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ERIC Number: ED014237
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963-Jun-20
Pages: 15
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INVENTORY REPORT ON THE FUTURE USES OF EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION. FINDINGS OF A CONFERENCE SPONSORED BY THE JOINT COUNCIL ON EDUCATIONAL BROADCASTING AND THE NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (WASHINGTON, D.C., JUNE 20, 1963).
PROMPTED BY THE FEDERAL COMMUNICATION COMMISSION'S CONCERN FOR CHANNEL ALLOCATION, 50 NATIONAL COMMUNITY LEADERS CONFERRED ABOUT THE POTENTIAL OF EDUCATIONAL TV IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY. THEIR 5 MAIN CONCLUSIONS FOLLOW. PUBLIC INTEREST IN THE ADVANTAGES OF EDUCATIONAL TV FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT NEEDS TO BE REKINDLED. AN EDUCATIONAL TV STATION CAN GIVE A UNIQUE PROGRAM SERVICE TO A COMMUNITY. A DIVERSIFIED PROGRAMMING SERVICE IS NECESSARY FOR EDUCATIONAL TV TO MEET GROUP AND INDIVIDUAL NEEDS. COMMUNITIES, JUST LIKE SCHOOL DISTRICTS, NEED MULTI-CHANNEL BROADCAST FACILITIES. A DISPARITY IN OUR VALUE SYSTEM PLACES ON EDUCATORS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS THE BURDEN OF PROOF OF NEED FOR ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL TV CHANNELS. LISTED IN THIS REPORT ARE 7 MAJOR TYPES OF USES OF EDUCATIONAL TV, 6 GENERAL OBJECTIVES OF EDUCATIONAL TV AND SPECIFIC APPROACHES TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES. CHARTS SHOW PROBLEM AREAS SUCH AS METROPOLITAN PLANNING AND INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING, AND FORMATS, RESOURCES, AND AUDIENCES FOR THESE AREAS. SPECIFIC PROGRAMS ARE ALSO SUGGESTED. (LH)
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