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2001-06-01:April figures from US Radio Advertising Bureau show national revenues 22% down on April 2000, local revenues down 5%.
2001-06-01: XM's Roll satellite now in geo-synchronous orbit.
2001-06-01: Two new Commissioners sworn in at US Federal Communications Commission.
2001-06-01: Bubba the Love Sponge now to appear in court June 11 to face animal cruelty charges.
2001-06-02: Radio stations at fault in half the complaints upheld in latest British Broadcasting Standards Commission Bulletin.
2001-06-02: Old-time radio show distributor launches law suit against Napster.
2001-06-02: Only two entrants get full scores in test paper issued in competition to win Nebraska radio station which is now expected to return entry fees to participants..
2001-06-03: Arbitron gains three new networks for its February webcast network ratings.
2001-06-03: Look at licence and regulatory news of the past week.
2001-06-04: Radio stunts in Boston and Tampa.
2001-06-04: Look at items on radio in past week's print media.
2001-06-05: Federal Communications Commission fines station for playing edited version of Eminem rap song.
2001-06-05: Look at radio ratings company, Arbitron.
2001-06-06: Latest Measurecast Internet ratings show listening increasing but little change in top ranks last week and for month of May.
2001-06-06: US radio chiefs reveal aspirations at Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown Media Conference in New York.
2001-06-07: Boston duo Storm and Birdsey suspended after attacks on competitor Nik Carter of WBCN; latter station says suspension is phoney and part of publicity scam.
2001-06-07: BBC embarrassed when expletives undeleted exchange between reporter and London goes to air in Yorkshire.
2001-06-07: New York duo Anthony and Opie sign up for three more years with WNEW-FM plus syndication deal with station owner Infinity.
2001-06-08: Two of three bidders in final stage pull out of of race for John Hopkins University radio station WJHU-FM.
2001-06-08: Third London digital radio licence goes to Digital Radio Group.
2001-06-09: US shock jock Don Imus relents over firing sportscaster who aired insulting comments on tennis players, the Williams Sisters.
2001-06-09: Look at radio deals and share movements over past week.
2001-06-10: BBC radio racing commentator Peter Bromley bows out after more than 40 years.
2001-06-10: Look at licence and regulatory news of the past week.
2001-06-11: British government review reported likely to propose part privatization of radio spectrum.
2001-06-11: Look at radio related reports and columns in past week's print media.
2001-06-12: Millennium continues to build in New Jersey with $90 million buy from Nassau Broadcasting.
2001-06-12: UK Wireless Group eases cash flow problems with £25.5 million sale of Scot FM.
2001-06-12: Australian Broadcasting Corporation said to be about to dump post of arts editor for radio.
2001-06-13: Latest Measurecast Internet ratings show listening jump of nearly a fifth in the past week.
2001-06-13: Bubba the Love Sponge waits to hear if video his company made of wild boar castration and killing will be released to media as evidence in the animal cruelty case he is involved in.
2001-06-13: London Asian station Sunrise Radio fined £10,000 for breach of UK Broadcasting Act.
2001-06-13: 24-hour strike at ABC, Australia, after radio arts editor is made redundant.
2001-06-14: US Radio One Inc my be target for one of groups aiming to be third-placed US radio network.
2001-06-14: British Telecom and Deutsche Telekom agree to share costs of building third generation mobile phone networks, thus saving some £2.5 billion.
2001-06-14: Connecticut judge allows pirate radio operators to proceed with constitutional challenge to US Radio Broadcasting Preservation Act which cut down Low Power FM plans.
2001-06-15: Australian regulator changes conditions imposed on Sydney 2UE talk station after cash-for-comment inquiry.
2001-06-15: Executive changes in UK radio.
2001-06-15: Clear Channel station apologizes over "erroneous" Britney Spears death report/Infinity one re-apoligizes after upsetting Mexican Americans.
2001-06-16: US National Association of Broadcasters re-elects President and CEO Eddie Fritts.
2001-06-16: Sacramento format change from rock to talk/Opie and Anthony syndication moves ahead.
2001-06-16: Clear Channel likely to resume streaming station output but trims back Internet operations.
2001-06-17: Look at licence and regulatory news of the past week.
2001-06-18: Look at radio related reports and columns in past week's print media.
2001-06-19: Clear Channel to resume Internet streaming with advert insertion from HiWire.
