55 Federal Communications Law Journal 615 (2003)
Book Review: The Public Television Legal Survival Guide, 2d ed., Association of Public Television Stations, 2001, 254 pages.
A review of The Public Television Legal Survival Guide, 2nd ed., Association of Public Television Stations, 2001. According to its preface, the book is intended for "station personnel who do not have legal training" but who need to know some of the basics for their daily work and, through footnotes, to assist "in-house station counsel and outside legal consultants." For the most part, this book fulfills that promise. Privately published by the Association of Public Television Stations (APTS) in Washington, D.C. and overseen by Andrew D. Cotlar, their Senior Staff Attorney, The Public Television Legal Survival Guide quite effectively organizes and summarizes most federal law-statutory and regulatory-that is unique to public television.
Terry, Herbert A.
"Public Television Law Réduit,"
Federal Communications Law Journal:
3, Article 30.
Available at: http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/fclj/vol55/iss3/30