Copyright obligations for cable television: pros and cons
Research and International Affairs Branch, Bureau of Corporate Affairs, 1980 - Copyright - 83 pages
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THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF COPYRIGHT PROPOSALS
EMPIRICAL TEST OF IMPACT OF CABLE
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additional adver advertising rates American stations audience segmentation audience size average axqeD axqeo BBM area Cable companies Cable increases Cable on broadcasters Cable penetration Cable Television Canada Canadian broadcasters CATV operator CATV penetration rate CATV viewers CBLT coefficient of variation compulsory licensing contour copyright holders copyright owners copyright payments copyright policy copyright proposals cost decrease dependent variable distant stations distant viewers dummy variable Economic Council effect of Cable estimate Herfindahl index impact of Cable implies increased viewing increases advertising revenues influence introduction of CATV Keyes and Brunet large stations license fee market fragmentation measure negative over-the-air broadcasters percentage population program suppliers qeqq rediffusion reduce advertising revenues regression relationship retransmission royalties shows signal coverage significant studies sxqq Table A-l television viewing transmission mechanism viewers are worth viewing habits viewing hours watch more television watching television