Copyright Issues: Cable Television and Performance Rights : Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Courts, Civil Liberties, and the Administration of Justice of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-sixth Congress, First Session ... November 15, 26, and 27, 1979
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Courts, Civil Liberties, and the Administration of Justice
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980 - 783 lappuses
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accounting period advertising AFTRA artists authority baseball basis broadcast signals broadcast stations cable industry cable operators cable system cable television cable's carried CATV Chairman channel Commission's committee common carrier Communications Act competition compulsory license CONGRESS THE LIBRARY Copyright Act copyright law copyright liability Copyright Office copyright owners Copyright Royalty Tribunal DANIELSON deregulation distant signal distant station distribution DSE Fee economic FCC rules Federal Communications Commission GOLODNER GORTIKOV gross receipts GUDGER independent stations jukebox KASTENMEIER KTTV legislation marketplace million musicians National non-network pay cable payments percent performance rights profits program suppliers proposed protection radio stations rates record companies recording industry regulations retransmission consent revenues rights in sound royalty fee secondary transmission Section sound recordings Southern Satellite sports programming Statement of Account Subcommittee subscribers superstations syndicated exclusivity syndicated program telecasts television stations Television Syndicated tion Valenti WGN-TV WOLFF WTBS
353. lappuse - Amendment rests on the assumption that the widest possible dissemination of information from diverse and antagonistic sources is essential to the welfare of the public, that a free press is a condition of a free society.
15. lappuse - The exclusive rights of the owner of copyright in a sound recording under clauses (1) and (2) of section 106 do not extend to the making or duplication of another sound recording that consists entirely of an independent fixation of other sounds, even though such sounds imitate or simulate those in the copyrighted sound recording.
343. lappuse - States shall not knowingly utter or transmit, or cause to be uttered or transmitted, any false or fraudulent distress signal or call or false or fraudulent signal, call, or other radiogram of any kind.
144. lappuse - Association; American Federation of Government Employees; American Federation of Musicians; American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees; American Federation of Teachers; American Federation of Television and Radio Artists; American Guild of Musical Artists; Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers; Brotherhood of Railway and Airline Clerks; Communications Workers of America; Insurance Workers International Union; International...
24. lappuse - ... agree in writing that the work shall be considered a work made for hire.79 In the case of a work made for hire...
473. lappuse - 'cable system'' is a facility, located in any State, Territory, Trust Territory, or Possession, that in whole or in part receives signals transmitted or programs broadcast by one or more television broadcast stations licensed by the Federal Communications Commission, and makes secondary transmissions of such signals or programs by wires, cables, or other communications channels to subscribing members of the public who pay for such service.
362. lappuse - Nothing in this title annuls or limits any rights or remedies under the common law or...
363. lappuse - FCC would begin to set the ratings itself, the National Association of Broadcasters, the National Cable Television Association, and the Motion Picture Association of America jointly created the TV Parental Guidelines, a voluntary rating system.
294. lappuse - The immediate effect of our copyright law is to secure a fair return for an 'author's' creative labor. But the ultimate aim is, by this incentive, to stimulate artistic creativity for the general public good. 'The sole interest of the United States and the primary object in conferring the monopoly...
324. lappuse - It is enough to emphasize that the authority which we recognize today under § 152 (a) is restricted to that reasonably ancillary to the effective performance of the Commission's various responsibilities for the regulation of television broadcasting.