Class Unique: 29295
This course examines the rationales for, and structures of, regulating broadcasting, cable and telecommunications. We will concentrate on entry controls (the need for licenses or franchises); economic controls (such as price controls or required interconnection); content controls (e.g. prohibition of indecency in broadcasting between 6 AM and 10 PM); and finish with a regulation that is a bit of both economic and content control (net neutrality). If we have time we will also cover spectrum auctions, and the regulation of wireline telephone.
|Monday, Wednesday||2:15 - 3:30 pm||TNH 3.114|
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Spitzer, Matthew L