Problems and controversies in television and radio; basic readings selected and edited by Harry J. Skornia and Jack William Kitson.

; Kitson, Jack William, compiler
Palo Alto, Calif., Pacific Books [1968] .

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Other Authors Kitson, Jack William,
Subjects Médias -- Évaluation.
Radio -- États-Unis.
Radio broadcasting -- United States.
Radio broadcasting.
Radiodiffusion -- États-Unis.
Television broadcasting -- United States.
Television broadcasting.
Télédiffusion -- États-Unis.
Télévision -- États-Unis.
United States.
Description vi, 503 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Contents The Public Still Owns the Air / Norman Cousins -- Congress and the Control of Radio-Broadcasting / Carl J. Friedrich and Evelyn Sternberg -- Great Change-overs for You / Marshall McLuhan -- The Road to Responsibility / William S. Paley -- Remarks Before the International Radio and Television Society / E. William Henry -- Insights into Broadcast International Profits / Emanuel Celler -- Television's Role in the American Democracy / Robert W. Sarnoff -- Forty Years of Progress / Walter D. Scott -- The Retreat from Excellence / Claude M. Fuess -- The Two Publics of Television / Fairfax M. Clone -- Remarks Before the Annual National Broadcast Editorial Conference / E. William Henry -- Hail, Blithe Spirit! / Dalton Trumbo -- Traitor to My Class / Shelby Gordon -- Here, We Would Suggest, Is a Program for the FCC / Consumer Reports -- Who Forgot Radio? / Edward P. Morgan -- The Conscience of the Programme Director / Sir Hugh Greene -- The Screen Writer and Freedom / Michael Blankfort -- Through the Regulatory Looking Glass, Darkly / Robert W. Sarnoff -- Some Aspects of Freedom of Information / Albert Namurois -- A Look at the Wagner-Hatfield Amendment / R. Franklin Smith -- The Challenge of Quality in Education / John L. Burns -- National Jukebox or Educational Resource? / Harry J. Skornia -- Smaller than Life: Teachers and Schools in the Mass Media / George Gerbner -- Is Literacy Passe? / Father Walter J. Ong -- Television / Jack Gould -- How Big is One? / Edward Weeks -- Television: The Dream and the Reality / Robert Shayon -- Puritanism Revisited: An Analysis of the Contemporary Screen-Image Western / Peter Homans -- Television for Children, the FCC, the Public, and Broadcasters / Ashbrook P. Bryant -- Summary Report on Findings and Recommendations of the Conference on Impact of Motion Pictures and Television on Youth / National Council on Crime and Deliquency -- Human Dignity and Television / Arthur J. Brodbeck -- Radio: Dollars and Nonsense / Hans V. Kaltenborn -- Interview with Sylvester L. Weaver, Jr. / Mike Wallace -- Television News: Reporting or Performing? / John F. Day -- Broadcasting and the Journalistic Function / Lee Loevinger -- The Role of the Commentator as Censor of the News / Gunnar Back -- Reporting or Distorting: Broadcast Network News Treatment of a Speech by John F. Kennedy / Thomas H. Guback -- News Coverage in 1959 / Chet Huntley -- The Television News Commentator / Eric Sevaerid, Martin Agronsky, Louis Lyons -- About Writing for Television / Rod Serling -- Remarks Before the National Association of Broadcasters (April 7, 1964) / E. William Henry -- The Solid Gold Egg / Leonard H. Lavin -- Can Advertising Be Harmful? / Fredric Wertham -- Control by Advertisers / Jack Gould -- Big Brother's Television Set / William Benton -- U.S. Television Abroad: Big New Buisness / John Tebbel -- What Will the Satellites Communicate? / Robert Lindsay -- Less Declaration and More Revelation / Frank Stanton -- Broadcasting in the Interest of the Free Society / Roscoe L. Barrow -- Tides of Change / Sterling C. Quinlan -- Why Suppress Pay-TV? The Fight in California / Sylvester L. Weaver, Jr. -- The Inequalities of Television Franchises / C.H. Sandage -- Global Television: A Proposal / Robert W. Sarnoff -- The Public Be Served: Television for All Tastes / From the Carnegie Quarterly.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)160268
(OCoLC)ocm00160268
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Skornia, Harry J. 1910-1991,
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