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ERIC Number: ED115296
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Nov
Pages: 6
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The Changing Communications Industry.
Hull, Marion Hayes
At the 1970 National Association of Educational Broadcasters convention, a minority affairs report showed that, although minorities constituted nearly 10 percent of public broadcasting employees, there was almost no minority representation at the management and professional levels. Recent statistics show little change in those employment practices. Programs should be initiated to train minority group members to assume future open positions that are projected in a 10-year industry needs study. Minorities should prepare themselves for leadership and ownership of all phases of the telecommunications industry. Federal agencies should be monitored to insure compliance with equal opportunity employment practices, and the talents of minorities should be specifically applied to designing and developing telecommunications systems to service disadvantaged communities. (EMH)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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