ERIC Number: ED082529
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1966-Apr
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One Week of Educational Television. Number Four. April 17-23, 1966.
National Center for School and Coll. Television, Bloomington, IN.; Brandeis Univ., Waltham, MA. Morse Communication Research Center.
The status of educational television is reported through information about 115 educational television stations from one week in 1966. This report brings together information about instructional television as well as the broad cultural broadcasts that range from the informational to science, news and public affairs to programs about the arts. An introductory section describes the stations, program sources, and the findings of the report. Other sections distinguish between types of educational television audiences--general, school, and college-adult instruction--in presenting information about amounts broadcast, broadcast patterns, programing, program sources, subject broadcast, repeats, and transmission. Appended are a description of the methodology of the report, a list of stations submitting program schedules for dates other than the week selected for study, educational television station licensees, and supplementary tables. [Supplementary tables may not be legible on microfiche.] (Author/SH)
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Authoring Institution: National Center for School and Coll. Television, Bloomington, IN.; Brandeis Univ., Waltham, MA. Morse Communication Research Center.