2001-06-19: RTNDA announces 2001 Edward R Murrow awards.
2001-06-19: Former Magic FM, London, programme chief moves back into radio as programme director for Heart FM.
2001-06-19: Canadian Broadcasting Standards Commission to administer new journalistic ethics code for the country.
2001-06-20: Measurecast reports fall in Internet streaming but top rank members stay as before/Arbitron web audio study.
2001-06-20: UK Radiocommunications Agency report on "efficient" use of UK spectrum.
2001-06-20: Dallas DJ's fired after Britney Spears' death hoax/Cincinnati host fired after writing memo alleging agreement not to criticise city's mayor.
2001-06-21: XM Satellite Radio forges ahead towards late summer service launch/Sirius remains quiet
2001-06-21: UK government goes ahead with full communications Bill to create super-regulator and change media ownership rules but delays towards moving towards Act upset big media companies.
2001-06-21: Look at rivalry between US public radio leaders, National Public Radio and Minnesota Public Radio.
2001-06-22: New York Spanish language radio host alleges that his programme was dropped because of pressure from local congressmen whom he had criticized.
2001-06-22: Washington Post article by Democratic Senators exacerbates media giant's fears that resistance may stiffen to de-regulation.
2001-06-23: US FCC chairman in speech mainly devoted to extolling free market and minimum regulation says he supports idea of rules to encourage broadcasters to give equal opportunities to women and minorities.
2001-06-23: With a week to go before the BBC World Service is due to end short wave broadcasts to North America, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, lobbying against the plans seems to be having no effect.
2001-06-24: Look at licence and regulatory news of the past week.
2001-06-25: Look at radio related reports and columns in past week's print media.
2001-06-26: US radio magazines say big four have around 40% f radio advertising market not 90% as cited in Washington Post article by two Democratic Senators.
2001-06-26: Look at cuts to Radio Canada International service/WAMU-Fm moves its weekday music to the Internet and replaces it with news.
2001-06-26: Arbitron to run Mexico city radio ratings service in its first move outside the US.
2001-06-27: Plans for Virgin Radio in Asia/ rumours that breakfast host and radio mogul Chris Evans may leave UK Virgin Radio, now owned by Soctish Media Group.
2001-06-27: Latest Measurecast ratings show Internet listening at record high but no changes at top of their rankings.
2001-06-27: UK Wireless Group, which ownes TalkSport national commercial station, asks Office of Fair Trading to take action against BBC for what it calls abusing its position to overbid for sports rights.
2001-06-27: US Federal Communications Commission revokes licence of "pirate" operator whom it has fined $11,000.
2001-06-28: UK government to bring up matter of ending of BBC World Service short-wave transmissions to North America and Australasia at next quarterly meeting with the BBC.
2001-06-28: Sirius Satellite Radio chip sets on the way for final testing by manufacturers/rival XM ploughs on with programme deals.
2001-06-28: Speculation mounts in UK that Chris Evans will leave Virgin Radio --and lose some £13 million in the process!
2001-06-28: Hosts hirings, re-hirings and firings in the US including new job for Dallas duo fired after Britney Spears "death" hoax.
2001-06-29: UK Virgin Radio fires Breakfast Host - and former owner - Chris Evans.
2001-06-29: Radio Netherlands says it is to take over frequencies used by BBC World Service for short wave broadcasts to North America on Sunday, July 1, when the latter has stopped its broadcasts.
2001-06-30: US Smithsonian Institute media production unit, renowned for its radio programmes, to be closed down under budget cuts.
2001-06-30: UK former breakfast host and owner of station, Chris Evans, considering suing Virgin Radio over his dismissal.
2001-06-30: Standard Broadcasting to take over remaining 60 Telemedia radio stations in Canada/ more US radio deals.
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2001-05-01: US radio- Hispanic Broadcasting results and stock movements.
2001-05-01: New Dublin special interest licences go to Solas FM and Star FM.
2001-05-01: Record $2 million prize awarded by Atlanta radio station.
2001-05-01: President Bush nominates FCC chairman Michael Powell for second term.
2001-05-01: 2001 Sony Radio Awards include 3 Golds for one UK local radio presenter.
2001-05-02: "Bubba the Love Sponge" enters not guilty plea to animal cruelty charges.
