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Its revenues, which were related to advertising and were indexed compared to the number of listeners/viewers, failed to compensate for its heavy investments in purchasing and building stations.
During a hearing on Wednesday the man was expected to be committed to the District Court for sentencing.Having no power over the networks themselves, the FCC established a regulation forbidding licenses to be issued for radio stations if they were affiliated with a network which already owned multiple networks a package that included leases on landlines, three pending television licenses (WJZ-TV in New York City, KGO-TV in San Francisco and WENR-TV in Chicago), 60 affiliates, four operations facilities (in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles and Washington D.C.), contracts with actors, and the brand associated with the Blue Network. offered .5 million to purchase the network, but the offer was rejected by Woods and RCA president David Sarnoff. The network acquired Detroit radio station WXYZ from King Trendle Broadcasting in 1946 for a little less than million (the station remained under ABC ownership until 1984).The NBC Blue Network was created in 1927 for the primary purpose of testing new programs on markets of lesser importance than those served by NBC Red, which served the major cities, In 1934, Mutual filed a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding its difficulties in establishing new stations, in a radio market that was already being saturated by NBC and CBS.At that time, the NBC Red Network was the principal radio network in the United States and, according to the FCC, RCA was using NBC Blue to eliminate any hint of competition.Noble received other offers, including one from CBS founder William S.Paley; however, a merger with CBS would have forced that network to sell its New York City and Los Angeles stations at the very least.Before the freeze ended in 1952, there were only 108 existing television stations in the United States; a few major cities (such as Boston) had only two television stations, many other cities (such as Pittsburgh and St.Louis) had only one, and still many others (such as Denver and Portland) did not yet have any television service.More charges could be laid against an Adelaide chiropractor who has admitted to using hidden cameras to indecently film hundreds of his patients including children, the Adelaide Magistrates Court has heard.Last month the man, whose identity is suppressed, pleaded guilty to 216 charges including indecent filming, production of child exploitation material and assault.