Federal Communications Law Journal

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

Articles from Vol. 66, No. 2, April

Advertising and Childhood Obesity: The Role of the Federal Government in Limiting Children's Exposure to Unhealthy Food Advertisements
Table of Contents I. Introduction II. the Role of the Federal Government in Curbing Childhood Obesity III. The Inadequacy of Self-Regulation IV. International Perspectives A. Overview of Efforts to Limit Unhealthy Food Advertisements ...
Editor's Note
Welcome to the second Issue of Volume 66 of the Federal Communications Law Journal, the nation's premier communications law journal and the official journal of the Federal Communications Bar Association. This Issue presents pieces on a variety of...
Market Mechanisms and the Efficient Use and Management of Scarce Spectrum Resources
Table of Contents I. INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND III. INEFFICIENT USE OF SPECTRUM BY GOVERNMENT A. Economics of Inefficient Use B. Pricing Spectrum to Improve Efficiency--Or Not IV. THE EFFICACY OF EXISTING PROPOSALS TO IMPROVE GOVERNMENT'S...
Network Neutrality and Broadband Service Providers' First Amendment Right to Free Speech
TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION II. NETWORK NEUTRALITY AND THE DEBATE OVER BSPS' FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS A. The Debate Over the Order B. First Amendment Protections for Speech Transmitters 1. Free Speech Rights for Newspaper...
No Dialtone: The End of the Public Switched Telephone Network
TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION II. THE TRANSITION A. Goodbye to All That 1. The Public Switched Telephone Network 2. The Incredible Shrinking Network 3. The Carriers Make Their Move 4. Changing...
No Dialtone: The End of the Public Switched Telephone Network
III. RECONCEIVING THE INTERNETWORK A. What Falls Away The switched telephone network and its accompanying regulatory and business arrangements deserve to die. Their era has passed. However, that does not mean that the idea of a public network...
The Effective Prohibition Preemption in Modern Wireless Tower Siting
TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND A. History of the Effective Prohibition Preemption B. The Circuit Split on What Constitutes a Significant Gap in Coverage 1. The Single Provider Rule 2. The Multiple...
The First Amendment and Public Television Advertising: The Need for Clarity after Minority Television
TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction II. Background A. Facts of the Case B. Procedural History and Lower Court Opinions III. The Minority Television En Banc Opinions A. The Majority B. The Partial Concurrence and Dissent C....