By Donald E. Lively
This book provides the most comprehensive and contemporary coverage available of communications law, a subject characterized by rapidly expanding and changing horizons. Broader in focus than any other book on the topic, Modern Communications Law considers the media's nature and context, structural governance of the communications industry, and content issues. The author provides an exhaustive study of telephone communications, as well as print, broadcasting, and new media including cable. The book is designed particularly for pertinent law school courses and will also be a key source for legal practitioners, media industry professionals, and government regulators and policymakers.
- New York