CCI Research Presentations and Publications
Economic Barriers to Entry: Daily Newspapers vs. Television Stations vs. Radio Stations: A Preliminary Analysis. Mass Communication Division of the Annual Convention of the International Communication Association.(1985).
Transformation of the Telecommunication Industry: Where Are Colorado and the U.S. Going?. Colorado Technology Summit 2003.(2003).
Public Interest Programming: FCC Standards and Station Performance. Journalism Quarterly. 554-561.(1978).
The Information Superhighway: Reality, Impacts and Predictions. Denver Business and Economics Council.(1994).
Applying Regression to Pricing Advertising in News Programming. (Reagan, J., Ed.).Applications of Research to Media Industries. 95-108.(1992).
Cable Television: The Blue Sky Revisited. Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference.(1982).
Should Congress Establish a Compulsory License for Internet Video Providers to Retransmit Over-the-Air TV Station Programming Via the Internet?. (Compaine, B., & Greenstein S., Ed.).Communications Policy in Transition: The Internet and Beyond. 397-416.(2000).
The Changing Structure of Television at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century. Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention.(1989).
Television Station Trafficking: The Marketplace vs. Public Trusteeship. Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention.(1987).
Another Look at Crossmedia Ownership. Antitrust Bulletin. 87-103.(1979).
The Emergence of Alternative Media Revenue Streams. Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention.(1995).
The Future of Cable. Colorado Broadcasters Association Annual Convention.(1993).
Broadband Convergence: Future Directions and Societal Impacts. International Conference on Media and Society, as part of Fudan University’s Centennial Celebration.(2005).
Consumer Demand for Sex-Oriented Pay Cable Programming. Mass Communications Division of the Annual Convention of the International Communication Association.(1984).
First Amendment, Common Carrier and Copyright Issues in Local Cable Programming. Mountain States Conference of the National Federation of Local Cable Programmers.(1982).
Management, Research & Budgeting in Promotion. (Eastman, S T., Ferguson D. A., & Klein R. A., Ed.).Promotion & Marketing for Broadcasting. 175-94.(1999).
Household-Level Demand for Cable Television: A Probit Analysis. Journal of Media Economics. 21-34.(1989).
The Satellite Home Viewers Act: Unserved Households, Local TV Signal Carriage and Regulatory Parity. Tele-Communications, Inc. Strategic Research Retreat.(1997).
The Broadcasters: The Future Role of Local Stations and the Three Networks. (Noam, E., Ed.).Video Media Competition: Regulation, Economics, and Technology. 121-137.(1985).
New Media Strategy: Convergence-Based Driving Forces & Challenges. Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.(2003).
Cable Television: Regulatory Challenges and Future Business Trends and Issues. Walter Kaitz Foundation Finance Seminar.(1994).
Should Cable Television Be Regulated as a Common Carrier?. Law and Economics Division of the Law and Society Association Annual Meetings.(1983).
The History of Cable Regulation. Kaitz Fellows Orientation Program, The Western Cable Show.(2000).
Cable System Values: Fact, Fantasy and the Future. Broadcast Financial Management Association's Annual Conference.(1989).
A First Amendment Critique of the 1984 Cable Act. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. 391-407.(1987).
Understanding Financial Reports. International Association of Business Communicators’ Communication Summit.(1996).
Management, Research & Budgeting in Promotion. (Eastman, S T., Ferguson D. A., & Klein R. A., Ed.).Media Promotion and Marketing. 99-125.(2006).
Consumer Demand for Sex-Oriented Cable TV in the USA: Community Acceptance and Obscenity Law. Telecommunications Policy. 314- 320.(1984).
Public Interest Program Performance of Multimedia Owned Television Stations. Journalism Quarterly. 223-230.(1976).
Inclusion of Telecommunication and Computers in the Traditional Mass Communications Curriculum. Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention.(1992).
The FCC's Multiple Ownership Rules and National Concentration in the Commercial Radio Industry. Denver Law Journal. 301-328.(1982).
Educational Institutions and Telecommunications. Scandinavian Channel Roundtable Symposium on Telecommunications Trends/Developments in the U.S.: An International Perspective.(1999).
The Economic Impact of Cable on Broadcasting. Mass Communications Division of the Annual Convention of the International Communication Association.(1989).
Cable Television: Its Past and Future. Denver Professional Chapter of Women in Communications.(1980).
The Satellite Home Viewers Act and the Copyright Act. Rocky Mountain Space Law Symposium, University of Denver, College of Law.(1997).
Scripps Networks: Strategies for Innovation and Reinvention. Broadcast Education Association.(2009).
The First Amendment and Cable Television: Future Directions in Cable Regulation. Eighth Annual Research Conference of the Association for Public Policy and Management.(1986).
Media Strategy and the New Media Landscape. Conference on Globalization, Media and Culture, Peking University.(2003).
Crossmedia Ownership, Regulatory Scrutiny and Pricing Behavior. Annual Conference of the Southern Economic Association/Industrial Organization Society.(1978).
The Cable Television Industry: An Overview. Women In Cable's National Management Conference,.(1994).
Local Broadband Services: The Potential for New Consumer Services. Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention.(1993).
Media and Telecommunications Management: Finding the Core Curriculum. Annual Convention of the Broadcast Education Association.(2005).
The Impact of the Mountain States Legal Foundation Lawsuit on Community Programming in Cable Television Systems. Colorado Front Range Chapter of the National Federation of Local Cable Programmers.(1983).
U.S. Cable Telecommunications: Consolidation, Convergence and Competition. 2nd Sino-International Cable TV Conference: New Media Business.(2001).
De-Mystifying the Media. Leadership Denver Class of 1991.(1990).
Getting Manuscripts Accepted: Strategies for Authors. Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.(1998).
Household-Level Demand for Cable: A Probit Analysis. Mass Communications Division of the Annual Convention of the International Communication Association.(1988).
Setting the Cable Television Academic Research Agenda: Past, Present and Future. Academic Seminar at the Annual Convention of the National Cable Television Association.(1996).
Issues in Media Convergence. (Albarran, A., Chan-Olmsted S., & Wirth M. O., Ed.).Handbook of Media Management and Economics. 445-62.(2006).
The Broadcasters: The Future Role of Local Stations and the Three Networks. Columbia University's Conference on Rivalry Among Video Transmission Media.(1984).