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by Patricia A. Aufderheide


The passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 inaugurated a new and highly volatile era in telecommunications

The passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 inaugurated a new and highly volatile era in telecommunications. The first major overhaul of . Drawing upon her 'parallel life' as one of the nation's leading pop culture critics, Aufderheide turns the story of the 1996 Telecommunications Act into a book that is actually fun to read.

The passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 inaugurated a new and highly .

The passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 inaugurated a new and highly volatile era in telecommunications. Equally important, this book shows, the new law reflects important changes in our notions of the purpose of communications regulation and how it should be deployed. Focusing on the evolution of the concept of the public interest, Aufderheide examines how and why the legislation was developed, provides a thematic analysis of the Act itself, and charts its intended and unintended effects in business and policy.

The Telecommunications Act of 1996 was the first significant overhaul of telecommunications law in more than sixty years, amending the Communications Act of 1934. The Act, signed by President Bill Clinton, represented a major change in American telecommunication law, since it was the first time that the Internet was included in broadcasting and spectrum allotment.

The Telecommunications Act of 1996 is the first major overhaul of. .

The Telecommunications Act of 1996 is the first major overhaul of telecommunications law in almost 62 years. The goal of this new law is to let anyone enter any communications business - to let any communications business compete in any market against any other. The Telecommunications Act of 1996 has the potential to change the way we work, live and learn. It will affect telephone service - local and long distance, cable programming and other video services, broadcast services and services provided to schools. Please let us know what topics most interest you or where you have questions about this new law.

Communications policy and the public interest: The Telecommunications Act of 1996. Public television and the public sphere. Critical Studies in Media Communication 8 (2), 168-183, 1991. Guilford Press, 1999. Music videos: The look of the sound. Journal of Communication 36 (1), 57-78, 1986. U of Minnesota Press, 2000. I found this book to be an easy way to understand the policy and legislation passed by congress on the Telecommunications Act of 1996. This book helped to explain exactly what came out of this Act and where the act came from. It also gave a great understanding of where communications stands in America and what our main goals for the communications industry are.

Patricia Aufderheide classifies Documentary Films into sub-categories or types or sub-genres. These categories are: 1. Public Affairs 2. Government Propaganda 3. Advocacy 4. Historical 5. Ethnographic 6. Nature. Simran S Kaler Head of Department Lovely Professional University added one more Category named as Docuempthy.

Aufderheide, Patricia. Communications Policy and the Public Interest: The Telecommunications Act of 1996. New York: Guilford Press. Brown, Justin S. 2017. Broadband Privacy Within Network Neutrality: The FCC’s Application & Expansion of the CPNI Rules. University of St. Thomas Journal of Law and Public Policy 11 (1): 45–62. The Hybrid Media System: Politics and Power. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Communications Act of 1934, Pub. L. No. 416, 48 Stat. Federal Communications Commission.

PATRICIA AUFDERHEIDE University Professor and Director, Center for Social Media School of Communication, American University . New York: Guilford Press, Jan. 1999.

PATRICIA AUFDERHEIDE University Professor and Director, Center for Social Media School of Communication, American University Washington, DC 20016-8017 (202) 885-2069 (o)/ (240) 643-4805 (c)/(301) 942-1082 ww. 1976, University of Minnesota, history . 1973, University of Minnesota, history . Council on Foundations Film Festival Catalog, 1997-2006. Council on Foundations.

The passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 inaugurated a new and highly volatile era in telecommunications. The first major overhaul of U.S.communications law since 1934--when no one had a television set, a cordless phone, or a computer--the Act was spurred into being by broad shifts in technology use. Equally important, this book shows, the new law reflects important changes in our notions of the purpose of communications regulation and how it should be deployed. Focusing on the evolution of the concept of the public interest, Aufderheide examines how and why the legislation was developed, provides a thematic analysis of the Act itself, and charts its intended and unintended effects in business and policy. An abridged version of the Act is included, as are the Supreme Court decision that struck down one of its clauses, the Communications Decency Act, and a variety of pertinent speeches and policy arguments. Readers are also guided to a range of organizations and websites that offer legal updates and policy information.
Elastic Skunk
This book is a problem. It presents itself as book in the public interest, but it really does a disservice to the public. Gigantic corporations reaping billions of dollars off propaganda machines of immense proportion--this story should NOT be humanized or told in such simple form. Liberal journalists are the ones who will faithfully detail how and why your flesh is being flayed off your body by the corporate-government elite. Thank you, very much. By presenting all sides, we get no ground to stand upon, no point of view. We get some critical remarks tossed off next to corporate jargon about competition. Problem is, Aufderheide should have long agon seen beyond such a lame category as "competition." If you want to see a real journalist in action, watch Bill Moyers examination of the 1996 telecommunications act in a video you can probably get at your library.
Llbery
I found this book to be an easy way to understand the policy and legislation passed by congress on the Telecommunications Act of 1996.
This book helped to explain exactly what came out of this Act and where the act came from. It also gave a great understanding of where communications stands in America and what our main goals for the communications industry are.
It was an excellent way to view what the gov't wants out of the communications industry and what the future holds for the consumer.
Great Buy!
Communications Policy and the Public Interest: The Telecommunications Act of 1996 ebook
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Patricia A. Aufderheide
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