Public service responsibility of broadcast licensees

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Arno Press, 1974 - Technology & Engineering - 59 pages
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Popularly known as the "Blue Book" because of its original paper cover, this now classic publication includes information of the legal basis for FCC regulation. It provides examples of programming practices, and discusses a survey of several years of the financial earnings of broadcasting that indicate the ways in which stations might be able to schedule a greater number of public service programs. The "Blue Book" continues to provide the clearest presentation of the Federal Communications Commission's attitudes about the programming standards of broadcasting stations.

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The Commissions Concern with Program Service
Some Aspects of Public Interest in Program Service
Summary and Conclusions Proposals for Future Commission Policy

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