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Federal Communications Commission, Washington, DC. – 1977
This report outlines the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) regulatory authority over the licensing and operation of commercial, educational, and public broadcasting in the United States. Also described are rules and regulations governing the program content and advertising, in relation to the fairness doctrine, free speech, and public…
Descriptors: Administrative Agencies, Broadcast Industry, Certification, Federal Legislation
Mengel, Lucia M. – 1974
Cable Television franchises in 20 Florida communities were analyzed to determine rates and citizens' rights of access as required by FCC regulations. It was found that rates ranged from $4.95 to $8.75, with the average monthly service at $5.65. Fees had little to do with an overall citizens' rights; the companies with higher rates generally made…
Descriptors: Cable Television, Citizen Participation, Citizen Role, Civil Liberties
The History Division of the proceedings contains the following 18 papers: "Woman as Machine: Representation of Female Clerical Workers in Interwar Magazines" (Jane Marcellus); "'So Vivid A Crossroads': The FCC and Broadcast Allocation, 1934-1939" (James C. Foust); "Cattle Barons Vs. Ink Slingers: The Decline and Fall of…
Descriptors: Broadcast Television, Censorship, Federal Legislation, Females
Federal Communications Commission, Washington, DC. – 1976
This report summarizes major rule making actions since 1972, current rules and regulations, and guidelines for citizen participation in FCC (Federal Communications Commission) processes related to cable television regulation. A large portion of the report pertains to current rules and regulations in the areas of certificate of compliance,…
Descriptors: Broadcast Industry, Cable Television, Certification, Citizen Participation