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FCGFunction Calling Graph
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FCGFederal Coordinator for Geology
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FCGFully Connected Grid (networking, peer to peer)
FCGFadilat Consulting Group (Kabul, Afghanistan)
FCGFull Cycle Governance
FCGFraction of Commercial Power Supplied by Gas
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FUJISANKEI COMMUNICATIONS GROUP (FCG: Chairman HisashiHieda) is Japan's largest media conglomerate consisting of 93 companies, 4 corporations, 3 museums and over 16,000 employees.
The company is a key company of Fujisankei Communications Group and an equity-method affiliate of Fuji Media Holdings (TYO:4676).
Livedoor bought a large number of Nippon Broadcasting shares in February 2005 in a failed attempt to wield influence over the Fujisankei Communications Group, which encompasses the radio station and Fuji Television Network Inc., one of Japan's biggest private TV broadcasters.
into wholly owned subsidiaries in line with a realignment of its Fujisankei Communications Group.
The move marks the first time that companies outside the Fujisankei Communications Group, to which Fuji TV and Nippon Broadcasting belong, have acknowledged support for Fuji TV's tender offer launched in January.
With the transactions slated for next April, Fuji TV will become the holding company of the Fujisankei Communications Group led by Fuji TV and will spearhead group-wide efforts to streamline operations, the TV broadcaster said.
Sources in the Fujisankei Communications Group, to which the radio broadcaster belongs, earlier said that Kamebuchi, along with Vice President Kunio Amai, are likely to step down in late June, when their tenures expire.
Fuji TV Chairman Hisashi Hieda indicated Tuesday the major TV network will purchase a controlling stake in companies belonging to the Fujisankei Communications Group if the companies ask Fuji TV, the core of the media conglomerate, to do so as a way to prevent Livedoor from wielding clout over their management.
The family that founded the Fujisankei Communications Group is seeking nullification of its sales last year of Nippon Broadcasting System Inc.
However, Nippon Broadcasting President Akinobu Kamebuchi stressed the previous day the need for the warrants scheme by saying that the company's departure from the Fujisankei Communications Group would significantly damage its corporate value.
Horie said over the weekend that the corporate value of the radio broadcaster, which Livedoor is trying to take over, would rise further under Livedoor than as part of the Fujisankei Communications Group, to which it currently belongs.