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Media Industry Programming, Competition and Copyright Issues $130.00
Editors: Ryan E. Moore
Book Description:
The media industry plays a vital role in informing and entertaining the public. Media ownership and the availability of diverse programming have been a long-standing concern of Congress. Despite numerous programming choices in television and radio available to the public, some studies have reported that independently produced programming, that is, programming not affiliated with broadcast networks or cable operators, has decreased through the years. This book discusses the extent to which the sources of television programming have changed over the last decade; the factors industry stakeholders identified as affecting the availability of independent television programming; and the factors industry stakeholders identified as influencing decisions in radio. (Imprint: Nova Music)

Table of Contents:
Preface

Media Programming: Factors Influencing the Availability of Independent Programming in Television and Programming Decisions in Radio, pp. 1-41
(GAO)

How the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act (STELA) Updates Copyright and Carriage Rules for the Retransmission of Broadcast Television Signals, pp. 43-75
(Charles B. Goldfarb)

Legal Challenge to the FCC's Media Ownership Rules: An Overview of Prometheus Radio v. FCC and Recent Regulatory Developments, pp. 77-91
(Kathleen Ann Ruane)

Joint Written Testimony of Brian L. Roberts, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Comcast Corporation and Jeff Zucker, President and Chief Executive Officer, NBC Universal, before the Committee to the Judiciary, Hearing on "Competition in the Media and Entertainment Distribution Market", pp. 93-110

Testimony of Thomas W. Hazlett, Panel on the Comcast-NBCU Venture, before the Committee to the Judiciary, Hearing on "Competition in the Media and Entertainment Distribution Market", pp. 111-114

Testimony of Dr. Mark Cooper, Director of Research, Consumer Federation of America, before the Committee to the Judiciary, Hearing on "Competition in the Media and Entertainment Distribution Market", pp. 115-130

Testimony of Larry Cohen, President, Communications Workers of America, before the Committee to the Judiciary, Hearing on "Competition in the Media and Entertainment Distribution Market", pp. 131-140

Testimony of Andrew Jay Schwartzman, President and CEO, Media Access Project, before the Committee to the Judiciary, Hearing on "Competition in the Media and Entertainment Distribution Market", pp. 141-153

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   Series:
      Media and Communications - Technologies, Policies and Challenges
   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 6 x 9 (NBC - G)
   ISBN: 978-1-61122-618-8
   Status: AV
  
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