5 edition of Television and the public interest found in the catalog.
Television and the public interest
by Sage Publications in association with the Broadcasting Standards Council in London, Newbury Park, Calif
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Jay G. Blumler.|
|Contributions||Blumler, Jay G.|
|LC Classifications||HE8700.9.E8 T45 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||242 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||242|
|ISBN 10||0803986491, 0803986505|
|LC Control Number||91050990|
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Television and the Public Interest book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Modern broadcasting policy faces a number of challenges Pages: Television and the Public Interest. delivered 9 MayNational Association of Broadcasters, Washington, DC And so my subject today is the television industry and the public interest.
for a day, without a book, without a magazine, without a newspaper, without a profit and loss sheet or a rating book to distract you. Here is an audio clip excerpt from Minow's Television and the Public Interest speech.
Scroll down for the transcript. Scroll down for the transcript. It follows the full text transcript of Newton Minow's Television and the Public Interest speech, delivered at Washington D.C. - May 9, the public interest standard in television broadcating The federal government's oversight of broadcasting has had two general goals: to foster the commercial development of the industry and to ensure that broadcasting serves the educational and informational needs of Americans.
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