Federal Communications Law Journal

Trade journal covering communications law. Published in cooperation with the Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington.

Articles from Vol. 58, No. 2, April

An Economic Approach to the Regulation of Direct Marketing
I. INTRODUCTION II. THE GROWTH OF DIRECT MARKETING A. Public Reaction to Direct Marketing B. The Literature on Direct Marketing III. THE FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYSIS OF THE VOLUME PROBLEM A. The Mathematical Model B. An Example of Welfare-Reducing...
Brand X and the Wireline Broadband Report and Order: The Beginning of the End of the Distinction between Title I and Title II Services
I. INTRODUCTION II. EVOLUTION OF THE BOUNDARIES BETWEEN REGULATED AND UNREGULATED SERVICES A. Basic Versus Enhanced Services: The Computer Inquiry Line of Decisions B. The Telecommunications Act of 1996 III. INITIAL DIVERGENT...
Cable Operators' Fifth Amendment Claims Applied to Digital Must-Carry
I. INTRODUCTION II. MUST-CARRY AND RETRANSMISSION CONSENT RULES A. Analog Must-Carry B. Analog Must-Carry Ru les Are Ctitutional C. Digital Must-Carry III. CABLE FIFTH AMENDMENT CLAIMS A. Physical Appropriation B. Regulatory...
Rethinking Reform of the FCC: A Reply to Randolph May
I. INTRODUCTION II. RANDOLPH MAY'S CALL FOR AGENCY REFORM III. EXPLORING THE NEED FOR AGENCY REFORM XV. EXPANDING THE CONTEXTUAL SETTING OF THE REFORM DEBATE A. Previous FCC Decisions B. International Organizations C. Congress ...
Rethinking Regulation of Advertising Aimed at Children
I. INTRODUCTION: A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE REGULATION OF ADVERTISING AIMED AT CHILDREN II. THE SCOPE OF THE CTA AND THE GOVERNMENT'S GENERAL PURPOSE IN PRESCRIBING COMMERCIAL LIMITS FOR CHILDREN'S TELEVISION PROGRAMS III. THE HARMS CAUSED...
Spread Spectrum Is Good - but It Does Not Obsolete NBC V. U.S.!
I. INTRODUCTION II. PURPOSE AND APOLOGY III. ANALYSIS A. Assertion One: Spread Spectrum Eliminates Interference B. Assertion Two: Signals Below the Noise Floor Are Harmless IV. CONCLUSION I. INTRODUCTION This short Article...