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COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE

HARLEY O. STAGGERS, West Virginia, Chairman JOHN D. DINGELL, Michigan

SAMUEL L. DEVINE, Ohio LIONEL VAN DEERLIN, California

JAMES T. BROYHILL, North Carolina JOHN M. MURPHY, New York

TIM LEE CARTER, Kentucky DAVID E. SATTERFIELD III, Virginia

CLARENCE J. BROWN, Ohio BOB ECKHARDT, Texas

JAMES M. COLLINS, Texas RICHARDSON PREYER, North Carolina NORMAN F. LENT, New York JAMES H. SCHEUER, New York

EDWARD R. MADIGAN, Illinois RICHARD L. OTTINGER, New York

CARLOS J. MOORHEAD, California HENRY A. WAXMAN, California

MATTHEW J. RINALDO, New Jersey TIMOTHY E. WIRTH, Colorado

DAVE STOCKMAN, Michigan PHILIP R. SHARP, Indiana

MARC L. MARKS, Pennsylvania JAMES J. FLORIO, New Jersey

TOM CORCORAN, Minois ANTHONY TOBY MOFFETT, Connecticut GARY A. LEE, New York JIM SANTINI, Nevada

TOM LOEFFLER, Texas ANDREW MAGUIRE, New Jersey

WILLIAM E. DANNEMEYER, California
MARTY RUSSO, Illinois
EDWARD J. MARKEY, Massachusetts
THOMAS A. LUKEN, Ohio
DOUG WALGREN, Pennsylvania
ALBERT GORE, JR., Tennessee
BARBARA A. MIKULSKI, Maryland
RONALD M. MOTTL, Ohio
PHIL GRAMM, Texas
AL SWIFT, Washington
MICKEY LELAND, Texas
RICHARD C. SHELBY, Alabama

W. E. WilliaMSON, Chief Clerk and Staff Director
KENNETH J. PAINTER, First Assistant Clerk

BRIAN R. Moir, Professional Staff
BERNARD J. WUNDER, Jr., Associate Minority Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE ON COMMUNICATIONS

LIONEL VAN DEERLIN, California, Chairman JOHN M. MURPHY, New York

JAMES M. COLLINS, Texas TIMOTHY E. WIRTH, Colorado

JAMES T. BROYHILL, North Carolina MARTY RUSSO, Illinois

CARLOS J. MOORHEAD, California EDWARD J. MARKEY, Massachusetts

MARC L. MARKS, Pennsylvania RONALD M. MOTTL, Ohio

SAMUEL L. DEVINE, Ohio AL SWIFT, Washington

(Ex Officio)
THOMAS A. LUKEN, Ohio
ALBERT GORE, JR., Tennessee
HARLEY O. STAGGERS, West Virginia
(Ex Officio)

Harry M. SHOOSHAN III, Staff Director/Counsel
Carolyn F. SACHS, Communications Policy Analyst

(ID)

CONTENTS

Hearing held on-

Page

June 20, 1979.

June 26, 1979.

157

June 27, 1979

285

June 28, 1979.

515

Statement of

Arlyck, Ralph, Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers ....

44

Barton, Jay, on behalf of American Association of State Colleges and

Universities, American Council on Education, Council for Advancement

and support of Education, National Association of State Universities and

Land-Grant Colleges

397

Bartunek, Thomas, WXXI-FM, Rochester, N.Y.

158, 159

Buffone, Samuel J., communications counsel, American Federation of

State, County & Municipal Employees

491

Cardwell, James B., vice president, management and administraiton, trea-

surer, Corporation for Public Broadcasting

92

Carnevale, Anthony P., director of legislation, American Federation of
State, County & Municipal Employees

491

Cohen, Edwin G., executive director, Agency for Instructional Tele-

sion

397, 442

Conner, Patricia A., deputy director of development, research and plan-

ning, South Carolina Educaitonal Television and Radio Network 397, 456

Der, Henry, executive director, Chinese for Affirmative Action

525, 560

Elson, Edward, chairman, National Public Radio

224, 242

Engelman, Ralph, vice president, Pacifica Foundation

158

Fleming, Robben W., president, Corporation for Public Broadcasting 92, 95

Franck, Peter, vice president and chairperson, communications policy

committee, Pacifica Foundation

158, 180

Geller, Henry, Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information,

National Communications and Information Administration, Department

of Commerce

285

Goldsen, Rose K., Ph.D., professor of sociology, Cornell University

785

Golodner, Jack, director, department for professional employees, American

Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations

752

Gustafson, Julie, associate director, Global Village.

