Does Red Lion still roar, public interest media regulation forty years after Red Lion Broadcasting Co. v. FCC
Symposium held April 18, 2008, American University, Washington College of Law.
Symposium issue of Administrative law review, volume 60, number 4 (fall 2008).
Includes bibliographical references.
Keynote address / Cass R. Sunstein
The legacy of Red Lion / Angela J. Campbell
From Red Lion to red list : the dominance and decline of the broadcast medium / Jim Chen
Paradoxes of media policy analysis : implications for public interest media regulation / Philip M. Napoli
The four eras of FCC public interest regulation / Lili Levi
Keynote address: Three cheers for Red Lion / C. Edwin Baker
Red Lion confusions / Mark Lloyd
The fairness doctrine : a flawed means to attain a noble goal / Marvin Ammori
A modest plea for FCC modesty regarding the public interest standard / Randolph J. May
Articles. The irrelevant wasteland : an exploration of why Red Lion doesn't matter (much) in 2008, the crucial importance of the information revolution, and the continuing relevance of the public interest standard in regulating access to spectrum / Ronald J. Krotosynski, Jr.
Abandoning standing : trading a rule of access for a rule of deference / Richard Murphy.