2001-05-02: Measurecast Internet ratings show US Internet radio audience increasing in spite of decision by many broadcasters to cut streaming in face of dispute
2001-05-02: WKIV-FM, Knoxville, wins 2001 Country Station award/BBC World Service amongst 2001 "webby awards" nominees for radio sites.
2001-05-02: More US results and deals including Beasley and Regent Q1.
2001-05-03: Kerbango Internet Radio officially killed - no white knight found.
2001-05-03: More US results and deals including Interep Q1.
2001-05-03: Australia and Ireland likely to follow path of lighter regulation.
2001-05-03: US public radio network airs official audio tape of Georgia execution.
2001-05-04: Philadelphia host broadcasts apologies as part of law suit settlement for suggesting Miss America pageant was "fixed."
2001-05-04: Australian Broadcasting Authority members distance themselves from chairman's suggestion that cross-media ownership rules should be scrapped.
2001-05-04: More US radio business including RSB march figures and results from Ackerley, Cox, Radio One Inc and Westwood One.
2001-05-05: Norwegian radio station starts nude weather forecasts online during its morning show.
2001-05-05: More US radio business.
2001-05-05: St Petersburg in Florida does July 4th deal with Clear Channel on condition Bubba the Love Sponge is excluded..
2001-05-05: Italy's Environment Minister tenders resignation following row over Vatican Radio emissions.
2001-05-06: Tom Birdsey, formerly of Rocko and Birdsey, pops up again on Massachusetts airwaves but Florida host is kept off air by non-compete clause.
2001-05-06: BBC marks World Dawn Chorus Day today with wildlife waking sounds from round most of the world.
2001-05-06: Look at licence and regulatory news of the past week.
2001-05-07: CHUM launches its new all-sports radio network for Canada.
2001-05-07: Look at radio items in print - including Salon article on Clear Channel plus article crediting private FM stations with decisive role in Ghana's elections.
2001-05-08: Computer jukebox company MusicMatch to launch Radio MX subscription music download service.
2001-05-08: XM's second satellite due to be launched 2310 GMT today.
2001-05-08: CHUM-AM finally bows out of music on Toronto airwaves after 44 years.
2001-05-09: Conservative US host Rush Limbaugh's ratings generally up not down after Clinton's departure from office.
2001-05-09: Measurecast ratings show Internet audio listeners still increasing despite cessation of streaming by many US radio stations.
2001-05-09: Veteran US radio news reporter and producer Charles W. Taylor dies.
2001-05-09: Emmis tries to avoid $14000 "indecency" fine on basis no tape or transcript of offending shows exists.
2001-05-10: Profile of Boston, US, micro-station AFBR-AM.
2001-05-10: US Federal Communications Commission postpones discussion of cross-ownership restrictions.
2001-05-10: XM's second satellite now in orbit.
2001-05-10: More US first quarter results-- from Cumulus, Entravision, Salem and Unica.
2001-05-11: Journalists bid to buy Moscow Echo radio station to stop it falling into hands of state-backed gas company.
2001-05-11: US Internet studio shows only small effect on traditional media consumption when people go online with radio faring best of all.
2001-05-11: Look at the adverts UK TalkSport attracts now it has moved to young male demographic.
2001-05-11: UK radio audience figures show BBC holding on to its lead over commercial rivals.
2001-05-12: Dotcom losses overwhelm radio profits to put UK Chrysalis group into the red.
2001-05-12: Paul Harvey show The Rest of the Story passes its 25th birthday on US ABC Network.
2001-05-13: Look at licence and regulatory news of the week.
2001-05-13: Author, writer and broadcaster Douglas Adams dies of heart attack.
2001-05-14: Russians threaten to close down Radio Liberty Moscow offices if it goes ahead with Chechen language service.
2001-05-14: Look at items on radio in print media including comment on US talk shows.
2001-05-15: UK TalkSport complains that BBC abused its position in bundling radio and TV soccer rights bid.
2001-05-15: XM Satellite Radio announces that Quincy Jones is joining their line-up/ satellite radio stocks pick up.
2001-05-15: Federal Communications Commission levies "indecency" fine on Puerto Rican station.
2001-05-15: Radio hosts on the move in the UK and US.
2001-05-16: Measurecast ratings show jostling for position but Internet listening down.
2001-05-16: Three finalists listed to bid for John Hopkins University radio station.
2001-05-16: More radio hosts stories in the UK and US.
2001-05-17: Chicago station apologizes for airing jokes about Mexicans.
