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1990
Hovland, R., & Taylor R. E. (1990).  Recent developments in commercial speech doctrine. Communications and the Law. 12, 3-14.
Taylor, R. E. (1990).  Recent developments in the commercial speech doctrine. Communications and the Law. 12, 3-14.
Gross, P. (1990).  Romania's Post-Ceausescu Media: Where Is It Heading?. (Paraschivoiu, I., Ed.).Proceedings of the 15th Congress of the American-Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences. 404-409.
Gross, P. (1990).  Romania's Post-Ceausescu Media: Where is it Heading?. 15th Annual Convention of the American-Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Gross, P. (1990).  The Still Applicable Totalitarian Theory of the Press: The Case of Romania.. (Splichal, S., Ed.).Democratization and the Media. 94-106.
1989
Hovland, R., & Taylor R. E. (1989).  Advertising and Commercial Speech Since Posadas. Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communications.
Taylor, R. E. (1989).  From the Alabama code to Shapero: The legal profession's changing views on attorneys' use of direct mail advertising. Communications Research Symposium. 83-96.
Taylor, R. E. (1989).  The legal profession's struggle to define a role for direct mail advertising. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Academy of Advertising. RC83-86.
Baldwin, T. F., & Wirth M. O. (1989).  Public Policy Implications of the Transition to a Subscription-Based Economic Structure for the Television Industry. Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Harmon, M., & Robbinson T. (1989).  Race and Sex in Local TV News On-Air Talent. Ethics, Issues, Roles and Needs Minorities in Contemporary Media, a conference at Texas Tech University.
Caudill, E. C. (1989).  The Roots of Bias: An Empiricist Press and Coverage of the Scopes Trial. 114,
Gross, P. (1989).  The Still Applicable Totalitarian Theory of the Press: The Case of Romania. 3rd Annual Colloquia on East/West Communication.
Teeter, D J.. L., & Caudill E. C. (1989).  Time to Reclaim: Journalists and the Growth of the First Amendment. Twelfth Annual Communications Research Symposium. 12, i-xxvi.
1985
Hoy, M G., & Mowen J. C. (1985).  From Acts to Dispositions to Ethical Perceptions: An Attributional Approach to Marketing Ethics. AMA Winter Educators' Conference.
Gross, P. (1985).  Satellite Communication Policies in West Germany and France: A Study in Contrasts. 1985 interdisciplinary International conference on the Socio-Cultural Impact of New Media.
Gross, P. (1985).  West German and French Satellite Communication Policies: Similarities and Contrasts. Proceedings of the 1985 Inter-Disciplinary International Conference on the Socio-Cultural Impact of New Media. 121-148.
1983
Wirth, M. O. (1983).  The Impact of the Mountain States Legal Foundation Lawsuit on Community Programming in Cable Television Systems. Colorado Front Range Chapter of the National Federation of Local Cable Programmers.
Wirth, M. O. (1983).  Should Cable Television Be Regulated as a Common Carrier?. Law and Economics Division of the Law and Society Association Annual Meetings.
1981
Wollert, J.., & Wirth M. O. (1981).  Deregulation of Television? A Base for Possible Consideration. Radio-Television-Journalism Division, Annual Association for Education in Journalism Convention.
Boyer, K. D., & Wirth M. O. (1981).  The Economics of Regulation by Policy Directive: FCC Public Interest Requirements. Quarterly Review of Economics and Business. 77-96.
1978
Wirth, M. O., & Allen B. T. (1978).  Crossmedia Ownership, Regulatory Scrutiny and Pricing Behavior. Annual Conference of the Southern Economic Association/Industrial Organization Society.
Wirth, M. O., & Wollert J.. (1978).  Public Interest Programming: FCC Standards and Station Performance. Journalism Quarterly. 554-561.

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