Television's impact on American culture.Material type: TextPublisher: East Lansing, Michigan State University Press Description: xvi, 382 p. diagr. 24 cm.Subject(s): Television broadcasting -- United States | United States -- Intellectual lifeAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Television's impact on American culture.DDC classification: 371.335 | 384.55* Other classification: MG 70150 Also issued online.
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Includes bibliographical references.
Wanted: a public policy and a national program / William Y. Elliott -- Public policy and broadcasting / Robert B. Glynn -- The Canadian system / Robert B. Glynn -- Commercial television: What are its educational possibilities and limits? / Lawrence Laurent -- Television and the American character -a psychiatrist looks at television / Eugene David Glynn -- Politics and television: a fable / Robert F. Bradford -- The educational television stations / Leo A. Martin -- The educational television and radio center / I. Keith Tyler -- Educational television in America: a review of some conclusions / Raymond E. Wittcoff -- Television and formal education / Herold Hunt (assisted by David Stewart) -- Appendices: Union rules governing payments for repeat performances of kinescopes ; Television code of good practices ; Television: the new Cyclops ; Lining up for TV's big battle ; British television opens the door to commercial programming ; Educational television suffers a second defeat ; Britain's experience with "mixed" programs: next step for television ; TV facilities of educational television stations ; Hours on the air -educational television stations.
Also issued online.