May 27, 2020
The Fairness Doctrine and the Media
Posted by Steven J. Simmons

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  • Title: The Fairness Doctrine and the Media
  • Author: Steven J. Simmons
  • ISBN: 9780520035850
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Fairness doctrine United States policy Fairness doctrine, U.S communications policy formulated by the Federal Communications Commission FCC that required licensed radio and television broadcasters to present fair and balanced coverage of controversial issues of interest to their communities, including by devoting equal airtime to opposing points of view. FCC fairness doctrine What is the Fairness Doctrine Armstrong Economics Apr , QUESTION My concern about the Fairness doctrine is who decides what is fair and if it is a time thing, is time at midnight on Sunday or on Saturday morning given to answer prime time actually fair But the television market is quite fragmented already PP ANSWER The Fairness Doctrine did not require preapproval from a central place to decide if it was fair. FCC fairness doctrine Fairness Doctrine The Federalist Society The Fairness Doctrine chilled speech by providing broadcasters with a powerful incentive not to air controversial programming above a minimal amount in order to avoid burdensome litigation over whether it had complied with its obligation to provide contrasting viewpoints What Is the Fairness Doctrine FCC History Policies Jan , The fairness doctrine was a Federal Communications Commission FCC policy The FCC believed that broadcast licenses required for both radio and terrestrial TV stations were a form of public trust and, as such, licensees should provide balanced and fair coverage of controversial issues. The Fairness Doctrine FactCheck Mar , In essence, the fairness doctrine required radio and television broadcast licensees to cover important and controversial issues of interest in the community, and to provide opportunity for all A Brief History Of the Fairness Doctrine TIME Feb , The Fairness Doctrine, which mandated that broadcast networks devote time to contrasting views on issues of public importance, was meant to level the playing field Congress backed the policy in , and by the s the FCC called the doctrine the single most important requirement of operation in the public interest the sine qua non for grant of a renewal of license. The Fairness Doctrine FAIR Jan , The Fairness Doctrine had two basic elements It required broadcasters to devote some of their airtime to discussing controversial matters of public interest, and The Fairness Doctrine HuffPost Bring Back the Fairness Doctrine I d Rather Have Debate Than Ranting and Raving Journalism When it comes to influencing public opinion, broadcasting has been the single most powerful force in American society since the turn of the th century, but especially since .

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