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FCC decisions interpreting the Communications Act of 1934

FCC decisions interpreting the Communications Act of 1934

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Published by Dept. of Commerce, Office of Telecommunications : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Federal Communications Commission,
  • Telecommunication -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Indexes

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    StatementMichael R. Rubin ... [et al.]
    SeriesOT special publication ; 78-18, OT special publication -- 78-18
    ContributionsRubin, Michael Rogers, United States. Dept. of Commerce. Office of Telecommunications
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14846799M

    communications Act provision requiring Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to periodically review broadcast ownership rules to determine if they are ‘‘necessary in the public interest as the result of competition,’’ means ‘‘useful,’’ ‘‘convenient,’’ or ‘‘helpful.’’ Telecommuni-cations Act of , § (h.   Free Online Library: From one end of the spectrum to the other: the case for stronger property rights in FCC spectrum licenses and a response to Musey's "spectrum rationalization challenge".(J. Armand Musey) by "The Journal of High Technology Law"; Bandwidth Laws, regulations and rules Frequency allocation (Telecommunications) Public interest Analysis. Expect the FCC’s new Open Internet Order’s assertion of Title II authority ultimately to be rejected in court (90%), because of its core illegal confiscatory purpose and its serial ends-justify-the-means trampling of due process.. The FCC’s Title II legal defense is a “modern” day version of “the Emperor has no clothes” fable, where the vain FCC confidently parades in public.


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Get this from a library. FCC decisions interpreting the Communications Act of an index. [Michael R Rubin; United States. Department of Commerce. Office of Telecommunications.;]. Get this from a library. FCC decisions interpreting the Communications act of an index: as reported in FCC reports, volumesFCC reports, 2nd series, volumes [Michael Rogers Rubin; United States.

Department of Commerce. Office of Telecommunications.; United States. Federal Communications FCC decisions interpreting the Communications Act of 1934 book. 15 U.S.C. §§ 45(a)(2) (exempting “common carriers subject to the Acts to regulate commerce”), 44 (defining “Acts to regulate commerce” as including “the Communications Act of and all Acts amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto”); 47 U.S.C.

§ (51) (providing that “[a] telecommunications carrier shall be treated as. Communications Act ofch. §§, 48 Stat. (codified as amended at 47 U.S.C.A. §§(West & Supp. Congress did not uniformly use the phrase "public interest" in the Communications Act.

For example, the standard of Cited by: 1. ([Washington, D.C.]: United States Federal Communications Commission, []), also by United States (page images at HathiTrust) United States. Federal Communications Commission: The Communications Act ofas amended and other selected provisions of law / (Washington, D.C.

The Communications Act of requires the licensee to announce that the material being broadcast is paid for and to disclose the identity of the sponsoring individual or organization. A amendment requires any station employee who accepts cash or other consideration in exchange for broadcasting material disclose that payment to the.

• Federal communications act → creates the federal communication agency • FCC Act of adopted so that the broadcast spectrum would be used for the public good.

FTC Act. • State appellate court decisions interpreting state law are binding on both lower state courts and. IT IS ORDERED that, pursuant to Sections 1, 4(i), and (r) of the Communications Act ofas amended, 47 U.S.C.

§§(i), and (r), the Commission's rules are hereby amended as set forth in Appendix A. The Commission shall make all decisions regarding nondisclosure of company-specific information.

(J) [Reserved] (K) All parties providing services or contributions or receiving payments under this section are subject to the enforcement provisions specified in the Communications Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Commission's rules.

FCC decisions interpreting the Communications act of an index: as reported in FCC reports, volumesFCC reports, 2nd series, volumes / ([Washington]: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Office of Telecommunications: for sale.

Communications Act ofPub.§ 1 () (codified as amended at 47 U.S.C. § ) (creating the Federal Communications Commission). and, more recently, in the Telecommunications Act ofCongress asserted the principle that rates should be “affordable,” and that access should be provided to low-income consumers in.

Full text of "Amendments to the Communications act of hearings before the Subcommittee on Communications of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, Ninety-sixth Congress, first session, on S.

Implementation of Sections and of the Communications Act ofas Enacted by the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of Amendments to the Commission's Rules Implementing Sections and (a)(2) of the Communications Act ofas Enacted by the Telecommunications Act of ag(l) in the united states court of appeals for the second circuit fox television stations, inc., cbs broadcasting inc., wls television, inc., ktrk television.

[1] Jurisdiction in this court derives from section (a) of the Communications Act of47 U.S.C. § (a) (), and 28 U.S.C. § (1) (Supp. V ), petitioner's interests being adversely affected by, and this appeal brought to determine the validity of, a final order of the FCC.

In FebruaryCongress enacted the Telecommunications Act of (the Act), which extensively amended the Communications Act of47 U.S.C.A. §§ (West ). The Act's intended purposes are to increase competition in the area of telecommunications services and to ensure the delivery of universal service.

Telecommunications Act ofPub.Stat. 56 () ( Act). The Act amended the Communications Act of 47 U.S.C. §§et seq. (Communications Act or Act). References to section in the NPRM refer to the universal service provisions of the Act, which are codified at 47 U.S.C.

§ of the Act. Hon. Brett Kavanaugh United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (Present) This is the fourth in a series of posts on the free speech rulings of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. (Part I is here, part II is here, and part III is here.) Previous posts have focused on cases squarely raising claims related to political free speech.

the standard the FCC uses to make decisions, according to the Communications Act of injunction order from a court telling a person or company to perform or refrain from some act, such as publishing. Mayor and FCC commish could be rumbling if Ninth Circuit gets broadband rule petition In Featured News by Wireless Estimator December 4, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, left, said many students have to do their homework at a Burger King parking lot in his city to be within the range of WiFi, and he is pledging to fix that problem.

