Case Brief: Denver Area Educational Consortium v. FCC , 518 U.S. 727

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Issues It involves three sections of the Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act of 1992, as implemented by FCC regulations. Between 1984, when Congress authorized municipalities to require operators to create public access channels, and the Act's passage, federal law prohibited operators from exercising any editorial control over the content of programs broadcast over either type of access channel...
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Petitioners sought judicial review of ''10(a), (b), and (c), and the en banc Court of Appeals held that all three sections (as implemented) were consistent with the First Amendment." Legal Question presented: Do the Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act's empowerments and restrictions violate the petitioner's First Amendment right to freedom of speech? 4...
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