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Broadcast Deregulation Act of 1981

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.

Broadcast Deregulation Act of 1981

report (to accompany S. 1629)

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in [Washington, D.C.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Federal Communications Commission,
  • Broadcasting -- Law and legislation -- United States,
  • Broadcasting policy -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesReport / 97th Congress, 1st session, Senate -- no. 97-292
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p. ;
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14232427M

    THE DEREGULATION OF COMMERCIAL TELEVISION I. Introduction In August , the Federal Communications Commission (FCC of the FCC's continuing trend toward total deregulation of the broadcast media. 6 The Television Deregulation Notice, which preceded the Deregu- (). 7. Deregulation Notice, supra note 1, at 8. See Deregulation.   By Darin Watkins, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication. PULLMAN, Wash. – Increasing American political polarization is linked to television news deregulation following the federal Telecommunications Act of , according to a Washington State University study.

    Among the regulatory requirements that disappeared during the broadcast deregulation movement of the Reagan administration is _____, which required broadcasters to cover issues of public importance and to be fair in that coverage. Information on labor earnings for the sample period are taken from Current Population Survey Files and the earnings are taken from Hirsch and Mac- pherson's Union Membership and Earnings Data Book (a).The sample years from to cover the post-deregulation period for trucking, railroads and airlines.

    Television in the United States - Television in the United States - Tabloid TV: Daytime programming also underwent significant changes in the s. Until mid-decade, daytime television schedules had remained relatively stable for almost 30 years. Morning news and information shows such as Today (NBC, begun ) and Good Morning America (ABC, begun ) were followed by a mix of soap . Also of tremendous use is Airline Deregulation: The Early Experience, edited by John R. Meyer and Clinton V. Oster, Jr. As I build toward the Airline Deregulation Act of , I also draw heavily on print media, employing Wall Street Journal articles from the mids until the mids. These articles help underscore the debate over.


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Broadcast Deregulation Act of 1981 by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.]. The deregulation endeavors were very contentious. Many [who?] felt that the deregulation of radio would by and large diminish supply of informational programming and end equal coverage of public issues. Commenced inthe deregulation of AM and FM radio content control was orchestrated by the Carter Federal Communications Commission.

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(97th). A bill to amend the Communications Act of in order to encourage and develop marketplace competition in the provision of certain broadcast services and to provide certain deregulation of such broadcast services, and for other purposes. Ina database of bills in the U.S.

Congress. (97th). A bill to amend the Communications Act of in order to encourage and develop marketplace competition in the provision of certain radio services and to provide certain deregulation of such Broadcast Deregulation Act of 1981 book services, and for other purposes.

In GovTrack. Media deregulation actually began during the s as the FCC shifted its approach to radio and television regulation. Begun as a way of clearing laws to make the FCC run more efficiently and cost effectively, deregulation truly took off with the arrival of the Reagan administration and its new FCC chairman, Mark Fowler, in An Act to consolidate the Independent Broadcasting Authority Actsand and the Broadcasting Act A major boost for the growth and development of broadcasting in Nigeria was the deregulation of broadcast media landscape, via the promulgation of Decree no 38 0f (now act of parliament) establishing the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC).

Hitherto, broadcast. the Radio Deregulation Act ofI suggested this and hoped that nonbroadcast activities would receive legislative attention, but I hastened to suggest that the broadcast bill not be burdened with extraneous matters. I pointed out that the Commission believes the legislation achieves significant public interest objectives.

Broadcast deregulation:99th Congress, 1st session (AEI legislative analyses) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Broadcast deregulation:99th Congress, 1st session (AEI legislative analyses). Media deregulation refers to the process of removing or loosening government restrictions on the ownership of media outlets.

For example, prior to the s, a company could own a maximum of 14 radio stations. In an act of media deregulation, the government lifted this restriction, and some companies now own thousands of radio stations. Deregulation: A Watershed Event.

InCongress passed a law allowing airlines to set their own fares and routes, an event that transformed the industry and the passenger experience. Regulation by the federal government had enabled airlines to prosper, but it also kept fares high and prevented airlines from operating as efficiently as possible.

The broadcast license, because of the non market allocation of spectnun space, is regarded as a trust, with the public as the beneficiary, and the broadcasting which was tmiversally acclaimed untilacknowledges that the right of the pub­ lic to be infonned "appropriately: is paramount, and that the broadcast media should.

Ronald Reagan's Federal Communications Commission abolished the Fairness Doctrine, clearing the path for the emergence of Fox News. The Fairness Doctrine applied. Subpart 4 - Radio Deregulation Act of - Radio Deregulation Act of - Amends the Communications Act of to make licenses for the operation of a radio broadcasting station valid for an indefinite period of time.

Permits any party in interest to petition the Federal Communications Commission for a revocation of such license. With liberalization, we now have hundreds of hours of varied television programming as compared to the big three broadcast networks of the '60s, an. the broadcast media, the milk industry and the higher education sector, but these have followed earlier programs of 'deregulation' in the key areas of finance, telecommunications and industrial.

An essay or paper on Cable TV Deregulation. InCongress passed the Cable Communications Policy Act. This Act called for the deregulation of the cable television industry in America. However, instead of encouraging competition within the industry, deregulation enabled local cable companies. Special provisions relating to the Fourth Channel U.K.

10 Provision by Authority of second television service. U.K. (1) If the Authority provide a television broadcasting service additional to that already being provided by them under this Act, the programmes (other than advertisements) broadcast in that service shall, subject to subsection (4) and without prejudice to section 12(2), be.

Falling under broadcast regulations, the Communication Act’s Section A component of the Communications Act of that requires broadcast media to offer equal opportunity of broadcast time to candidates. —also known as the Equal Time Rule—requires radio and television stations to give equal opportunity for airtime to all candidates.

Shown Here: Conference report filed in House (10/12/) (Conference report filed in House, H. Rept. ) Airline Deregulation Act - Amends the Federal Aviation Act of to direct the Civil Aeronautics Board in the performance of its duties with respect to interstate and overseas air transportation to consider the following as being in accordance with the public convenience and.March Broadcast Index Evening News March 1, ABC Evening News for March 1, Introduction Sam Donaldson (New York City) National League of Cities / Reagan Budget / Rifle Incident.COMM Broadcast and Cable Programming.

Lecture Part 7. Reading Assignment: Handouts. Lecture Structure: Part 1. The Role of Broadcast Regulations. Part 2. Programming Policies. Part 3. Case Studies. Part 4.

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