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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 29 Waterman, D. (1996). “Local monopsony and free riders,” Information Economics and Policy, 8, 337-355. Waterman, D., & Weiss, A. (1997). Vertical integration in cable television. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Whitmore, N. (2001). “Congress, the U.S. Supreme Court and must-carry policy: A flawed economic analysis,” Communication Law and Policy, 6, 175. Wirth, M. (1990). “Cable’s economic impact on over-the-air broadcasting,” The Journal of Media Economics, 3 (2), 39-53. Yan, M. Z. (2002). “Market structure and local signal carriage decisions in the cable television industry: Results from count analysis,” The Journal of Media Economics, 15 (3), 175-191.

Authors: Yan, Zhaoxu.
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Waterman, D. (1996). “Local monopsony and free riders,” Information
Economics and Policy, 8, 337-355.
Waterman, D., & Weiss, A. (1997). Vertical integration in cable television.
Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
Whitmore, N. (2001). “Congress, the U.S. Supreme Court and must-carry policy:
A flawed economic analysis,” Communication Law and Policy, 6, 175.
Wirth, M. (1990). “Cable’s economic impact on over-the-air broadcasting,” The
Journal of Media Economics, 3 (2), 39-53.
Yan, M. Z. (2002). “Market structure and local signal carriage decisions in the
cable television industry: Results from count analysis,” The Journal of Media Economics,
15 (3), 175-191.


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