5 edition of Cable television: opportunities and problems in local program origination found in the catalog.
Cable television: opportunities and problems in local program origination
Nathaniel E. Feldman
|Statement||by N. E. Feldman. A report prepared for the Ford Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .R3 R-570|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 31 p.|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||79284399|
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Cable television is regulated by local municipalities, as well as the FCC. In addition to basic, premium and pay-per view programs provided on cable television, many municipal governments require local cable operators to originate their own programming, called "Community Access" television or "Local Origination.". The cable headend also accommodates local cable and television companies with program time for local advertising and/or feature programming time availability in digital or analog form. Local digital or analog signals may be combined with satellite signals at the headend. An important component of the new cable headend configuration is the by:
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Get this from a library. Cable television: opportunities and problems in local program origination. [Nathaniel E Feldman; Ford Foundation.]. Cable Television Information Center, Washington, D.C. Ford Foundation, New_York, N.Y.; John and Mary R.
items published,on cable television from_ to The books, The primary function of the center's publications program is to provide policy makers in.
KELLER: This is a panel discussion about cable television in the northwest U.S. Cable television in the northwest has a long and distinguished history and many say perhaps the first system in the country, up in Astoria, is still debatable right now but our purposes for my discussion today, it seems like it was the first system.
You could definitely, if it wasn’t the first system. Of course, the Colbert Report does not appear on broadcast television, and there is language in the law that applies equal opportunities only to local origination cablecasting.
Some read this provision to exclude network cable programs (witness the continued airing of Law and Order on cable). However, that issue has never been definitively. KELLER: This is the oral history of Del Henry, cable pioneer, marketer extraordinary, a man who went from door-to-door salesman to one of the most respected marketing people in the cable television date is Aug We are taping this at the Teatro Hotel in Denver, Colorado.
This oral history is made possible by a grant from the Gustav Hauser Foundation and is part of the. CHANNEL DIVERSITY IN CABLE TELEVISION. the book provides a comprehensive survey of media concentration with a methodical, scientific approach. require local origination of programs by the. (ii) 10 dB of the visual signal level on any other channel on a cable television system of up to MHz of cable distribution system upper frequency limit, with a 1 dB increase for each additional MHz of cable distribution system upper frequency limit (e.g., 11 dB for a system at MHz; 12 dB for a system at MHz, etc.); and.
Just remember how cable television started: it started not as cable television, but as CATV, Community Antenna Television, and the community was the emphasis. And the community is the emphasis that has to be reborn.
There is a tendency today in'the cable in-dustry to forget the community, just to worry about the imiiication of the Size: 5MB. The Program Policy Statement gave a similar emphasis, citing "opportunity for local self-expression" and "the development and use of local talent" as the first two of fourteen programming priorities.
This statement also declared that the "principal ingredient" of the public interest standard "consists of a diligent, positive and continuing. COMMUNITY EVALUATION OF PUBLIC ACCESS CABLE TELEVISION: 5 CASE STUDIES. A Dissertation Presented. ANN R. MRVICA. Submitted to the Graduate School of the University of Massachusetts in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of.
DOCTOR OF EDUCATION. May School of EducationAuthor: Ann R. Mrvica. A. the consolidation of the cable television industry that began in the s. anti-trust legislation to break up large cable systems.
individuals who ran different cable systems in the same local market. hiring of AT&T customer support staff to answer questions about cable TV service.
Select E if none of the above options is correct. APPENDIX A. LOCAL CABLE FRANCHISING HAS PRODUCED GREAT BENEFITS IN MARYLAND. A very brief account of key aspects of the cable franchising process in five Maryland counties (Anne Arundel County, Carroll County, Charles County, Howard County, and Montgomery County 4) illustrates essential points about local franchising produces benefits for local communities.
Date Event Source 1 Starz and its related channels (including Starz Encore and Movieplex) are removed from Altice USA-owned cable systems, including Optimum and removal of the premium services follows “numerous attempts” between Altice and Starz parent Lionsgate to secure a new carriage agreement.
In a statement, Altice representatives said that it did not make sense to. ‘Localism’: Statutes and Rules Affecting Local Programming on Broadcast, Cable, and Satellite Television Introduction Many Members of Congress receive complaints from constituents that the news, information, and even entertainment television programming available to them does not address the needs and interests of their local community.
These constituents question, for example, why they. Page 33 Cable Television Technology Deployment. Richard R. Green Cable Television Laboratories Inc. The national information infrastructure (NII) is envisioned as having several components: an interconnected web of networks; information content, consisting of technical and business databases, video and sound recordings, library archives, and images; the software applications necessary for.
The study currently under way by the Citizens Cable Television Task Force and Tim Ernster, Administrative Assistant to the City Manager, is of interest to Traffic Operations. The installation of a cable system throughout the city would open a new avenue of communications that the municipal government could use as well as the citizen resident.
This Act may be cited as the ```Cable Television Consumer Protection and A primary objective and benefit of our Nation's system of regulation of television broadcasting is the local origination of programming. The cable operator shall carry the entirety of the program schedule of any television station carried on the cable system unless.
The NII in the Home: A Consumer Service. Vito Brugliera, Zenith Electronics James A. Chiddix, Time Warner Cable D. Joseph Donahue, Thomson Consumer Electronics Joseph A. Flaherty, CBS Inc.
Richard R. Green, Cable Television Laboratories James C. McKinney, ATSC Richard E. Ottinger, PBS Rupert Stow, Rupert Stow Associates. Introduction. On this day inMTV: Music Television goes on the air for the first time ever, with the words (spoken by one of MTV’s creators, John Lack): “Ladies and gentlemen, rock and roll.”.
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Cable franchisers now "bid" against each other with all kinds of fancy studio and "roving" television production units to make local origination/public access easier. But keep your eye on the.In spite of the FCC's local origination or mandatory access rules for cable television beginning invery few people watch the access channels, and few groups use them.
This suggests that: it is not easy to use media to support pluralistic groups.Federal Communications Commission and United States Ofamerica, Respondents,american Broadcasting Companies, Inc., et al., Intervenors, F.2d (8th Cir.
) case opinion from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.