cross-ownership

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cross- +‎ ownership

NounEdit

cross-ownership (uncountable)

  1. The ownership by a single organization of more than one kind of media outlet, e.g. both newspapers and television.
    • 2009, Tom Robinson, Media Ownership
      Researchers have sought to determine whether cross-ownership between newspapers and television stations really does have an impact on coverage.
    • 1981, United States. Federal Communications Commission, Annual Report (issue 47, page 38)
      More specifically, the rules prohibit cross-ownership of cable television systems and television stations within the same local service area (Grade B signal contour), television translator stations and cable systems in the same community, []