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Regulating broadcast programming

by Thomas G. Krattenmaker

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Published by MIT Press, AEI Press in Cambridge, Mass, Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Broadcasting policy -- United States.,
    • Radio broadcasting -- Deregulation -- United States.,
    • Television broadcasting -- Deregulation -- United States.,
    • Fairness doctrine (Broadcasting) -- United States.,
    • Broadcasting -- Law and legislation -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [333]-348) and indexes.

      StatementThomas G. Krattenmaker, Lucas A. Powe, Jr.
      SeriesAEI studies in telecommunications deregulation
      ContributionsPowe, L. A. Scot.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHE8689.8 .K73 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 369 p. ;
      Number of Pages369
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1102518M
      ISBN 100262111950
      LC Control Number94027466

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        Town of Gilbert: “Government regulation of speech is content based if a law applies to particular speech because of the topic discussed or the idea or message expressed.” The dissenting justices in Turner I pointed out that the must-carry statute requires the FCC to consider the content of the broadcast programming. The must-carry statute. and secondary distribution of broadcast programs as well as experiences in providing quality of service for DTTB. In more detail, the Handbook considers: 1) Technical aspects on the introduction of digital terrestrial and multimedia broadcasting.

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Powe, Lucas A., L. Scot Powe. Technology was the driving force in encouraging regulation of broadcast. "The physical limitation on the airwaves or electromagnetic spectrum restricts the number of stations". [1] Regulation of radio was set in motion in when the US Congress felt legislation was needed over the.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Description: XIV, Seiten ; 24 cm. Contents: The regulatory scheme created - the Radio Act ofHerbert Hoover and the early growth of radio, the rise and fall of Hoover's policy, the Radio Act ofthe Federal Radio commission, the commission and the courts; market failure - framework for defining "public.

Regulating Broadcast Programming. AEI Press. Economics. December 7, This book is a review of past and present efforts to regulate the content of radio and television.

Krattenmaker and. Get this from a library. Regulating broadcast programming. [Thomas G Krattenmaker; L A Scot Powe] -- The American Enterprise Institute's Studies in Telecommunications Deregulation present new research on telecommunications policy, with particular emphasis on reforms of federal and state regulatory.

Thomas Krattenmaker & Lucas Powe, "Regulating Broadcast Programming," Books, American Enterprise Institute, number: RePEc:aei:rpbook The Communications Act. The FCC was created by Congress in the Communications Act for the purpose of “regulating interstate and foreign commerce in communication by wire and radio so as to make available, so far as possible, to all the people of the United States, without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex, a rapid, efficient, Nation-wide, and world.

Q: Does the FCC regulate the content of cable programming. A: Cable television system operators generally make their own selection of channels and programs to be distributed to subscribers in response to consumer demands. The Commission does, however, have rules in some areas that are applicable to programming -- called "origination cablecasting" in the rules -- that are subject to the.

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Regulating broadcast programming Item Preview remove-circle. Indecent programming was defined as "patently offensive as measured by contemporary community standards for the broadcast medium and describes sexual or excretory activities and organs." Obscene programming was prohibited at all times in the s, but "indecent" programming was allowed at certain times, typically after hours when children went.

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Drake's Cyclopedia of Radio & Electronics Many editions available. Rider Library Some of the more than books published by Rider: SAMS Library A collection of technical books from Howard Sams: TAB Books. The Federal Communications Commission regulates radio, television, wire, satellite and cable communication in the US and territories.

It is an independent agency created by Congress through Title 47 of the US Code. FCC regulations extend from that law, reflecting a regulatory philosophy summed up in the phrase: “public interest, convenience and necessity.”.

Regulation. Amidst the fast-changing broadcast media landscape, the present book examined many “balancing acts” which stake-holders both in government and private sector have to undertake to establish and maintain an effective and credible broadcast regulation mechanism.

For example, it requires a balancing act to determine which aspects of. the last book for a general audience on the sub- ject of broadcast programming regulation. In 25 years only economic historians will find the sub- ject of interest. Regulating what a company can and cannot host on its site is uncomfortable for a reason: Freedom of speech is really, really important.

that required those with a broadcast license to conduct. The broadcast of children's programming by terrestrial television stations in the United States is regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), under regulations colloquially referred to as the Children's Television Act (CTA), the E/I rules, or the Kid Vid rules.

Sinceall full-power and Class A low-power television stations have been required to broadcast at least three. Although, for the reasons discussed earlier, the Commission is generally prohibited from regulating broadcast content, the courts have held that the FCC’s regulation of obscene and indecent programming is constitutional, because of the compelling societal interests in protecting children from potentially harmful programming and supporting.

The Code of Practices for Television Broadcasters, also known as the Television Code, was a set of ethical standards adopted by the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) of the United States for television programming from to The code was created to self-regulate the industry in hopes of avoiding a proposed government Advisory Board and satisfying parental concerns over.Additionally he has co-authored Regulating Broadcast Programming (MIT ) and written scores of articles.

Powe was also a principal commentator on the four-part PBS series "The Supreme Court." He is also a Professor of Government and has been a visiting professor at Berkeley, Connecticut, and Georgetown. Courses for Fall Lowest level of service available and required by federal law to include, at a minimum, the retransmission of local television broadcast signals and local public access channels in the event programming in a community is subject to rate regulation, rates for the basic service tier are the only programming rates currently regulated.