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Telecommunications: Issues Related to the Structure and Funding of Public Television
Mark L. Goldstein (au)
How to fund public TV has been a concern since the first noncommercial educational station went on the air in 1953. The use of fed. funds to help support public TV has been a particular point of discussion & debate. This report reviews: (1) the organizational structure of public TV; (2) the programming & other services that public TV provides; (3) the current funding sources for public TV; (4) the extent to which public TV stations are increasing their non-Federal funding sources & developing new sources of non-Federal support; & (5) the extent to which public TV benefits financially from business ventures associated with programming & how this compares with commercial broadcasters. Charts & tables.
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