2001-05-17: UK radio stocks slide/more US radio deals.
2001-05-17: XM starts broadcasts from its "Rock" satellite in advance of summer launch but Sirius, which is behind, is to increase subscription charge.
2001-05-17: New Brisbane licence to be auctioned on May 30 -- expected to fetch around Aus$70 million.
2001-05-18: Irish state broadcaster to keep maximum permitted stake in transmission division which is being spun off.
2001-05-18: Radio Australia boosts signal to Asia.
2001-05-18: Radio stocks rise in UK, satellite radio stocks well up in US.
2001-05-19: Adrian Mills appointed Executive director CBC Radio.
2001-05-19: Vatican Radio to move medium wave transmissions out of Italy.
2001-05-19: Chicago station to give "ear plugs" as gifts at jamboree concert.
2001-05-20: Michigan radio station reports that Terre Haute business reaction to McVeigh execution delay was to complain about lost business.
2001-05-20: Los Angeles Talk host Michael Jackson back on air after six month hiatus following re-fornatting of his former station.
2001-05-20: Look at licence and regulatory news of the past week.
2001-05-21: Look at items in radio in print media- what makes a station attractive, worthy or unworthy?
2001-05-21: Mini-trial starts in Sydney over allegations that Austereo was involved in dirty-tricks letter campaign against rival DMG.
2001-05-22: Talk-Sport most complained about station in UK Radio Authority quarterly bulletin/US indecency fines.
2001-05-22: Australian law suit by DMG against Austereo over pseudonymous letter writing campaign to go to trial in September.
2001-05-22: XM stock rebounds but Sirius still in doldrums after critical article on satellite radio.
2001-05-22: US radio veteran Ron Jacobs posts on web text of 45 minute phone call with Clear Channel CEO Randy Michaels.
2001-05-23: Andrew Howard of Los Angeles radio show" Andrew and Karel" dies aged 34.
2001-05-23: Changes on international radio scene as Radio Australia signs Chinese deal, BBC World Service to drop short wave broadcasts to North America.
2001-05-23: Measurecast Index shows 14% rise in Internet audio listening last week.
2001-05-23: UK GWR to change chairman and chief executive, issues strong 2000-2001 report but warns of current advertising drop.
2001-05-24: Arbitron February webcast ratings show classical music station at head of rankings
2001-05-24: UK Forever Broadcasting group loses £1 million on £700,000 turnover in six months to end of March - says it is still looking for acquisitions.
2001-05-24: Federal Communications Commission chairman tells appropriations sub-committee the Commission is could lose 40% of its engineers over next four years; new Commissioner nominations to go before Senate sub committee today.
2001-05-25: Liberty Media files to sell three-quarters of its Emmis shares.
2001-05-25: Chicago WCKG-FM evening host Pete McMurray likely to switch to WLUP-FM
2001-05-25: Sen Jeffords' defection leads to cancellation of meeting to consider FCC nominees.
2001-05-26: Journalists at Moscow Radio Echo hopeful they will be able to take control of company.
2001-05-26: U.S. Senate sub committee finally approves FCC nominations.
2001-05-26: Clear Channel radio President and Chief Operating Officer Kenneth J O'Keefe to retire at end of June
2001-05-27: KPIG gets over advert streaming by using spoof ads in distinctive style.
2001-05-27: Look at licence and regulatory news of the past week.
2001-05-28: Battle for Brisbane licence expected to end up between APN's Australian Radio Network and British-owned DMG.
2001-05-28: Look at items on radio in past week's print media.
2001-05-29: U.S. Senate committee approves FCC Commissioner nominations.
2001-05-29: Australian radio stations evaluate Swiss "watch" audience measuring device.
2001-05-29: UK advertising downturn puts severe pressure on UK Wireless Group and flagship TalkSport.
2001-05-30: US Disc jockey tops 1000 hours to beat record for continuous radio programme.
2001-05-30: EMAP reports excellent UK radio division results for lat year but says prospects are fragile.
2001-05-30: Los Angeles Times says it has documents indicating payments tied to specific airplay of records which may breach US anti-payola laws.
2001-05-31: British DJ and radio mogul Chris Evans fined and banned for speeding in his Ferrari.
2001-05-31: Internet listening up at weekend but static overall in latest Measurecast ratings.
2001-05-31: Philippines radio commentator shot and killed outside his home.
