FAIR FIGHT IN THE MARKETPLACE
Fair Fight In The Marketplace is a half-hour documentary that provides an engaging look at the antitrust laws that give protection to both American consumers and businesses. The program looks at three case studies, while also considering a more fundamental question: can a set of regulations created by the Sherman Act at the end of the 19th century be relevant in today’s era of digital technology and high-speed communications?
Produced, Written & Directed by Kevin White & David Donnenfield
Edited by Theron Yeager
Original Music by Tom Disher
28 minutes, stereo, closed captioned
Broadcast nationally on PBS via KQED/NETA.
CINE Golden Eagle Award & Telly Award.
Topic areas: Economics, History, Civic Education, Consumer Rights, Economic History, Law, Corporate Reform.