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The Future of Video: New Approaches to Communications Regulation

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Publication Date: January 2007

Publisher(s): Aspen Institute

Author(s): Philip J. Weiser

Topic: Media, telecommunications, and information (Film and video)

Keywords: Telecommunications; Communications Policy


As the converged worlds of telecommunications and information are changing the way most Americans receive and relate to video entertainment and information, the regulatory regimes governing their delivery have not changed in tune with the times. These changes raise several crucial questions: Is there a comprehensive way to consider the next generation of video delivery? What needs to change to bring about a regulatory regime appropriate to the new world of video? The report of the 21st Annual Conference on Communications Policy in Aspen, Colorado, outlines a series of important issues related to the emergence of a new video marketplace based on the promise of Internet technology and offers recommendations for guiding it into the years ahead.