225

Guthrie, Robert, staff member, American Federation of Labor-Congress of

Industrial Organizations

752

Hall, Laurence S., on behalf of National Task Force on Public Broadcasting 657

Hart, William, president/general manager, WYES-TV, New Orleans 2, 15

Heller, Walter W., Ph. D., former chairman, council of economic advisers,

Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting

318, 355

Herndon, Lillie, chairman, Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

92

Hirschman, Ruth, general manager, KCRW-FM, Santa Monica, Calif 158

Iselin, John Jay, president, WNET/13, Newark/New York

2, 4

Kelly, J. Terrence, chairperson, American Association of Community and

Junior Colleges' Task Force on the Uses of Mass Media for Learning. 397, 458

Leibowitz, David E., Attorney-Adviser, Office of the General Counsel,

Copyright Office, Library of Congress

680

Lucas, William A., Associate Administrator for Telecommunications, Na-

tional Telecommunications and Information Administration, Depart-

ment of Commerce

285, 286

McCarter, William, president, Chicago Public Television ....

2

McGill, William J., Ph. D., chairman, Carnegie Commission on the Future

of Public Broadcasting,

318

Mahoney, Sheila, counsel, Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public

Broadcasting

318

Statement of-Continued

Mandelbaum, Seymour, Ph. D., chairman, graduate group on regional and Page city planning, University of Pennsylvania

150 Mankiewicz, Frank, president, National Public Radio.

224 Marks, Richard D., counsel, Alaska Public Television, Inc., et al

54, 149 Marshall, Pluria, chairman, National Black Media Coalition

268 Meuche, Steven K., general manager, WKAR-AM-FM, Michigan State University

158, 206 Minov Newton, chairma Public Broadcasting Service

590 Morrison, Jane, Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers, Inc .... 525 Morse, Harold E., director of education, Appalachian Education Satellite Program, Appalachian Regional Commission

397, 473 Motz, Julie, Hudson River Film Co

525, 554 O'Doherty, Brian, Director, Media Arts Program, National Endowment for the Arts

515 Powell, Richard M., on behalf of Writers Guild of America, West

275 Press, 0. Leonard, executive director, Kentucky Educational Television (Lexington)

2, 17 Rassbach, Elsa, president, Public Forum Productions

525, 584 Reilly, John, executive director, Global Village ...

525, 537 Ringer, Barbara, Register of Copyrights and Assistant Librarian of Con

gress for Copyright Services, Copyright Office, Library of Congress 680 Roseman, Walda, vice president for national affairs, National Public Radio 224 Steen, Paul, general manager, KPBS-TV, San Diego.........

2,18 Thomas, Thomas J., executive director, National Federation of Community Broadcasters

158, 160 Tighe, Mary Ann, deputy chairman for programs, National endowment for the Arts

525 Wolfinger, Barbara, project director, Poetry Playhouse

525, 550 Additional material submitted for the record by

Agency for Instructional Television, attachment to Mr. Cohen's prepared statement (brochure)......

448 Alaska Public Television, Inc., et al., attachment to Mr. Marks' prepared

statement, appendix A-list of licensees of public radio and television
stations ...

87 American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations, attachments to Mr. Golodner's prepared statement: Affiliates of the department for professional employees

762 Excerpt from Variety, Wednesday, June 13, 1979—KTCA's Kobin sees dual role ahead for PTV's: local and national

763 Statements by the AFL-CIO executive council: May 8, 1979, Washington, D.C...

764 February 26, 1979, Bal Harbour, Fla

768 February 17, 1979, Bal Harbour, Fla

770 August 29, 1977, Washington, D.C.......

774 American Association of State Colleges and Universities, et al., attachments to Mr. Barton's prepared statement: Joint Council on Educational Telecommunications...

431 Letter, dated February 15, 1979 from National Association of State

Universities and Land-Grant Colleges to Federal Communications
Commission re amending multiple ownership rules to include educa-
tional FM and TV stations

434 Letter, dated June 25, 1979 from Council for Advancement and Sup

port of Education to Chairman Van Deerlin re future of American
higher education ....

437
Telecommunications and the National Association of State Universi-
ties and Land-Grant Colleges ....

406 Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers, Inc., letter dated June

28, 1979 from Ms. Morrision to Communications Subcommittee re invita-
tion of gorups to recommend members for nominating panel of Program
Services Endowment

536 Chinese for Affirmative Action, attachment to Mr. Der's prepared_state

ment, letter, dated May 8, 1979 from The Association of Chinese Teach-
ers to Mr. Grossman, PBS re TV series “Bean Sprouts”.

