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Editors: Largo, Martha P.
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In a world where televisions are blaring incessently in our faces, who is responsible for determining ownership of the air waves and what, if any, limits exist on the content? The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) is the correct answer. It should not come as much a surprise that this alphabet-soup agency reflects the ideology of whichever wing of the political party occupies the White House at any given time. This new book presents issues relevant to the FCC as well as the Structure of the agency.

Table of Contents:
Preface; FCC Media Ownership Rules (Charles B. Goldfarb); The Viacom Transaction and Beyond: The Federal Communications Commission Tax Certificate Program (Angele A. Gilroy); The Federal Communications Commission: What Role for the Future? (Angele A. Gilroy and Marcia S. Smith); Action to Bar FCC from Setting Religious Programming Standards for Noncommercial Educational TV Stations (Denis Steven Rutkus); FCC Auctions (Richard M. Nunno); Electromagnetic Spectrum Auction: an Economic Analysis of the C-Block Auctions (Gwenell Bass); Disapproving Federal Communications Commission Broadcast Media Ownership Rule (Kay Bailey); About the FCC; Index.

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2004
   ISBN: 1-59454-086-1
  
  
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