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Tanenbaum, Morris – 1987
The press of telecommunication technologies and their progeny have undermined the natural monopoly basis for long distance telecommunications and customer premise products, forced open regulatory doors, toppled barriers to market entry, and led to the reshaping of regulatory philosophy as regulators have seen new, wider horizons for the industry.…
Descriptors: Change Strategies, Federal Regulation, Government Role, Technological Advancement
Kleiman, Howard – 1983
The fairness doctrine states that broadcasters must devote a reasonable amount of time covering contrasting views of public issues. The debate over abolition of the doctrine has largely ignored the possibility that public broadcast stations licensed to government entities may be subject to political and constitutional pressures that would warrant…
Descriptors: Broadcast Industry, Court Litigation, Ethics, Federal Legislation