The Communications Act of 1979: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Communications of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, Ninety-sixth Congress, First Session, on H.R. 3333. 1979
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Subcommittee on Communications
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980
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718. lappuse - It is enough to emphasize that the authority which we recognize today under § 152 (a) is restricted to that reasonably ancillary to the effective performance of the Commission's various responsibilities for the regulation of television broadcasting.
432. lappuse - Congressional Declaration of Policy "Sec. 396. (a) The Congress hereby finds and declares "(1) that it is in the public interest to encourage the growth and development of noncommercial educational radio and television broadcasting, including the use of such media for instructional purposes...
82. lappuse - The petition shall contain specific allegations of fact sufficient to show that the petitioner is a party in interest and that a grant of the application would be prima facie inconsistent with § 21.26 (a) . Such allegations of fact shall, except for those of which official notice may be taken, be supported by affidavit of a person or persons with personal knowledge thereof.
121. lappuse - States) who are eminent in such fields as education, cultural and civic affairs, or the arts, including radio and television; (B) shall be selected so as to provide as nearly as practicable a broad representation of various regions of the country, various professions and occupations, and various kinds of talent and experience appropriate to the functions and responsibilities of the Corporation.
766. lappuse - Employees American Federation of Musicians American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees American Federation of Teachers American Federation of Television and Radio Artists American Guild of Musical Artists Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers Brotherhood of Railway and Airline Clerks Communications Workers of America Federation of Professional Athletes Insurance Workers International Union International...
623. lappuse - Commission has devoted its major attention, includes all that is of human interest and importance which is not at the moment appropriate or available for support by advertising, and which is not arranged for formal instruction.
292. lappuse - (g) (1) In order to achieve the objectives and to carry out the purposes of this subpart, as set out in subsection (a), the Corporation is authorized to "(A) facilitate the full development of educational broadcasting in which programs of high quality, obtained from diverse sources, will be made available to noncommercial educational television or radio broadcast stations...
766. lappuse - International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers. International Union of Electrical. Radio and Machine Workers. International Union of Operating Engineers.
582. lappuse - Board may be members of the same political party. (2) The members of the Board (A) shall be selected from among citizens of the United States (not regular fulltime employees of the United States) who are eminent in such fields as education, cultural and civic affairs, or the arts, including radio and television...
730. lappuse - The same-day exclusivity now provided for network programing would be reduced to simultaneous exclusivity (with special relief for time-zone problems) to be provided in all markets. Leapfrogging: A. For each of the first two signals imported, no restriction on point of origin, except that if it is taken from the top-25 markets it must be from one of the two closest such markets.