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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 28 in the cable television industry,” Review of Industrial Organization, 12, 501-518. Hazlett, T. W. (2000). ”Digitizing ’must-carry’ under Turner Broadcasting v. FCC (1997), ” Supreme Court Economic Review, 8, 141. Investing in Television (1990). Washington, D.C.: BIA Publications. Long (1996). The analysis of categorical and limited dependent variables. Sage. Paul Kagan Associates. (Dec., 20, 1989; May 31, 1991). Cable TV Programming. Quincy Cable v. FCC, 768 F. 2d 1434 (D.C. Cir. 1985). Salinger, M. (1988). A test of successive monopoly and foreclosure effects: Vertical integration between cable systems and pay services. Unpublished manuscript. Graduate School of Business, Columbia University. Salinger, M. A. (1991). ”Vertical mergers in multi-product industries and Edgeworth’s Paradox of taxation”, Journal of Industrial Economics, 39 (5): 545-556. Smith, D. J. (1997). “Stay the course: A history of the FCC’s response to change in the cable industry,” Journal of Law and Politics, Vol. 13, pp. 715-746. Television and Cable Factbook (Feb., 1992; Aug., 1995). Washington, DC: Warren Publishing, electronic database. Turner Broadcasting System Inc. v. FCC, 520 U.S. 180 (1997). Vita, M. (1993). “Must-carry regulations for cable television systems: An economic policy analysis,” Journal of Broadcasting and Economic Media, 37 (1), 1-19. Vita, M. (1997). “Must-carry regulations for cable television systems: An empirical analysis,” Journal of Regulatory Economics, 12, 159-172. Waterman, D. (1993). “A model of vertical integration and economics of scale in information product distribution,” Journal of Media Economics, 6 (3), 23-35.

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Must carry rules
28
in the cable television industry,” Review of Industrial Organization, 12, 501-518.
Hazlett, T. W. (2000). ”Digitizing ’must-carry’ under Turner Broadcasting v.
FCC (1997), ” Supreme Court Economic Review, 8, 141.
Investing in Television (1990). Washington, D.C.: BIA Publications.
Long
(1996).
The analysis of categorical and limited dependent variables. Sage.
Paul Kagan Associates. (Dec., 20, 1989; May 31, 1991). Cable TV Programming.
Quincy Cable v. FCC, 768 F. 2d 1434 (D.C. Cir. 1985).
Salinger,
M.
(1988).
A test of successive monopoly and foreclosure effects:
Vertical integration between cable systems and pay services. Unpublished manuscript.
Graduate School of Business, Columbia University.
Salinger, M. A. (1991). ”Vertical mergers in multi-product industries and
Edgeworth’s Paradox of taxation”, Journal of Industrial Economics, 39 (5): 545-556.
Smith, D. J. (1997). “Stay the course: A history of the FCC’s response to change
in the cable industry,” Journal of Law and Politics, Vol. 13, pp. 715-746.
Television and Cable Factbook (Feb., 1992; Aug., 1995). Washington, DC:
Warren Publishing, electronic database.
Turner Broadcasting System Inc. v. FCC, 520 U.S. 180 (1997).
Vita, M. (1993). “Must-carry regulations for cable television systems: An
economic policy analysis,” Journal of Broadcasting and Economic Media, 37 (1), 1-19.
Vita, M. (1997). “Must-carry regulations for cable television systems: An
empirical analysis,” Journal of Regulatory Economics, 12, 159-172.
Waterman, D. (1993). “A model of vertical integration and economics of scale in
information product distribution,” Journal of Media Economics, 6 (3), 23-35.


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