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Vertical integration and the must carry rules in the cable television industry: An empirical analysis
Unformatted Document Text:  Must carry rules 27 References Broadcasting Yearbook (1992). Washington, D.C.: Broadcasting Publications Inc. Cable and Station Coverage Atlas (1992). Washington, D.C.: Warren Publishing. Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act, Pub. L. 102-385, 106 Stat. 1460 (1992). Century Communications Corp. v. FCC, 835 F. 2d 292 (D.C. Cir. 1987), cert. denied, 108 S. Ct. 2018 (1988). Chipty, T. (1995). “Horizontal integration for bargaining power: Evidence from the cable television industry,” Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 4 (2), 375-397. Chipty, T. (2001). “Vertical integration, market foreclosure, and consumer welfare in the cable television industry,” The American Economic Review, 91 (3), 428- 453. City and County Data Book (1994). Washington, D.C.: US Census Bureau, electronic database. Dertouzos, J., & Wildman, S. (1989). Competition effects of broadcast signals on cable. Submitted to the FCC re. MM Docket 89-600. Federal Communications Commission. (1988). Cable System Broadcast Signal Carriage Survey Report, Sept. 1, 1988. Federal Communications Commission. (1990). In the matter of competition, rate deregulation and the Commission’s policies relating to the provision of cable television service; Report. 67 Rad. Reg. 2d (P&F) 1771. Ford, G., & Jackson, J. (1997). “Horizontal concentration and vertical integration

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References
Broadcasting Yearbook (1992). Washington, D.C.: Broadcasting Publications Inc.
Cable and Station Coverage Atlas (1992). Washington, D.C.: Warren Publishing.
Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act, Pub. L. 102-385,
106 Stat. 1460 (1992).
Century Communications Corp. v. FCC, 835 F. 2d 292 (D.C. Cir. 1987), cert.
denied, 108 S. Ct. 2018 (1988).
Chipty, T. (1995). “Horizontal integration for bargaining power: Evidence from
the cable television industry,” Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 4 (2),
375-397.
Chipty, T. (2001). “Vertical integration, market foreclosure, and consumer
welfare in the cable television industry,” The American Economic Review, 91 (3), 428-
453.
City and County Data Book (1994). Washington, D.C.: US Census Bureau,
electronic database.
Dertouzos, J., & Wildman, S. (1989). Competition effects of broadcast signals on
cable. Submitted to the FCC re. MM Docket 89-600.
Federal Communications Commission. (1988). Cable System Broadcast Signal
Carriage Survey Report, Sept. 1, 1988.
Federal Communications Commission. (1990). In the matter of competition, rate
deregulation and the Commission’s policies relating to the provision of cable television
service; Report. 67 Rad. Reg. 2d (P&F) 1771.
Ford, G., & Jackson, J. (1997). “Horizontal concentration and vertical integration


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