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Stuart N. Brotman has written over 300 articles and reviews on communication business, technology, policy, history, negotiation, law, regulation and international trade that have appeared in scholarly and professional publications, including Broadcasting, Business Week, Cable Communications Magazine, Communications Week, Electronic Media, Journal of Communication, The National Law Journal, Network World, Satellite Communications, Technology Review and Telecommunications; in law reviews published at Berkeley, Boston University, Hastings, Michigan, and UCLA; and in The Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, The Christian Science Monitor, Des Moines Register, The Indianapolis Star, The Journal of Commerce, The New York Times, US News & World Report and The Washington Post.
He is the editor of The Telecommunications Deregulation Sourcebook, a popular reference volume covering the broadcasting, cable television and telephone industries; Telephone Company and Cable Television Competition, a pioneering anthology dealing with technical, economic and regulatory aspects of broadband networks; and the author of Broadcasters Can Negotiate Anything, a best-selling management education book for radio and television executives published by the National Association of Broadcasters. He also is the author of Communications Law and Practice, the leading comprehensive treatise covering domestic and international common carrier and electronic mass media regulation.
Brotman has testified before the US Congress and the FCC, in federal and state trials, and in private arbitration panels as an expert witness. He is a frequent industry analyst for leading newspapers and magazines, including Fortune, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Time, and The Wall Street Journal; and for Telecommunications Reports, the leading weekly publication on the telecommunications industry and Variety, the leading entertainment industry trade publication. He also has provided commentary on communications, information and entertainment industry developments for ABC's World News This Morning, CNN, NBC's Today Show and NPR's Morning Edition. He appears frequently as a featured speaker at major industry conferences in the United States, Europe and Asia.