Endnotes: 1. 1/ Taylor Branch, "We're All Working for the Penn Central," Washington Monthly, Novemberp. 2/ See Glen O. Robinson, "Title I, The Federal Communications Act: An Essay on Origins and Regulatory Purpose," in Max D.

Paglin (ed.), A Legislative History of the Communications Act of (New York: Oxford University Press, ) (hereinafter Legislative History, p. In this Notice of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture (“NAL”), issued pursuant to section (b) of the Communications Act ofas amended (the “Act”), and section of the Commission’s rules, we find that the licensees of the CBS Network Stations, as defined herein, aired program material on February 1,at approximately 8.

ACCORDINGLY, IT IS ORDERED, pursuant to section (b) of the Communications Act ofas amended, and section of the Commission’s rules, [77] that Viacom Inc.

is hereby NOTIFIED of its APPARENT LIABILITY FOR FORFEITURE in the amount of Five Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($,) for willfully violating 18 U.S.C. § and. The Communications Act ofas amended, also contains a size standard for small cable system operators, which is “a cable operator that, directly or through an affiliate, serves in the aggregate fewer than 1 percent of all subscribers in the United States and is not affiliated with any entity or entities whose gross annual revenues in the.

FCC Report and Order on improving public safety communications in the MHz band, which would provide Nextel with spectrum in exchange for Nextel relinquishing other spectrum and paying costs associated with MHz band reconfiguration, does not violate 31 U.S.C.

(a)(1)(B), a provision of the Antideficiency Act, because the Report and Order does not involve FCC obligations or. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) The FCC is an independent US regulatory agency established by the US Congress pursuant to the Communications Act ofas amended (Communications Act).

The Communications Act. The FCC's governing statute, codified in Title 47 of the United States Code, establishes the framework for federal regulation of traditional telecommunications, broadband internet access and media in the United States.

The Communications Act consists of. In this Notice of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture (``NAL''), issued pursuant to section (b) of the Communications Act ofas amended (the ``Act''), and section of the Commission's rules,2 we find that the licensees of the CBS Network Stations, as defined herein,3 aired program material on February 1,at approximately p.

Federal agencies such as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) develop rules and decisions known as administrative law.

These agencies dominate several areas of communication law. The FCC regulates the 3 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Inc. Grokster, Ltd., U.S. 4 FCC v. AT&T, Inc. National Cable & Telecommunications Association v. Brand X Internet Services, U.S. (), is a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court declared in a 6–3 decision that the administrative law principle of Chevron deference to statutory interpretations by administrative agencies tasked with executing the statute trumped the precedents of the United States Courts of Appeals Concurrence: Stevens.

Title IV of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), codified at section of the Communications Act ofas amended (Act), requires the Commission to ensure that TRS is available, to the extent possible and in the most efficient manner, to persons with hearing or speech disabilities in the United States.

The Communications Act of replaced the Radio Act and created a more powerful the act also raised cable prices and made it easier for companies to neglect their public interest obligations.

84 The act also changed the role of the FCC from regulator to monitor. The Commission oversees the purchase of stations to avoid media monopolies. It was the model for subsequent federal public-utility statutes like the Federal Power Act of41Stat.the Communications Act of48Stat.

the Natural Gas Act of52Stat.and the Civil Aeronautics Act of52Stat. The Communications Act of created the FCC and was the first statute to address.

Somewhat more narrowly, the study of communications law often focuses on the Communications Act ofas amended, which authorizes the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to license and regulate broadcast stations, to regulate (with local jurisdictions) the provision of cable television, and to oversee the rates, terms, and conditions.

Through the Communications Act ofch.48 Stat.as amended over the decades, 47 U.S.C. § et seq., Congress has given the Commission express and expansive authority to regulate. The Act amended the Communications Act of We will refer to the Communications Act ofas amended, as "the Communications Act" or "the Act." Access to LEC DA databases is the focus of this order, and this access is based on section (b)(3)’s more general requirement concerning nondiscriminatory access to directory assistance.

Book Reviews Book Reviews. The Public Interest Standard in the Communications Act and the Hearing Impaired: Community Television of Southern California v.

Gottfried. The FCC's Weak Track Record in Interpreting the Public Interest Standard. North Carolina Law Review Cited by: 3. an FCC policy that all candidates running for office must be given the same radio and television airtime opportunities fairness doctrine a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) policy, now defunct, that required holders of broadcast licenses to cover controversial issues in a balanced manner Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

policy-Congress, the FCC, and the industry-have continued to be active as well. The House Communications Subcommittee has conducted a series of hearings on the first overall revision of the Communications Act since its passage in The FCC, under the.

Abrams, U.(), and incorporated those limitations into the Communications Act ofsee Stat. 56, Section (b) of that Act empowers the Federal Communications.

Section of the Communications Act ofadded by the Cable Communications Policy Act of ( Act), authorized local franchise authorities to require cable operators to set aside channel capacity for PEG access when seeking new franchises or renewal of old ones.

47 U. S. C. §(b).After the act, he says, the FCC spent a lot of time interpreting the disputed section and decided that fair means “fair for both parties to the transaction.” But Mithun Mansinghani, the Oklahoma solicitor general and author of an amicus brief supporting the telecom companies’ position, says some of the same cases support the narrower.Federal Communications Commission FCC Beforethe Federal Communications Commission Washington, D.C.

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