Ebbitt, David R.
March 1956
New Republic;3/12/56, Vol. 134 Issue 11, p30
The article focuses on the television show "See It Now," by R. Murrow. It provides a fine demonstration of the Administration's television techniques, and it gave further evidence of the flaws in the networks policy of granting free time for rebuttal to anyone influential whose feelings have been hurt by a broadcast. "See It Now," has presented an unfair picture of a statement which made the author proud of old Columbia. Murrow's picture of the American farm situation gave a distorted impression.


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