Cable television and a regulatory policy
Read Online
Share

Cable television and a regulatory policy Federal Communications Commission : report to the Subcommittee on Communications, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce by United States. General Accounting Office

  • 850 Want to read
  • ·
  • 79 Currently reading

Published by General Accounting Office in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Cable television

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby the Comptroller General of the United States.
ContributionsUnited States. Federal Communications Commission.
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 22 leaves ;
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14507058M
OCLC/WorldCa3419896

Download Cable television and a regulatory policy

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

This book examines the case of reregulating cable television and shows that viewers gained far more than they lost during the brief deregulatory era because cable services expanded so rapidly in. In , cable television operators primarily carried broadcast signals that could not be received adequately over the air. That year, a Cabinet-level committee recommended that regulation of cable fundamentally change when the cable industry penetrated fifty percent of U.S. homes. Instead of selecting any of their program services, the cable operators would be treated as pure carriers Cited by: 7.   A summary of a panel discussion by seven participants in the Federal Communications Commission's cable television rulemaking. Analysis of the potential impact of cable on over-the-air broadcasting was a prominent part of the rulemaking; but did it make any difference in the outcome? The panelists discussed how analysis was used and what effect it had on the rules finally by: 1. The Cable Communications Policy Act of “deregulated” parts of the cable industry, largely freeing cable operators from rate regulations. The predictable result was that between (the effective date of deregulation) and , there was massive and rapid growth in cable investments and in .

Rather than simply summarizing and critiquing policy decisions, the book paints a picture of the people, ideas, and politics that shaped cable television regulation during these formative years. The FCC and the Politics of Cable TV Regulation, – will be of interest to scholars who study regulatory agencies, the policy process, and. Starting July 1, , cable television customers will have the option of directly purchasing a set-top box rather than renting it from their cable operator. Daniel Brenner was interviewed about.   Direction to broadcasters of pay channels under section 13 of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act, , read with clause 4A of the Telecommunication (Broadcasting and Cable) Services (Second) Tariff Order, (6 of ) and clause 10 of the: 09/05/ Broadcasting and Cable Services: Download ( MB). Cable television, on the brink of a boom in the s, promised audiences a new media frontier-an expansive new variety of entertainment and information choices. Music video, 24–hour news, hour weather, movie channels, children's channels, home shopping, and channels targeting groups based on demographic characteristics or interests were Cited by:

Most rates charged by cable television companies are not regulated by the FCC. Your state-approved local franchising authority (LFA) – usually a city, county, or other governmental organization – may regulate the rate your provider can charge for "basic" cable service, but only when your provider is not faced with effective competition from another cable service provider. Cato Institute Policy Analysis No. Cable Television: An Unnatural Monopoly Ma Clint Bolick. Clint Bolick is an attorney specializing in constitutional litigation with Mountain. Thus, this book presents an analysis of how cable television came to be a question before the FCC, the cable industry's structure, costs, profits, and impact, and the evolution of the FCC's regulatory systems. The common carrier debate, the potential of broadcast .   Direction to Multi-System Operators (MSOs) under sect read with sub-clauses (i) and (v) of clause (b) of sub-section (1) of sect of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act, and regulation 8 of the Telecommunication (Broadcasting a: 13/12/ Broadcasting and Cable Services: Download ( KB).