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    New Technologies and the First Amendment

    Panelists talked about the recent increase of regulation of the media, especially in respect to broadcasting indecency. Robert Corn-Revere used a power point presentation to explain…

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    Future of Journalism

    Panelists talked about the future of journalism, most notably the challenges currently facing newspapers and whether they should get a bailout. Topics included the recession and its…

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    Media Regulation and the First Amendment

    Panelists talked about new media, ways in which government can regulate it, and what new technologies have the possibility to change they way things are regulated. Topics included new…

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    The Future of Broadband

    Addressing the Federal Communications Bar Association, Mr. Kennard talked about the kinds of changes that the development of broadband communications technologies might bring into…

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    Wireless Communications Summit Conference

    Following prepared remarks about telecommunications issues, Rep. Bliley answered questions from the audience.

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    Wireless Communications Summit Conference

    Following prepared remarks about telecommunications issues, Mr. Hundt answered questions from the audience.

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    Cable Television Regulations

    At the April luncheon of the Federal Communications Bar Association, Mr. Hostetter talked about issues concerning the cable industry including the impact of the Cable Televison Act of…

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    Prime Time Access Rule Debate

    The Federal Communications Bar Association held a debate on the prime time access rule during its broadcasting/cable interface conference. The prime time access rule limits television…

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    FCC Perspectives on Communication Issues

    Two FCC commissioners address issues in communication policy. Topics discussed include the First Amendment and the public interest, broadcast and cable regulation, and telephone entry…

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    New Communications Technology for the U.S.

    Sen. Burns, former television broadcaster and a member of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Communications subcommittee, spoke on his career in the broadcasting industry…

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    Future of Television Journalism

    The Federal Communications Bar Association sponsored the “Broadcast Cable Interface Conference,” to discuss the impact of cable television on the television and communications…

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    Philosophy and History of First Amendment

    The Federal Communications Bar Association, a group of attorneys specializing in communications law, sponsored a forum investigating the role and applications of the First Amendment…

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    Testing Journalistic Ethics

    This session of the conference, “Celebrating 200 Years of the First Amendment,” focuses on the new frontiers of the First Amendment which relate to journalistic ethics. The…

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    First Amendment v. National Security

    This panel discussion was part of a conference celebrating and reviewing the 200th anniversary of the First Amendment. The panelists began with a role play of a controversial news…

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    What's Indecent? Who Decides?

    Complete title is “What’s Indecent?  Who Decides?  24 Hour Ban on Indecent Programs.” Some language may be offensive.

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    Telecommunications Policy & U.S. Economy

    Mr. Weiss discussed national communications policy and how it should affect the economy.

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    Fin-Syn Debate

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    Broadcasting/Cable Interface

    The conference concerns the relationship between broadcasters and cable operators, the role of government in legislating the industries, and current issues and technological advances that…

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