greer 6 - Sean Trank Dr. Greer 1/29/08 Com 350 1. From the...

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Sean Trank Dr. Greer 1/29/08 Com 350 1. From the Aufderheide reading, how was the Telecommunications Act of 1996 a failure to the media industry? 2. According to Aufderheide, how did the Act affect the public? 3. What does Aufderheide propose that media policy should involve? (summarize the essence of his bulleted list versus just writing down those items). 4. According to Noam, what was the outcome of the Act on concentration and competition 5. Analysis question from both readings: What do you think is a solution to the situations discussed in the two readings? As a media professional what do you think is the best resolution?
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The media industry thrives on competition and the 1996 Act failed by not generating intersector competition for similar services. This gave the consumer more choices than in 1995, but with little help from the 1996 Act. The internet is what gave people more choices.
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