Regulating Broadcast Programming

Regulating Broadcast Programming

by Thomas G. Krattenmaker, Lucas A. Powe Jr.
     
 

The authors argue that TV regulation should be based on the same principles used for print media, for which control of editorial content lies in private hands rather than the government.  See more details below

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The authors argue that TV regulation should be based on the same principles used for print media, for which control of editorial content lies in private hands rather than the government.

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A review of past and present efforts to regulate the content of radio and television. Krattenmaker (law, College of William and Mary) and Powe (law, government, U. of Texas) argue that such regulation should be based on the same principles used for print media, where control of editorial content lies in private hands rather than the government. They discuss the origins of broadcast regulation and the statutory and constitutional standards under which broadcast licensees operate. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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ISBN-13:
9780844740577
Publisher:
Aei Press
Publication date:
01/01/1994
Pages:
369
Product dimensions:
6.29(w) x 9.41(h) x 1.41(d)

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