Matthew L. Gibson

Paul Hastings (Washington)
Lawyer (Associate)

Matthew Gibson is an associate in the Corporate practice of Paul Hastings. His practice focuses on the regulatory implications of mergers and acquisitions, new venture formations, private equity financing, and joint ventures in the media, broadcasting, and communications sectors.

In particular, Mr. Gibson has significant experience in broadcasting matters, including advising television and radio operators, as well as investors and lenders. He regularly represents clients before the Federal Communications Commission in connection with a variety of transactional matters, including review by CFIUS and Team Telecom of proposed foreign investment in U.S. telecommunications companies. In addition, he works with clients on a broad range of FCC regulatory issues, including the FCC’s rules relating to ownership reporting (including foreign ownership and attribution issues), political advertising, children’s programming, telemarketing, and spectrum allocation. Mr. Gibson has also advised clients on FCC rule making proceedings, including assisting with comments and their participation in such proceedings.


Lawyer (Associate)

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Sheppard Mullin (San Francisco)
Paul Hastings (Washington)


96 Bulletin

Eric Dodson Greenberg, Matthew L. Gibson, Michael Cohen The US DoJ announces that it would conditionally approves a proposed merger in the radio advertising market on the divestiture of three radio stations in two overlap markets (Cumulus Media / Citadel Broadcasting)


On September 8, 2011, the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) Antitrust Division announced that it would condition its approval of Cumulus Media Inc.’s proposed merger with Citadel Broadcasting on the divestiture of three radio stations in two overlap markets . In its court filings, the DOJ (...)

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