Discusses: (1) the existing broadcast arrangements for major college football, (2) the historical forces that have culminated in the current pattern of major college football programming, and (3) the economic implications of the broadcasting of those games. Then explores the potential impact of cable television (CATV) on major college football telecasting.
Philip Hochberg & Ira Horowitz,
Broadcasting and CATV: The Beauty and the Bane of Major College Football,
38 Law and Contemporary Problems
Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol38/iss1/7