This book analyzes the effectiveness of the federal government's vacillating regulatory policy toward the cable television industry.FCC, In the Matter of Implementation of Sections of the Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act a Rate Regulation, Report and ... Moreover, its monopoly prices for additional outlets and remote controls were $4.95 and $4.00, respectively; in competitive areas it ... Installation was $49.95 when monopolistic, but free when competitive.42 In December 1 992 Time Warner announced ananbsp;...
|Title||:||Public Policy Toward Cable Television|
|Author||:||Thomas W. Hazlett, Matthew L. Spitzer|
|Publisher||:||American Enterprise Institute - 1997-01-01|