Regulating Broadcast Programming

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American Enterprise Institute, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 369 pages
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This work evaluates the principal content regulations and the statutory and constitutional standards under which broadcast licensees operate. The authors assert that broadcast content regulation has failed in the United States and outline a different set of regulatory policies and principles.
 

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SUL (Bird 3): HE8689.8 .K73 1995

Contents

Market Failure
33
Broadcasters Special Access to a Unique
46
Diversity
59
Conformity
103
The Public Interest
143
Broadcasting and the Supreme Court
175
8
203
The Fairness Doctrine
237
Regulatory Failure
277
Reinventing Broadcast Regulation
297
References
333
Case and Regulatory Proceeding Index
349
Name Index 555
355
Subject Index 567
361
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Lucas A. Powe, Jr. holds the Anne Green Regents Chair at the University of Texas, where he teaches in the School of Law and the Department of Government.

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