Endangered species

Jansen, Eric
April 1995
Advocate;4/4/95, Issue 678, p22
Examines the possible effect of proposed cuts in federal support for public broadcasting on gay-themed programming. Liberal and pro-gay programs aired on Public Broadcasting Service, National Public Radio, and Independent Television Service; Federal appropriation for the Corp. for Public Broadcasting for 1996; Speculations about the Republican-dominated Congress' anti-gay bias as the real reason for the budget cuts.


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