, Volume 5, Issue 6, pp 39–45 | Cite as

The best way to get more varied TV programs

According to two economists, if TV signals were sent out by wire in a system of “wired-city television,” there would be many more channels— and the costs of transmission would be lowered
  • Harold J. Barnett
  • Edward Greenberg


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Further reading suggested by the authors

  1. Washington University Law Quarterly, Fall and Winter 1968. These two issues are devoted to articles on communications and spectrum management. This article is a condensed version of a Barnett-Greenberg article that first appeared in theLaw Quarterly. It is reproduced by permission.Google Scholar

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  • Harold J. Barnett
  • Edward Greenberg

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