Profit for nonprofits

October 2001
Broadcasting & Cable;10/8/2001, Vol. 131 Issue 42, p5
Reports the idea of public television to add commercial services in the digital era. Separation of the public broadcasters from Media Access Project; Importance of tuition-based university programs and subscription services on the digital television transition; Decline of federal funding from Capitol Hill Support.


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