. 98-59 Draft Documents
08/25/1998 Late Comment on AOR by Media Access Project Comments and Ex parte Communications
08/14/1998 Comment on AOR by Federal Communications Commission Comments and Ex parte Communications
08/11/1998 Supplemental Material from Daniels Cablevision, Inc. Final Opinion
08/03/1998 Request by Daniels Cablevision, Inc. AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor Daniels Cablevision, Inc. Corporation (including LLCs electing corporate status)
Counsel/Representative Cole, Raywid & Braverman, LLP Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Dodge, John C. Individual
Commenter Federal Communications Commission Governmental entity
Commenter Media Access Project Law Firm
Commenter Schwartzman, Andrew Jay Individual
Commenter Wright, Christopher J. Individual