The Complete Audio of the 2007 Chicago FCC Media Ownership Hearing

Posted by Mitchell - October 12, 2007 (entry 574)

The Complete Audio of Chicago's 2007 FCC Media Ownership Hearing (all files in MP3 format)

Opening Remarks

Introduction to Remarks from Senator Obama's office

Remarks from Senator Obama's and Senator Durbin's offices

Other opening remarks

Remarks from Lisa Madigan's office - Part 1

Remarks from Lisa Madigan's office - Part 2

Remarks from Lisa Madigan's office - Part 3

Remarks by FCC Chair Kevin Martin Remarks by FCC Commissioner Michael Copps - Part 1

Remarks by FCC Commissioner Michael Copps - Part 2

Remarks by FCC Commissioner Michael Copps - Part 3

Remarks by FCC Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein

Remarks by FCC Commissioners Deborah Taylor Tate and Robert McDowell

First Panel

Public Comment - Part One

Intro to Second Panel

Second Panel - Part One

Second Panel - Part Two

Remarks by Rev. Jesse Jackson

Remarks by Zulu Nation

Public Comment - Part Two

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