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Telephone company and cable television competition Close. key technical, economic, legal, and policy issues. Are you sure you want to remove Telephone company and cable television competition from your list? Telephone company and cable television competition. Published 1990 by Artech House in Boston. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Stuart N. Brotman is an American government policymaker; university professor; management .
He has taught students from 42 countries in six separate disciplines - Communications, Journalism, Business, Law, International Relations and Public Policy. Brotman also serves as president of Stuart N. Brotman Communications, a global management consulting firm, with clients in over 30 countries. He is a senior adviser in telecommunications, Internet, media, entertainment and sports.
Telephone Company and Cable TV : Key Technical, Economic, Legal and Policy Issues. This book covers the telco/cable television competitions and provides an historical context as well as coverage of the latest developments. by Stuart N. Brotman is an American government policymaker; university professor; management consultant; lawyer .
He has taught students from 42 countries in six separate ations, Journalism, Business, Law, International Relations and Public Policy. He also has advised private and public sector clients in more than 30 countries on five continents. Brotman served as special assistant to the president’s principal communications policy adviser and chief of staff at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).
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