Telecommunications Regulation: Cable, Broadcasting, Satellite, and the Internet
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Telecommunications Regulation: Cable, Broadcasting, Satellite, and the Internet, with its special emphasis on the Telecommunications Act of 1996, is the most comprehensive treatise available on local, state, and federal regulation of these emerging modes of telecommunications. Formerly known as Cable Television Law, the treatise features detailed discussions of the topics at the heart of the tension between telephone, data, and video regulation. With its coverage of the latest developments, established law, and historical background, Telecommunications Regulation: Cable, Broadcasting, Satellite, and the Internet is a complete reference resource for both in-house and outside counsel to television, telephone, cable, satellite, broadcasting, computer and online companies.
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Table of contents
PART I: Broadcasting
CHAPTER 1: ORIGINS OF CABLE REGULATION IN BROADCAST REGULATION
CHAPTER 2: PRACTICAL GUIDE AND SUMMARY OF POLITICAL BROADCAST REGULATION
CHAPTERS 3-4 [Reserved]
PART II: Cable
CHAPTER 5: DEVELOPMENT OF CABLE TELEVISION
CHAPTER 6: FCC JURISDICTION OVER CABLE TELEVISION
CHAPTER 7: FCC AND COPYRIGHT REGULATION OF BROADCAST SIGNAL CARRIAGE BY CABLE TELEVISION SYSTEMS
CHAPTER 7A: LICENSING MUSIC FOR CABLE, DBS, AND THE INTERNET
CHAPTER 8: FEDERAL REGULATION OF THE CONTENT OF PROGRAMMING ORIGINATED BY CABLE SYSTEMS
CHAPTER 9: FCC CABLE OWNERSHIP RESTRICTIONS
CHAPTER 10: FCC EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY RULES AND MINORITY OWNERSHIP POLICIES APPLICABLE TO CABLE SYSTEMS
CHAPTER 11: USE OF AERONAUTICAL RADIO FREQUENCIES
CHAPTER 12: TRANSFER OF CABLE TELEVISION SYSTEMS
CHAPTER 13: STATE AND MUNICIPAL (OR LOCAL GOVERNMENT) FRANCHISING OF CABLE TELEVISION
CHAPTER 13A: REGULATION OF RATES
CHAPTER 14: REGULATION OF CABLE'S TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES
CHAPTER 14A: INTERNET TELEPHONY
CHAPTER 15: PUBLIC ACCESS TO CABLE SYSTEMS
CHAPTER 15A: LEASED COMMERCIAL ACCESS TO CABLE SYSTEMS
CHAPTER 16: CABLE SYSTEMS--UTILITY COMPANY NEGOTIATIONS FOR POLE ATTACHMENTS
CHAPTER 16A: COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN CABLE SYSTEMS AND CONSUMER ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT
CHAPTER 17A: PRIVACY ISSUES IN CABLE AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
CHAPTER 17B: CABLE PROGRAMMING NETWORKS
PART III: The Internet
CHAPTER 17C: INTERNET ISSUES OF CONCERN TO CABLE OPERATORS
CHAPTER 17D: WIRELESS INTERNET BROADBAND SERVICE
PART IV: Satellite and Other Technologies
CHAPTER 18: SUBSCRIPTION TELEVISION ("STV")
CHAPTER 19: BROADBAND RADIO SERVICE ("BRS")
CHAPTER 20: DIRECT BROADCAST SATELLITES ("DBS")
CHAPTER 21: SATELLITE MASTER ANTENNA TELEVISION (SMATV)
CHAPTER 22: CABLE ACCESS TO MULTI-UNIT BUILDINGS AND PRIVATE DEVELOPMENTS
CHAPTER 23: LOW POWER TELEVISION ("LPTV")
CHAPTER 23A: HOME VIDEO SYSTEMS: VIDEO-CASSETTES AND VIDEO-DISCS
CHAPTER 23B: HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION ("HDTV")
PART V: Legal Issues Common to Telecommunications Technologies
CHAPTER 24: ANTITRUST ISSUES IN CABLE TV AND OTHER VIDEO TECHNOLOGIES
CHAPTER 24A: COMPETITIVE PROGRAMMING ACCESS ISSUES UNDER 1992 CABLE ACT
CHAPTER 25: FEDERAL REGULATION OF SATELLITE AND TERRESTRIAL VIDEO DELIVERY SERVICES
CHAPTER 26: CABLE AND OTHER PAY VIDEO THEFT OF SERVICE
CHAPTER 29: TAX ISSUES
CHAPTER 29A: TELEMARKETING REGULATION BY THE FCC AND FTC
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