Cable franchising and regulation: a local government guide to the new law
Cynthia M. Pols, Norman M. Sinel, Paul S. Ryerson, National League of Cities, United States Conference of Mayors, Arnold & Porter
National League of Cities and U.S. Conference of Mayors, in cooperation with Arnold & Porter, Mar 1, 1985 - Law - 400 pages
This guidebook discusses the complex provisions of the Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984. It includes information on franchise fees, rate regulations, renewals, grandfathering, access, antitrust, and a section-by-section analysis of the law and what it means to local governments.
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