Modern Communications Law

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MODERN COMMUNICATIONS LAW

Donald E. Lively

PRAEGER New York Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xiii
  • INTRODUCTION: MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS POLICY PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE 1
  • Notes 3
  • Part One THE PROPERTIES AND CONTEXT OF MEDIA 5
  • Chapter 1 General Constitutional Considerations 7
  • Notes 49
  • Chapter 2 Freedom of the Press and Competing Interests 55
  • Notes 161
  • Chapter 3 Economic Regulation of the Media Industry 169
  • Notes 177
  • Part Two STRUCTURAL REGULATION OF THE MEDIA 181
  • Notes 181
  • Chapter 4 the Newspaper Industry 183
  • Notes 197
  • Chapter 5 the Broadcasting Industry 201
  • Notes 252
  • Chapter 6 the Cable Industry 257
  • Notes 285
  • Chapter 7 Common Carriers 289
  • Notes 318
  • Part Three CONTENT REGULATION OF THE MEDIA 321
  • Notes 322
  • Chapter 8 the Print Media 325
  • Notes 336
  • Chapter 9 Broadcasting 339
  • Notes 480
  • Chapter 10 Cable 489
  • Notes 512
  • Chapter 11 Common Carriers 515
  • Notes 524
  • Appendix A NEW TECHNOLOGIES 525
  • Notes 528
  • Appendix B COMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1934 531
  • TABLE OF CASES 557
  • TABLE OF AUTHORITIES 565
  • Index 569
  • About the Author 573
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