Radio Union v. Broadcast Svc. of Mobile, Inc.,
380 U.S. 255 (1965)

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Radio Union v. Broadcast Svc. of Mobile, Inc., 380 U.S. 255 (1965)

Radio & Television Broadcast Technicians Local Union 1264,

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AFL-CIO v.

Broadcast Service of Mobile, Inc.

No. 61

Argued March 2-3, 1965

Decided March 15, 1965

380 U.S. 255


The National Labor Relations Board declines jurisdiction over radio stations with yearly gross receipts below $100,000, but takes jurisdiction where several nominally separate entities comprise an integrated enterprise of a single employer having receipts in excess of that figure. Where, as here, the criteria of interrelation of operations, common management and ownership, and centralized control of labor relations are met, the Board will assert jurisdiction, and state jurisdiction must yield.

276 Ala. 93, 159 So. 2d 452, reversed.

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