Allen S. Hammond

Books

Telecommunications Law and Public Policy: Access, Convergence, and Competition. with Catherine J. K. Sandoval and Leonard Baynes. Wolters Kluwer (forthcoming 2020)

Making Universal Service Policy: Enhancing the Process Through Multidisciplinary Evaluation edited with Cherry and Wildman. L. Erlbaum Associates (1999) | Link to Library Catalog

Communications Law: Media, Entertainment, and Regulation with Lively, Morant, and Weaver. Anderson Pub. Co. (1997) | Link to Library Catalog

Chapters

Serving the Public Interest: Broadcast News, Public Affairs Programming, and the Case for Minority Ownership with Sandoval and Bachen in Media Diversity and Localism: Meanings and Metrics. Napoli, editor. Routledge (2007) | Link to Library Catalog

Section 706 - Promoting Access to Advanced Telecommunications Services: The FCC's Third Report on Broadband Deployment - Inequitable, Untimely and Unreasonable in The Success and Failure of the 1996 Telecommunications Act. Center for Reflective Community Practice (2002) (This collection of essays was produced and edited by the Civil Rights Forum on Communications Policy.) | Link to Library Catalog

Copyrights in the Internet Age: Stopping Piracy in Handling Intellectual Property Issues in Business Transactions. Practising Law Institute (2002) | Link to Library Catalog

Online Businesses: Models and Strategies in Changing Rules in the Market for Attention: New Strategies for Minority Programming: A Report of the Aspen Institute Forum on Diversity and the Media. Adler, editor. Aspen Institute (2000) | Link to Library Catalog

Relationship Marketing in the Internet Age in Changing Rules in the Market for Attention: New Strategies for Minority Programming: A Report of the Aspen Institute Forum on Diversity and the Media. Adler, editor. Aspen Institute (2000) | Link to Library Catalog

Universal Access to Infrastructure and Information in Making Universal Service Policy: Enhancing the Process Through Multidisciplinary Evaluation. Cherry, Wildman, and Hammond, editors. L. Erlbaum Associates (1999) (Original version of chapter published as Universal Access to Infrastructure and Information, 45 DePaul Law Review 1067-1091 (1996)) | Link to Library Catalog

Standing at the Edge of the Digital Divide in The State of Black America 1998. National Urban League (1998) | Link to Library Catalog

Articles

Universal Service: Problems, Solutions, and Responsive Policies, 57 Federal Communications Law Journal 187-200 ( 2005) | Link to Digital Commons

Reflections on the Myth of Icarus in the Age of Information, 19 Santa Clara Computer and High-Technology Law Journal 407-456 (2003) | Link to Digital Commons

The FCC's Third Report on Broadband Deployment: Inequitable, Untimely and Unreasonable, 24 Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal (Comm-Ent) 539-553 (2002) | Link to Digital Commons

The Digital Divide in the New Millennium, 20 Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal 135-156 (2002) | Link to Digital Commons

Measuring the Nexus: The Relationship Between Minority Ownership and Broadcast Diversity After Metro Broadcasting, (Symposium: New Approaches to Minority Media Ownership), 51 Federal Communications Law Journal 627-637 (1999) | Link to Digital Commons

The Telecommunications Act of 1996: Codifying the Digital Divide, 50 Federal Communications Law Journal 179-214 (1997) | Link to Digital Commons

Universal Access to Infrastructure and Information, 45 DePaul Law Review 1067-1091 (1996) (Revised and reprinted as a chapter in Making Universal Service Policy: Enhancing the Process Through Multidisciplinary Evaluation. Cherry, Wildman and Hammond, editors. L. Erlbaum Associates (1999)) | Link to Digital Commons

Indecent Proposals: Reason, Restraint and Responsibility in the Regulation of Indecency, 3 Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 259-293 (1996) | Link to Digital Commons

Panel Two: Information Policy Making, (From Conduit to Content: The Emergence of Information Policy and Law) (Panel Discussion), 48 Federal Communications Law Journal 57-91 (1995) | Link to Digital Commons

Regulating the Multi-Media Chimera: Electronic Speech Rights in the United States, 21 Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal 1-87 (1995) | Link to Digital Commons

Private Networks, Public Speech: Constitutional Speech Dimensions of Access to Private Networks, (Symposium: Law in Cyberspace), 55 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 1085-1096 (1994) | Link to Digital Commons

Regulating Broadband Communication Networks, 9 Yale Journal on Regulation 181-235 (1992) | Link to Digital Commons

Diversity and Equal Protection in the Marketplace: The Metro Broadcasting Case in Context, (Symposium on the Future of Affirmative Action), 44 Arkansas Law Review 1063-1096 (1991) | Link to Digital Commons

To Be or Not to Be: FCC Regulation of Video Subscription Technologies, 35 Catholic University Law Review 737-759 (1986) | Link to Digital Commons

Now You See It, Now You Don't: Federal Policy and Minority Ownership in the Video Industry, 8 Urban League Review 26-39 (February 1984)

Now You See It, Now You Don't: Minority Ownership in an "Unregulated" Video Marketplace, 32 Catholic University Law Review 633-663 (1983) | Link to Digital Commons

The Federal Communications Commission's Cable Accent Rule and the Fiction of the Public Participation, 5 Black Law Journal 369-383 (1977) | Link to Digital Commons

Other Articles

Diversity: My Perspective, 15 Santa Clara Law 44-45 (Fall 2008) | Link to Full Text

The Knight Ridder Equality Award, 3 STS Nexus ___ (Fall 2002) | Link to Full Text

Technology Benefiting Equality, 2 STS Nexus ___ (Fall 2001) | Link to Full Text

The Internet and Public Policy: What Are the Unresolved Public Policy Issues in Our Networked World?, 1 STS Nexus ___ (Summer 2001) | Link to Full Text

The Digital Divide May Impact Everyone, 2001 Et Al.: The Magazine of Santa Clara University School of Law 32 (Winter/Spring 2001)

Other

The Impact of the FCC's TV Duopoly Role Relaxation on Minority and Women Owned Broadcast Stations 1999-2006 with O'Connor and Westin. (2006) (Media Ownership Study 8) | Link to Full Text