This book engages in advanced analysis of the key constitutional, administrative, and economic issues that arise in the various telecommunications settings. The new edition will continue the tradition of the first by offering a comprehensive yet lively and accessible introduction to the various regulatory regimes applicable to broadcast radio, broadcast television, cable television, all forms of telephony, and the Internet.
The second edition will contain discussions and journal excerpts in addition to excerpts from important legal materials � the cases and FCC documents that define regulatory policy today � designed to help readers understand the technologies, economic principles, and business strategies that undergird the modern telecommunications market. The authors have streamlined much of the older material, resulting in a more compact casebook that will focus the bulk of its materials on current controversies and modern regulatory strategies. Summaries and previews at the start of each set of readings still help students know what to read for and questions at the end of each set still encourage students to think critically about those materials.
|Publisher:||Carolina Academic Press|
|Product dimensions:||7.20(w) x 10.30(h) x 1.80(d)|