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Broadcast Law: Television Licence, Holding Company, Call Sign, City of License, Pirate Decryption, General Order 40, Callsigns in North America

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Published August 12th 2011
ISBN : 9781156766675
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276 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 82. Chapters: Television licence, City of license, Call sign, Pirate decryption, Call signs in North America,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 82. Chapters: Television licence, City of license, Call sign, Pirate decryption, Call signs in North America, General Order 40, Duopoly, Blackout, Simultaneous substitution, Watershed, Must-carry, Pirate television, E/I, Broadcast license, Fee-for-carriage, Title 47 CFR Part 15, Syndication exclusivity, Significantly viewed out of market TV stations in the United States, All-Channel Receiver Act, Broadcast range, Nakdi Report, Prime Time Access Rule, Short-term Analog Flash and Emergency Readiness Act, Public file, Sports Broadcasting Act of 1961, National Broadcasting Co. v. United States, Anti-siphoning laws in Australia, Dark, Non-commercial educational, Digital Switchover Act 2007, Community Broadcasters Association, Class A television service, Special temporary authority, Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act, Turner Broadcasting v. Federal Communications Commission, Local marketing agreement, Brinkley Act, Financial Interest and Syndication Rules, Needle time, Construction permit, Public notice, Equal-time rule, Rimshot, Pervasiveness doctrine, A la carte cable television, Government-access television, Facility ID, Retransmission consent, Satellite Home Viewer Act, Cable TV Privacy Act, Broadcast piracy. Excerpt: A television licence (or broadcast receiving licence) is an official licence required in many countries for the reception of television (and sometimes also radio) broadcasts. It is a form of hypothecation tax to fund public broadcasting, thus allowing public broadcasters to transmit television programmes without, or with only supplemental, funding from radio and television commercials. The early days of broadcasting presented broadcasters with the problem of how to raise funding for their services. Some countries adopted the advertising model, but many others adopted a compulsory public subscription mode...