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The FCC and the Politics of Cable TV Regulation, 1952-1980: Organizational ...

Michael J. Zarkin - Law - 2010 - 208 pages
While other studies have examined the history of cable television regulation, none has fully explained why the FCC struggled to develop regulations during its formative years ...
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Anti-indecency groups and the Federal Communications Commission: a study in ...

Kimberly Zarkin - Business & Economics - 2003 - 160 pages
Kimberly Zarkin is an assistant professor in the Communication Program at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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The Federal Communications Commission: What Role?

Martha P. Largo - Political Science - 2004 - 109 pages
In a world where televisions are blaring incessantly in our faces, who is responsible for determining ownership of the air waves and what, if any, limits exist on the content ...
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Organizational Learning in the Global Context

M. Leann Brown, Michael Kenney, Michael J. Zarkin - Political Science - 2006 - 289 pages
Packed with case studies all based on original research, this volume investigates how various organizations exploit experience and knowledge to change their activities and ...
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Social learning and the history of U.S. telecommunications policy, 1900-1996 ...

Michael J. Zarkin - Business & Economics - 2003 - 217 pages
With the passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Congress opened the door for an industry that was once heavily regulated to take bold steps in the directions of ...
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How America Got On-line: Politics, Markets, and the Revolution in ...

Alan Stone - Political Science - 2015 - 384 pages
The telecommunications industry is the fastest growing sector of the US economy. This interdisciplinary study of technopolitical economics traces the industry's evolution from ...
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Captive Audience: The Telecom Industry and Monopoly Power in the New Gilded Age

Susan P. Crawford - Law - 2013 - 256 pages
Ten years ago, the United States stood at the forefront of the Internet revolution. With some of the fastest speeds and lowest prices in the world for high-speed Internet ...
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Media Economics: Theory and Practice

Alison Alexander, James E. Owers, Rod Carveth, C. Ann Hollifield, Albert N. Greco - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2003 - 312 pages
Media Economics: Theory and Practice focuses on the basic principles of economics in the business sector and applies them to contemporary media industries. This text examines ...
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The Telecommunications Industry

Susan E. McMaster - Business & Economics - 2002 - 191 pages
The telephone used to be a luxury item. Today, 95% of Americans have telephone service, and many carry their phones wherever they go. McMaster chronicles the fascinating story ...
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Broadcasting Policy in Canada

Robert Armstrong - Political Science - 2010 - 296 pages
Where did Canadian content regulations come from? What do international trade agreements mean for existing broadcasting policy and business practices? How are new media ...
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