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Frost v. Railroad Commission--

113
General Electric Co---

489
General Electric v. Federal Radio Commission

476
Gill, John.-

216
Gompers v. Bucks Stove & Range Co---

117
Government ownership of radio broadcast stations-

311
Grange and Farmers' Union..

267, 270
Gray, Gordon---

203
In re Great Lakes Broadcasting Company -

555
Green, William_

400, 401, 405
Groner, Justice D. Lawrence_.

116, 193, 476
Grosjean v. American Press Company-- 116, 135, 136,138, 170, 174, 185, 230, 615
Gunther, Frank_-

203
Gwynne, Representative John W.

404
Haaker, Edwin L.

415–416
Hall v. Dunn.--

573
Halleck, Representative_

405
Hamilton, Andrew-

216
Hancock, John--

216
Hannegan v. Esquire----

139, 171, 617
Harkness, Richard.

404, 406, 416
Harrison, George.

401, 405
Hartley, Representative...

404
Hearings. (See Practice and procedure.)
Hennessey, Philip J., Jr-

74
Henry, Bill..

505, 510
"Here's How”.

455, 463, 470
Hirschmann, Ira A--

203
Hodel, E. J---

203
Hofheinz, Roy.

203
Hollywood

299
Holt, Stella.

509
Hope, Bob

541
Horner v. U. S_

115
House, Representatives of, report (S. Doc. 248, 79th Cong.)

192
H. R. 1470 (80th Cong.)

68
H. R. 3595 (80th Cong.)

284
H. R. 5497 (77th Cong.)

16, 45, 47, 49, 67, 68, 69, 76, 78, 81, 91
House Resolution 64, 79th Congress.

334-335
Howard, Ralph.

416
Hughes, Chief Justice Charles Evans_

116, 559
Hyde, Rosel H..

14
Idaho Power Co----

527
Indecent language. (See Obscenity; S. 1333, sec. 20.)
“Instrument of Authorization” (S. 1333, sec. 11) -

99-100, 363, 369
Interdepartmental Radio Advisory Committee_

439, 441
Interference. (See Aggrieved or adversely affected party.)
Internal Revenue Bureau--

266, 304
International broadcasting--

360
International Civil Aviation Organization..

439, 441
International News Service --

410, 507, 513, 531, 537
International Telecommunications Conference, 1947-. 14, 23, 29, 339, 439, 441
Interstate Commerce Act--

386–387
Interstate Commerce Commission.

22, 173
Jackson, Andrew..

449
Jackson, Justice Robert H.

173, 619
Jameson, Guilford_,

74, 88
Jansky, C. M., Jr.

203
Jefferson, Thomas_

305, 549
Jett, E. K..

14, 28–29, 46, 53, 65
Johnson, Alvin.

446
Johnson, Henry M-

453, 467
Johnston, Eric-

200
Jones, Robert W.

213
Jordan, Max.

416-417

Page
Journal Company v. Federal Radio Commission-

193
Journal of the Bar Association of the District of Columbia.

80
Judgment, declaratory. (See Practice and procedure.)
Judicial Review (see also Communications Act, sec. 402; Practice and pro-
cedure; S. 1333, sec. 22).

67–68, 85, 132, 187–188, 369
Administrative Procedure Act-

191–192
Kaltenborn, H. V..

410, 417
Ketcham, Robert T..

374, 376
KFKB v. Federal Radio Commission-

58, 477
Kobak, Edgar----

335, 460
Kohn, Raymond F-

203
Koop, Theodore F.

220
Labor organizations.

52, 373, 377, 512, 580
Lazarsfeld, Paul F.

219, 223
League of Women Voters---

52, 241, 548, 557
Legislation, need for. (See Need for new legislation.)
Lenin, Nicolai---

134, 135
L. & N. R. Co. v. U. S.

386
Leonard, Richard T., statement by --

579–584
Letters From-
Armour Co__

596
Broadcasting Publications, Inc.--

593
Burn-Smith Co., Inc---

592
Columbia Broadcasting System--

596
Federal Communications Commission---

591-592
Finch Telecommunications, Inc.-

574-578
Grain, G. D., Jr--

593
KOIL

594
KRLC.-

594
KTFI Radio Broadcasting Co.

595
KTUC-

595
KTUL.

594
KUJ

594
KWSC.

579
Laymen's National Committee, Inc.

579
Mansfield, Representative Mike-

592
Mosby, A. J.

590-591
NAB

591
North Central Broadcasting System, Inc.

593
Onge, Constance C----

593
S. E. S. A. C., Inc.

595
University of South Carolina.

597-598
WCHS

594
Wichita Broadcasting Co-

595
WIRE..

594-595
WMAZ

596
WRVA

595
WSMB, Inc.-

593
Lewis, Fulton..

541, 550
Libel and slander (see also Censorship; S. 1333, sec. 15):

In general-- 52, 104-105, 269, 282, 318, 343, 357, 369, 513-514, 527, 533, 537, 550
Liability of speaker--

526, 528, 532-533, 535
Liability of stations-

83, 228,
269, 271, 277, 284-286, 343, 355, 365, 431, 434, 525, 528, 532-533, 535,

559, 597-598.
Liability of networks..

