Stocks, bonds and Barney

Konisberg, Eric
September 1993
Washington Monthly;Sep93, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p12
Comments on corporations underwriting public programming resulting in the kind of shows that are in their interest. Proliferation of the kinds of shows Republicans like; PBS company as using its viewership to lure companies into sponsoring programs; Variety of built-in catches; Corporate entities as espousing the economic models a corporation favors; Corporate interest as promoting management over labor; Programs favoring the labor sector as being pulled out.


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