2 edition of A Practical guide to the Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984 found in the catalog.
A Practical guide to the Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984
|Statement||George R. Borsari, Jr., Gary L. Christensen, co-chairmen.|
|Series||Patents, copyrights, trademarks, and literary property course handbook series -- no. 200., Patent, copyright, trademark, and literary property course handbook series -- no. 200.|
|Contributions||Borsari, George R., Christensen, Gary L., 1937-, Practising Law Institute., American Bar Association. Section of Science and Technology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||448|
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The Cable Communications Policy Act of (codified at 47 U.S.C. 5, subch. V–A) was an act of Congress passed on Octo to promote competition and deregulate the cable television industry.
The act established a national policy for the regulation of cable television communications by federal, state, and local authorities. Shown Here: Senate agreed to House amendment with amendment (10/11/) (Senate agreed to House amendments with an amendment) Cable Communications Policy Act of - Amends the Communications Act of to set forth national policy for the regulation of cable television.
PUBLIC LAW OCT. 30, 98 STAT. Public Law 98th CongressAn Act An Act To amend the Communications Act of to provide a national policy regarding Oct. 31, cable telvision. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatwes of the Cal;e United States of America in Congress assembledW C mun tions. I have just modified 3 external links on Cable Communications Policy Act of Please take a moment to review my edit.
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television,l Congress updated the Communications Act of with the Cable Communications Policy Act of (the Act}.3 The Act represents the culmination of a "decade long effort to update the Communications Act of [and] bring our outdated communications laws into the information age."4Cited by: 2.
The Act represents the culmination of a ‘decade long effort to update the Communications Act of and bring our outdated communications laws into the information age.’ The Cable Act was a complicated piece of legislation, the result of countless compromises and political by: 2.
Inthe USA-PATRIOT Act narrowed the Cable Act’s privacy provisions, clarifying that companies who offer cable-based internet or telephone services will be subject to the requirements of the Cable Act to notify subscribers of government surveillance requests only when detailed cable viewing information is.
the term “cable operator” includes, in addition to persons within the definition of cable operator in section of this title, any person who (i) is owned or controlled by, or under common ownership or control with, a cable operator, and (ii) provides any wire or radio communications service.
The Cable Communications Policy Act of (codified at 47 U.S.C. 5, subch. V–A) was an act of Congress passed on Octo to promote competition and deregulate the cable television industry. The act established a national policy for the regulation of cable television communications by federal, state, and local authorities.
Original Item: Cable Communications Policy Act of 47 U.S.C. § Lineage of: Cable Communications Policy Act of 47 U.S.C.
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Re: Implementation of Section (a)(1) of the Cable Communications Policy Act of as amended by the Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act ofMB Docket No.
Second Report and Order Today’s item, like many we consider, requires a broader examination of Commission. cable has been the recent topic of congressional legislation. The Cable Communications Policy Act of (CCPA) for the first time establishes a statutory system for the regulation of cable television, and defines the roles to be played by the fed-eral, state, and local by: 1.
The Cable Communications Policy Act of ' (the "Cable Act") was a comprehensive amendment to the Communications Act of The Cable Act established the national policy for the regulation of the cable television industry.3 The focus of the Cable Act and the administrativeAuthor: Mark R.
Herring. (a) This Act may be cited as the ``Cable Communications Policy Act of ´´. (b) The table of contents for this Act is as follows: Sec. Short title; table of contents.
Sec. Amendment of Communications Act of ``TITLE VI—CABLE COMMUNICATIONS ``PART I—GENERAL PROVISIONS ``Sec. Purposes. ``Sec. Definitions. Federal Communications Commission FCC Before the Federal Communications Commission Washington, D.C.
In the Matter of Implementation of Section (a)(1) of the Cable Communications Policy Act of as amended by the Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act of ))))) MB Docket No. SECOND REPORT AND ORDER.
Congress created franchise fees in the Cable Communications Policy Act of ( Cable Act), Pub. () Cable Communications Policy Act of [section] (b)(1) (codified as 47 U.S.C. "In Octoberthe U.S. Congress amended the Communications Act of by adopting the Cable Communications Policy Act of The Cable Act established policies in the areas of ownership, channel usage, franchise provisions and renewals, subscriber rates and privacy, obscenity and lockboxes, unauthorized reception of services, equal employment opportunity, and pole attachments.
Frequencies were assigned to persons who agree to act as trustees of the resource on behalf of the public; establishes a requirement that those granted licenses operate in the "public interest, convenience, and necessity" (under the Cable Communications Policy Act of ).
7. The initial purpose of Section (a)(1), which was added to the Communications Act by the Cable Communications Policy Act of (the “ Cable Act”), was to delineate the role of LFAs in the franchising process.CABLE COMMUNICATIONS POLICY ACT OF as amended by the CABLE TELEVISION CONSUMER PROTECTION AND COMPETITION ACT OF Section (a) Commencement of Proceedings; Public Notice and Participation (1) A franchising authority may, on its own initiative during the 6-month period.cable industry is no exception.
A federal cable regulatory policy was adopted in the form of the Cable Communications Policy Act. of (the "Act"). Prior to its enactment, the involvement of. different levels of government in the regulation of cable created.
considerable problems. 4 .