FCC REGULATIONS OF CABLE TELEVISIONS & OTHER NONBROADCASTING VIDEOS
This intensive course provides an in-depth and detailed understanding of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations governing cable television and other non-broadcasting video services in the United States. This course encompasses the historical background, legislative developments, case law, and current issues surrounding the regulatory frameworks in place. The course will also explore future trends in the field, given the increasing transition to digital media platforms and the implications for regulation.
Understand and explain the historical background and evolution of FCC regulations of cable television and other non-broadcasting videos.
Comprehend and analyze the principles and policies that guide the FCC in the formulation and application of these regulations.
Apply legal principles and case law to practical scenarios within the framework of FCC regulations.
Develop insight into the ongoing challenges and issues in this field, and analyze the future trends that might influence FCC regulation.
Exhibit a comprehensive understanding of the impacts of FCC regulations on the consumers, industry, and the overall media landscape.