2001-05-31: Joint venture between expected competitors DMG and ARN wins Brisbane FM licence for lower-than-forecast Aus$67 million.
2001-05-31: Clear Channel CEO Randy Michaels and veteran Ron Jacobs continue sparring.
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2001-04-01: Dr Laura TV show tapes its last episode marking premature end to radio host's TV plans.
2001-04-01:Look at licence and regulatory news of the week.
2001-04-01: WGAY call letters to die as Clear Channel flips more formats in DC.
2001-04-02: Nova FM launches in Sydney, Australia.
2001-04-02: Voice of America plan to re-vamp its Arabic services.
2001-04-02: Look at radio related items which have caught our eye over the past week.
2001-04-03: English radio station's April Fool joke leads hundreds to dangerous cliff top.
2001-04-03: US Federal Communications Commission changes Low Power FM rules in line with Congress vote: hundreds of previously allowable applications are now ineligible.
2001-04-03: Athens cuts off private radio stations it says could interfere with new airport operations/ protest outside Vatican radio.
2001-04-04: Radio stations and fans object to Major League Basketball plans to charge for Internet games and bar stations from streaming them.
2001-04-04: Measurecast Internet audio ratings for previous week and for March.
2001-04-04: Sirius and XM Satellite Radio move forward with chip production plans.
2001-04-05: Local group formed to try and purchase WJHU-FM from John Hopkins University.
2001-04-05: UK study calls for age of "adult" for British radio ratings to be reduced from 15 to enable advertising targeting "tweenagers."
2001-04-05: Sirius and XM Satellite stocks plunge amidst fears of delay getting to air.
2001-04-06: Boston Globe looks at Massachusetts Institute of Technology's community radio station WMBR-FM, coming up for 40 - and best known for its rock output.
2001-04-06: US Federal Communications Commission fines Clear Channel $25,000 for taking unauthorised control of Ohio station.
2001-04-07: UK Telegraph on UK digital radio/Los Angeles Times on Radio Free Virgin webcast software which allows limited recording.
2001-04-07: White House names President's three choices for vacant FCC Commissioner posts.
2001-04-07: US Federal Communications Commission issues paper to clarify its "indecency" regulations -seven years after it was mandated to do so.
2001-04-08: Clear Channel switches Washington, DC, Jammin Oldies to top 40/prepares for Monday talk station launch.
2001-04-08: Police officer's defamation lawsuit against Washington WOL-AM morning host Joe Madison is dismissed.
2001-04-08: Look at licence and regulatory news over the past week.
2001-04-09:UK group hopes to cut digital radio prices by two thirds.
2001-04-09: Look at radio related items which have caught our eye over the past week.
2001-04-10: UK Radio Authority holds strategy meeting concerning station's public, local remit and diversity obligations.
2001-04-10: Australian radio revenues for 1999-2000 up 16%, profits up 36% on previous period.
2001-04-10: US Federal Communications Commission levies $14000 "Indecency" fine on Emmis in connection with "Mancow" Muller show.
2001-04-11: Latest Measurecast Internet audio ratings show listening dropped last week.
2001-04-11: Vatican Radio to cut down its AM transmission times to head off Italian government threat to cut off power to transmitter complex which breaches radiation limits.
2001-04-11: Many US stations cut live Internet streams after AFTRA union enforces contract calling for extra payments when radio advertisements are used on the Internet.
2001-04-12: US Federal Communications Commission proposes $18 million increase to $250 million for next year's budget.
2001-04-12: UK Capital Radio sells two local stations under strategy to concentrate on large metropolitan ones.
2001-04-12: Thai provincial radio host shot dead.
2001-04-12: New Low Power FM filing windown opened in US.
2001-04-13: iBiquity Digital Corporation says San Francisco tests of its digital broadcast system show it to outperform analogue signals.
2001-04-13: US satellite radio shares struggle even though technical problems are being fixed.
2001-04-13: Italian government backs off from clash with Vatican over radio complex radiation levels.
2001-04-14: Top billing Infinity station in Chicago tells air staff they must attend Country Music Festival, work the crowd, and pay for their own tickets.
2001-04-14: US Navy radio transmitters in Italy closed down under environmental law.
2001-04-14: Look at radio deals and forecasts over past week.
2001-04-14: April 23 date set for trial of US radio host on animal cruelty charges.
