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This is the first comprehensive and current guide to the complex legal and business issues involved in modern communications. Communications Law and Practice offers clear explanations of the laws regulating telephony, including: cellular telephone advances; radio and television broadcasting; and wireless communications and communications satellites. It provides an overview of key technical and business developments for each industry, such as recent mergers and acquisitions in the telecommunications industry, as well as an examination of the legislative, regulatory and judicial reactions to these developments. Throughout, it contains useful insights into directions in communications law and policy, including digital media developments.
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Table of contents
A Brief History of Communications Regulation in the United States
Regulation of Broadcasting: AM & FM Radio
Regulation of Broadcasting: Television
Telephony: FCC and Judicial Oversight of Domestic Regulatory Concerns
Telephony: Regulatory Oversight of Domestic and International Market Structure and Wireless Communications
Communications Satellite Regulation
International Communications Law and Policy in the United States
New Directions in Communications Law and Policy