January 1993 | NTIA Special Publication SP-93-290
Mark Bykowski; Cheryl Glickfield; Lisa I Leidig; Carol E. Mattey; Cynthia Nila
Abstract: This report reassesses U.S. communications and mass media policies in light of the increasingly global nature of the electronic mass media. A basic theme of this report is that the United States cannot afford to be complacent about the success of U.S. media firms in international markets. Recent regulatory and technological changes require U.S. policy makers to continue to adapt in order to promote the development of international mass media markets that are open and competitive —t he type of markets in which U.S. firms historically prosper.
Keywords: television; communications; radio; telecommunications policy; broadcasting service
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