How is content distributed?

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Content Distribution Communications Law Intellectual Property

How is content distributed?

There are five main avenues to distribute content. Each have their own specific issues.

(1) Broadcast: Free over-the-air Television and Radio.

(2) Cable Television: Subscription-based broadcasting services including Direct Broadcast Satellite Television and Wireless Cable.

(3) Common Carrier: Telephony, both wireline and wireless.

(4) Print publications: Newspapers, books, magazines, etc.

(5) Internet: We will use a separate category for this because although Internet service has many of the characteristics of each of the other distribution methods, it is undeniably a new medium.

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