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Burch, Dean – Educational Broadcasting Review, 1971
Author is chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). (EY)
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Community Problems, Innovation, Leadership Responsibility
Burch, Dean – 1972
There is no longer a question of whether something should be done about the impact of televised violence on children; the questions before us are what should be done, and by whom. Thus, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is engaged in an intensive self-education effort to study the economics of the television industry, and the legal and…
Descriptors: Aggression, Business Responsibility, Children, Commercial Television
Burch, Dean – 1972
Trinity University and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) share many of the same ground rules; tolerance for diversity, willingness to change, and a guaranteed opportunity for competition in the marketplace of goods, services, and ideas. But a Presidential commission hanging on an office wall is not a hunting license to shape the…
Descriptors: Administrative Agencies, Broadcast Industry, Educational Objectives, Speeches
Burch, Dean – 1972
The general intent of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with regard to cable television (CATV) is to allow it enough re-broadcasting and importation of signals so that it can get started without giving CATV so much that it injures existing broadcast television or has no incentive to push into non-broadcast, broadband services which are…
Descriptors: Broadcast Industry, Business Responsibility, Cable Television, Communications