Calm After The D.C. Storm

Hearn, Ted
September 2000
Multichannel News;09/18/2000 Supplement, Vol. 21, p46A
Focuses on the regulation of the United States cable television industry. Consequences of the passage of the 1984 Cable Communications Policy Act; Competition posed by satellite television; Provisions of the 1996 Telecommunications Act regarding cable rate setting.


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