The phantom three hours

May 1996
Broadcasting & Cable;5/27/96, Vol. 126 Issue 23, p70
Editorial. Discusses the debate on minimum number of hours allotted for children's television programming in the television industry and the US Federal Communications Commission as of May 1996. Compliance with the television broadcasting policy in the event of license renewals by television stations.


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