580 Page 116

146 137

545

547 548

707

751

Additional material submitted for the record by-Continued
Corporation for Public Broadcasting:

Attachment to Mr. Fleming's prepared statement, section-by-section

analysis of portions of titles IV and VI
Letter, dated July 5, 1979, from Mr. Fleming to Chairman Van Deerlin

re CPB position on transfer of certain public broadcast licensee

responsibilities..........

Salary structure
Global Village, articles attached to Mr. Reilly's prepared Statement:

“What rights for independents?" New York Times, Sunday, May 20,

1979
Public TV: “Where do the funds go?" New York Times, Sunday, June

24, 1979..

An Op Ed page for television, Access 28, February 23, 1976
Library of Congress, attachment to Ms. Ringer's prepared statement,
chapter V, secondary transmissions, including cable television
Letter dated July 6, 1979 from Ms. Ringer to Chairman Van Deerlin re

compare the amount of copyright royalty fees paid per year, per
viewing home, by over-the-air television system operators under

their compulsory licenses
National Task Force on Public Broadcasting, attachments to Mr. Hall's
prepared statement:

Bylaws of the community advisory board of KQED, Inc

KQED, Inc.'s regional advisory committee
Pacifica Foundation, attachment to Mr. Franck's prepared statement,

awards received by Pacifica Foundation and its stations..
Public Broadcasting Service, attachments to Mr. Minow's prepared state-
ment:

Attachment 1-Remarks of Commissioner Tyrone Brown
Attachment 2-American Independent Productions on PBS
Attachment 3:

Comparative analysis of the Public Broadcasting funding mecha

nisms.
Proposed direct funding mechanism for and endowment for pro-

gram development Statements submitted for the record by

Alaska Public Broadcasting Commission
American Library Association...

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union ......
Letter submitted for the record by-

Ohio Educational Television Network Commission, Dave L. Fornshell,

executive director

667 676

200

619 628

635

631

792 804 800

819

ORGANIZATIONS REPRESENTED AT HEARINGS

Agency for Instructional Television, Edwin C. Cohen, executive director. American Association of Community and Junior Colleges' Task Force on the Uses

of Mass Media for Learning, J. Terrence Kelly, chairperson. American Association of State Colleges and Universities, Jay Barton. American Council on Education, see American Association of State Colleges and

Universities.
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations:

Golodner, Jack, director, department for professional employees.

Guthrie, Robert, staff member.
American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees:

Buffone, Samuel J., communications council.

Carnevale, Anthony P., director of legislation. Appalachian Regional Commission, Harold E. Morse, director of education,

Appalachian Education Satelliate Program.
Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers:

Arlyck, Ralph.
Morrison, Jane.

surer.

Carnegie Commission on the Future of Public Broadcasting:

Heller, Walter W., Ph. D., former chairman, council of economic advisers.
McGill, William J., Ph. D., chairman.

Mahoney, Shelia, counsel.
Chicago Public Television, William McCarter, president.
Chinese or Affirmative Action, Henry Der, executive director.
Commerce Department:

Geller, Henry, Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information,

National Communications and Information Administration. Lucas, William A., Associate Administrator for Telecommunications and

Information Administration. Corporation for Public Broadcasting:

Cardwell, James B., Vice President, Management and Administration, TreaFleming, Robben W., President.

Herndon, Lillie, Chairman.
Council for Advancement and Support of Education, see American Association of

State Colleges and Universities.
Global Village:

Gustafson, Julie, associate director.

Reilly, John, executive director. Hudson River Film Co., Julie Motz. Kentucky Educational Television (Lexington), O. Leonard Press, executive direc

tor. Library of Congress:

Leibowitz, David E., Attorney-Adviser, Officer of the General Counsel, Copy

right Office. Ringer, Barbara, Register of Copyrights and Assistant Librarian of Congress

for Copyright Services, Copyright Office. National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, see Ameri

can Association of State Colleges and Universities. National Black Media Coalition, Pluria Marshall, chairman. National Endowment for the Arts:

O'Doherty, Brian, director, media arts program.

Tighe, Mary Ann, deputy chairman for programs. National Federation of Community Broadcasters, Thomas J. Thomas, executive

director.
National Public Radio:

Elson, Edward, chairman.
Mankiewicz, Frank, president.

Rosenman, Walda, vice president for national affairs.
National Task Force on Public Broadcasting, Laurence S. Hall.
Pacifica Foundation:

Engelman, Ralph, vice president.
Franck, Peter, vice president and chairperson, communications policy com-

mittee.
Poetry Playhouse, Barbara Wolfinger, project director.
Public Broadcasting Service, Newton Minow, chairman.
Public Forum Productions, Elsa Rassbach, president.
South Carolina Educational Television and Radio Network, Patrica A. Conner,

deputy director of development and planning. Writers Guild of America, West, Richard M. Powell.

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