by Henry Geller
Annenberg Senior Fellow
The Annenberg Washington Program
Communications Policy Studies
Trends in Television
Governing Principles for Congressional Reform
Application of Policies in the Broadcast Field
Lessons Drawn from the Implementation of the Children's Television Act
The Near-term Solution for Broadcasting
Near-term Reform for Public Service in Cable Television
Other Possible Reforms
About the Author
Henry Geller is an Annenberg Senior Fellow, a Professor (of practice) at Duke University, and a Communications Fellow with the Markle Foundation. From 1982 to 1989, Geller was the Director of the Washington Center for Public Policy Research, part of Duke University's Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs. He also has served as Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information and Administrator of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration in the U.S. Department of Commerce. He spent most of his career at the Federal Communications Commission, where he was General Counsel from 1964 to 1970.
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Recommended Citation: Henry Geller, 1995 2005: Regulatory Reform for Principal Electronic Media (Washington, D.C.: The Annenberg Washington Program in Communications Policy Studies of Northwestern University, 1994).
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