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âArt Thou For Us, or For Our Adversaries?â Communicative Action and the Regulation of Product Placement: A Comparative Study and a Tool for Analysis.
) Online transformation: The Israel Broadcasting Authority on the Internet â What Goes, What Gets By and What Should Give
Israel: Chutzpah and Chatter in the Holyland.
âThe people shall dwell aloneâ: The effect of transfontier broadcasting on freedom of speech and information in Israel.
). Book Review of âInside the Box: Embedded Branding in Israeli Commercial Televisionâ
Book Review of âPirate Radio in Israel.â
âFor the earth shall be full of knowledgeâ: Freedom of expression in an age of myriad opinions and channels of expression.
Has Israel completed its transition from a broadcasting state to a regulatory state?
Public broadcasting, the information society and the Internet: a paradigm shift?
âThe Stranger that Dwelleth With You Shall Be Unto You as One Born Among Youâ - Israeli Media Law and The Cultural Rights of the Palestinian Israeli Minority.
“. . . and money is the answer for all things”: The News Corp.—Dow Jones Merger and the Separation of Editorial and Business Practices.
âRulers of thousands, rulers of hundreds, rulers of fifties, and rulers of tens: Does democracy count?â
Policy implications of market segmentation as a determinant of fixed-mobile service substitution: What it means for carriers and policymakers
"'Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue:' Network neutrality, the First Amendment and John Rawlsâ Theory of Justice".
New Media Policy: The Redistribution of Voice
âTell it not in Harrisburg, Publish it not in the Streets of Tampaâ: Framing, Media Ownership, and the Public Interest.
Mass Media in Israel (1994).PDF
“…and the children of Israel sang this song”: The Role of Israeli law and policy in the advancement of Israeli music.
â... [and] they formed themselves into a single unit: The Development of the Israel Broadcasting Authority Websiteâ
Media Law and the rights of the Palestinian-Arab minority in Israeli public service broadcasting.
Social media new and old in the Al-âArakeeb conflict â a case study.
The poor manâs lamb revisited? Assessing the state of LPFM at its 10th anniversary
âEyes have they, but they see notâ: Israeli election laws, freedom of expression, and the need for transparent speech
Mobile Phone Usage as an Indicator of Solidarity: Israelis at War in 2006 and 2009.
International Benchmarks: The Crisis in U.S. Communications Policy Through a Comparative Lens.
âI live as an alien in the land; do not hide your commandments from me.â The regulation of media for and by the Palestinian-Israeli minority.
âThe Pillar of Fire by Night, to Shew Them Light:â Israeli Broadcasting, the Supreme Court, and the Zionist Narrative.
Inclusion or Illusion: An analysis of the FCCâs public hearings on media ownership 2006-2007
Telecommunications policy at the dawn of the Obama Administration
Regulating the media: Four perspectives
Service public, societe de lâinformation et Internet.
Introduction to special issue on media reform of JCI.pdf
European Union: Communication Law in the International Encyclopedia of Communciation.pdf
The Cultural Obligations of Broadcast Television in Israel
Interview with Robert McChesney
From a Tool for National Cohesion, to a Manifestation of National Conflict: The Evolution of Cable Television Policy in Israel, 1986-1998.
The Evolution of Cable Regulatory Policies and their Consequences: Comparing South Korea and Israel.
âLet's go down, and there confuse their language, that they may not understand one another's speech:â Developing a Model for Comparative Analysis and Normative Assessment of Minority Media Rights.
âTheir deeds are the deeds of Zimri; but they expect a reward like Phineasâ: Neoliberal and multicultural discourses in the development of Israeli DTT policy.
“Jacob’s Voice, Esau’s Hands:” Transparency as a First Amendment Right in an Age of Deceit and Impersonation.
âFrom all my teachers I have grown wise, and from my students more than anyone elseâ: What lessons can the US learn from broadband policies in Europe?
Book Review of âBroadcasting, Voice and Accountability.â
The Fairness Doctrine is Dead and Living in Israel
âEuropean Union- Communication Law" 2009 update.pdf
Israeli cellular telecommunications policy
3G Where Art Thou? On What Can and Can't be Learned from the UMTS Spectrum Auctions in Europe
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