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CHART 24:-- Nondramatic literature and poetry
(Program performance on all stations surveyed)
Type of performance
Readings of 6 short poems. Readings from "Alice In Wonder
land.” Readings from Emerson. Reading of nursery rhyme. 1' complete poem and 2 book ex
cerpts read and shown on tele
matic technique. Readings from book, poem, and
periodical. Reading of poems by their
Kindergarten class, illustrated
children's book read and
shown. Book illustrations on Denmark. Paragraph read from book. Diagrams and illustrations from
book and magazine. Illustrations and quotations
from book. Rea ings from historical books. Illustrated children's book read
and shown. Hlustrated 18th century book
shown. Children's book told and read.
Reading from 2 books on
architecture. Children's book read to puppet
Book illustrations shown but
not read. Newspaper and magazine
VIII. BROADCAST LOGS OF FIVE ETV STATIONS IN NEW YORK STATE
Pocketfull of Fun, No. 17.
Preschool storytelling, arts, and crafts. Children of Other Lands—“Denmark 4th, 5th, and 6th grade geography. Understanding Science, No. 10.
4th grade science. Parlons Francais I, No. 19.
4th grade French. Exploring Science, No. 10.
5th grade science. Alive and About, No. 9..
1st, 2d, and 3d grade science. Sounds To Say, No. 11
1st grade English. Music U.S.A., No. 10.
4th and 5th grade music appreciation. People and Their World, No. 9.
6th and 7th grade geography.
High school art appreciation.
ington, No. 1."
Preschool storytelling, arts, and crafts.
1st and 2d grade science. Parlons Francais I, No. 19.
4th grade French.
6th grade science.
1st, 2d, and 3d grade music appreciation. English: Fact and Fancy, No. 10..
ington, No. 1."
Children's music appreciation.
Preschool instructional entertainment.
8- to 12-year-old instructional entertain
Adult-Documentary on U.N. peacekeep
Adult-Documentary on Great Britain.
Adult-Debate on Federal aid to parochial
schools. N.E.T. Journal-"The Lion and The Adult-Documentary on Pearl Harbor.
History of Latin America, No. 23.
8:15 8:45. 9:15 9:45. 10:10 10:35. 11. 12. 1:05. 1:30. 1:55. 2:20 2:45. 3:05. 3:19. 6:30 7.. 7:14. 7:30.
History of Latin America I, No. 23.
8. 8.30 9.
WNYC, Dec. 9, 1966
U.N. General Assembly
Adult-Broadcast from U.N.
Adult - Professional musicians.
Policemen-Holiday traffic safety.
High school panel discussion,
Adult-Investing and investment.
Adult-News and weather.
Adult-Documentary on King of Den
mark Brooklyn College -—“Conversation with Adult-Discussion on uses of television in Foster".
underdeveloped nations. Basketball-NYU vs. Farleigh Dickinson. Adult-Basketball game. American Cookout Championship.. Adult-Documentary on American cook.
Adult-Discussion on high price of gro.
9:45. 10 10:30.
KNZ-71, Dec. 15, 1966
Sounds Near and Far.
5th grade science.
COPYRIGHT LAW REVISION
FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1967
Washington, D.C. The subcommittee met, pursuant to call, at 10:10 a.m., in room 3302, New Senate Office Building, Senator Quentin Burdick (presiding).
Present: Senators Burdick and Fong.
Also present: Thomas C. Brennan, chief counsel; Edd N. Williams, Jr., assistant counsel; Stephen G. Haaser, chief clerk, Subcommittee on Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights; George S. Green, professional staff member, full committee; and Horace L. Flurry, representing Senator Philip A. Hart.
Senator BURDICK. We have some witnesses today to be introduced by our colleague, Senator Lausche, of Ohio.
STATEMENT OF HON. FRANK J. LAUSCHE, A U.S. SENATOR FROM
THE STATE OF OHIO
Senator LAUSCHE. Mr. Chairman, members of the committee, in Ohio we have a reasonably substantial part of our economy that is engaged in the business of providing music for various types of business. Today I am here to present to this committee Mr. Nicholas Allen, representing the Music Operators of America.
It is my understanding that he contemplates discussing especially the provisions of section 116, which, under the language adopted by the House lifts completely the exemptions that have thus far been provided for music operators and substitutes therefor a royalty program which the music operators believe is unworkable.
I am not familiar with the merits of this dispute and, therefore, cannot speak upon them. But it is my understanding that the music operators take the position that if Congress determines that there should be a royalty, the music operators are prepared to pay it on a fair and workable basis.
It is the opinion of the operators that the provisions that are now in the House are not workable and are not fair.
Now, I present to you Mr. Nicholas Allen, representing the Music Operators of America, and I will ask him to present the members of the association that he has with him.
I come here especially at the request of Maynard C. Hopkins of Galion, Ohio, and Mr. William E. Hullinger of Delphos, Ohio, both members of the board of directors of this association.
STATEMENTS OF NICHOLAS E. ALLEN, COUNSEL; JAMES F. TOLI.
SANO, ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.; WILLIAM B. CANNON, HADDON-
The witnesses today will be Mr. James F. Tolisano, to my right, from St. Petersburg, Fla.; Mr. Ted Nichols from Fremont, Nebr.; Mr. William Richard Lumpkin, from Ashland, Va., on my right.
On my left are Mr. William Cannon, Haddonfield, N.J., and Mrs. Leoma Ballard from Belle, W. Va.
Senator BURDICK. First of all, I think I will incorporate all of your statements without objection in the record, and then you can proceed in th order that you wish. If you wish to summarize, the chairman always appreciates it, but your total statements will all go in the record.
Mr. ALLEN. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I believe our people have fairly short statements and they would like to stay with them.
First, I would like to call on Mr. James Tolisano, president of the national organization, Music Operators of America, Inc.
STATEMENT OF JAMES F. TOLISANO, NATIONAL PRESIDENT,
MUSIC OPERATORS OF AMERICA
Mr. TOLISANO. My name is James F. Tolisano, I reside at St. Petersburg, Fla. I have been a member of Music Operators of America for 17 years, I have been a director of the organization for most of those years, and I have held offices of vice president, secretary, and treasurer, and am presently national president. I am also treasurer of the Florida Amusement & Music Association. For 8 years prior to moving to Florida, I was president of Music Operators of Connecticut.
I have been engaged in the coin-operated phonograph business for 33 years, and I am owner of West Coa Music Co. in Clearwater, Fla.
My company operates approximately 175 coin-operated amusement machines, including 50 phonographs, within a 50-mile radius of Clearwater.
Our equipment is located in small-type restaurants, drive-ins, youth centers, family recreation centers, and taverns. This includes the city of St. Petersburg and other cities and small towns in Pinellas County.
I would like to emphasize that I am a "working" operator, by which I mean I personally go out on my routes and do some of the actual servicing and maintenance of my equipment, and have close relationships with my location owners. In this way I have direct knowledge of this business on a personal, State, and local, as well as national basis.