2001-04-15: Arbitron shows increase in Internet listening for January but what effects will current US streaming row have on next figures?
2001-04-15: Look at licence and regulatory news of the week.
2001-04-16: Look at articles concerning radio over the past week, focusing on the issue of indecent and or illegal activities.
2001-04-16: US Radio Advertising Bureau issues annual NTR (non-Traditional Revenue) report.
2001-04-17: ABC radio joins big players cutting off Internet streaming but Cox and Entercom back online with ad insertion technology.
2001-04-17: BBC promotes its first interactive radio drama as offering 90 billion versions.
2001-04-17: Digital and satellite radio developments.
2001-04-18: Florida station fined $3000 for technical offences connected with signal monitoring systems and equipment.
2001-04-18: Bonneville Chicago station digs at rival WUSN's meanness in expecting staff to pay for event tickets/ launch of first Local Media Internet Venture on Bonneville's WLOP.
2001-04-18: More Digital and satellite radio developments.
2001-04-18: Measurecast Internet audio ratings show another fall in listening.
2001-04-19: Boston public radio station WGBH expresses interest in programme from former WBUR-FM host Christopher Lydon for its Cape Cod affiliates.
2001-04-19: Irish Times marks 75th anniversary of Irish State Radio with feature asking back-room radio staff for comment about the medium.
2001-04-19: Radio 1 Inc reduces revenue forecasts but NBG Network has strong first quarter.
2001-04-20: Radio hosts on the up, sideways and out in the US and UK.
2001-04-20: US radio shares bound up after interest rate cut -- apart that is for Sirius Satellite Radio.
2001-04-21: Chicago WUSN-FM staff no longer to have to pay for their own tickets to attend station-sponsored music festival.
2001-04-21: UK woman sues local radio station for real car to replace the toy she was given after winning a competition.
2001-04-21: Radio news veteran James Snyder dies aged 76.
2001-04-22: Court rules that UK woman should be paid £8000 cost of car she won in radio station competition; The station fired the DJ who gave her a toy car but is currently closed and court has yet to rule who pays.
2001-04-22: Look at licence and regulatory news of the week.
2001-04-23: Cash-rich UK's Guardian Media Group switches emphasis to acquiring more radio stations.
2001-04-23: Look at radio related items in the media including new technology and robotic voices.
2001-04-24: US National Association of Broadcasters NAB 2001 opens in Las Vegas/iBiquity announces new alliances on first day of the show.
2001-04-24: San Francisco host out afte ra decade following dispute over his continuing to do play-by-play work.
2001-04-24: Six jobs go at Sydney 2UE, taken over last month in Aus$90 million deal.
2001-04-25: Latest Measurecast Internet ratings who that cessation of streaming by many US radio stations has not led to audience fall.
2001-04-25: More streaming problems as US Copyright Office amends its regulations to re-affirm ruling that extra copyright fees are due when radio broadcasts are streamed on the Internet.
2001-04-26: Analyst says US satellite radio companies unlikely to survive in present form/more on satellite radio Low Power FM.
2001-04-26: Australian regulator reported likely to rule out bidder for community licence because of money made from associated CD sales/new DMG station hit by ratings delay.
2001-04-26: More US radio business deals.
2001-04-27: British watchdog upholds no complaints against radio in its latest bulletin.
2001-04-27: Conservative US talk-show host Dr Laura Schlessinger calls on US Religious Broadcasters to use airwaves to gain support for campaigns such as fighting Internet pornography.
2001-04-27: Irish court fines hoaxer who got on air pretending to be well-known sportsman and then said women should not play many Gaelic sports.
2001-04-27: PR man who acted for Austereo admits to writing letters which attacked rival DMG and amends his plea to court.
2001-04-28: Cost of spectrum puts mobile phone companies under severe strain.
2001-04-28: Busy week for US radio Q1 results including giants Clear Channel and Infinity.
2001-04-28: US FCC Commissioner Susan Ness to step down.
2001-04-29: Look at licence and regulatory news of the past week.
2001-04-29: Byron Butler, BBC radio football correspondent from 1968-1991, dies aged 66.
2001-04-30: UK Wireless Group reduces operating losses/says it should break even in 2002
2001-04-30: Illinois set to outlaw non-compete clauses in broadcasters' contracts of employment.
2001-04-30: Look at aspects of radio reflected in newspaper articles this week.
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