Public Asses TV

Mano, D. Keith
November 1975
National Review;11/21/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 45, p1298
Entertainment Review
Examines key issues related to public-access censorship in cable television (TV). Comments on social and moral implications of various shows on cable television; Information on the policies related to censorship; Impact of the cable TV on the society and culture; Information on the increasing number of subscribers of cable TV.


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