Sedulus on TV

July 1973
New Republic;7/7/73, Vol. 169 Issue 1/2, p31
Focuses on issues related to the control of television programming in the United States. Media exposure of the White House; Information on a document which is an attack on the White House's current effort to undermine the U.S. Federal Communications Commission licensing powers; View that the proposed White House amendment indulges a potentially oppressive government and a potentially oppressed licensee; View that the proposed amendment threatens the very concept of public interest.


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