533, 570
Licensees

35, 62, 125-126, 164, 224
Qualifications. (See Applications.)
Reports to Federal Communications Commission.

32, 199,
201–202, 204, 226, 236–240, 265, 269–270, 275, 304-305, 307, 308, 312,

324, 362, 400, 554, 581-583.
Licenses :
In general--

34-35, 301-302
Construction permit.

344, 360, 363
Defined (see also S. 1333, sec. 3)

360
Economic considerations.

78, 80–81, 201, 206–207, 225, 308-311, 362

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Modification of_.

364, 369
Renewal of
In general.

45–46,
78–79, 87, 95-98, 145, 168–169, 193–194, 230–231, 270, 279, 362, 363,

369, 522.
Services rendered in past (see also S. 1333, sec. 16) --

57–58,
96–98, 119–120, 128, 130, 159-161, 181, 197, 221, 229-231, 283, 306,

316, 355, 366, 408–410, 476, 558.
Revocation of (see also Communications Act, sec. 312; S. 1333, sec.
14).

51-52, 82–83, 87, 188–189, 194, 250, 341, 363, 364
Special service authorizations.

45, 100
Suspension of-

101
Term of..---

495-497
Transfer of control or license, in general..

46, 49–51, 79, 363
Qualification and choice of transferee (see also S. 1333, sec. 13). 82, 340,

347, 431, 434, 555-556
Liquor Law Repeal and Enforcement Act-

574
Lohnes, Horace L-----

75, 89
Lord & Thomas Advertising Agency-

348
Lotteries

106-107, 115
Lovett, Eliot.

74
Lounsberry, I. R-

384
Low power stations -

239–240, 568
Macfarland, Charles S-

589
MacVane, John F---

417
Magidoff, Robert-

418
Maple Flooring Assoc, v. U. S.

387
Marshall, Gen. George-

220.
Marx, Karl----

561
Mayflower Broadcasting Corporation, In the Matter of -

145,

173–174, 181, 197, 212, 217, 462, 470, 618
McAndrew, William R-

418
McCall, Francis C----

418
McCandless v. State-

573
McCarran, Pat_--

191
McCormick, Robert_

418
McGee, Fibber and Molly-

426, 541
McGraw-Hill Publishing Co..

348
McIntire, Rev. Carl---

335, 379, 382
McIntire et al. v. Penn Broadcasting Co. (WPEN)

382-383
McIver, Robert M__

450
Meany, George_-

400, 401, 405
Metropolitan areas.

44, 542, 566
Meyers, Joseph 0.

418-419
Midlen, John H.

74
Miller, Justin

74, 108, 300, 428, 466, 467,539, 544, 545, 549
Minority parties. (See Equal opportunity.)
Misrepresentations by licensee (see also Licenses)--

--- 46, 51
Mobile stations. (See Relay stations.)
Monopoly (see also Chain broadcasting regulations; Networks; Multiple
ownership)

43, 44, 159, 164–165, 266, 270,
310, 324, 327, 329, 342, 367, 385–386, 542, 545–546, 560, 563, 567, 571
Monopoly of networks. (See Networks.)
Moody, Blair

291
Moore, Senator E. H.

159
Morris, Sam----

467
Morrison-Knudsen Construction Co-

527
Mosby, A. J--

426
Mueller, Merrill_

419
Mugler v. Kansas.

573
Mullens, Frank.

371, 376
Multiple ownership (see also Chain broadcasting regulations; S. 1333,
sec. 19 (C) (2)):
In general.

34, 43, 62, 166, 299, 358, 367-368
Twenty-five percent limitation -

62–70,
208, 281, 326–328, 331-332, 368, 426–427, 523, 560, 562–563

Multiple ownership/Continued

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In FM -

70, 208, 326
In television

326
Multiplexing (see also Facsimile and frequency modulation.)
Murdock v. Common Ct. of Penna-

387
Murray, Philip_-

400, 401, 405
Mutual Broadcasting System.

60, 70, 300, 348, 353, 590
Number of affiliates.

348
Organization of..

348-349
Program of---

352
Religious programs-

378, 403, 472, 532, 533, 565
National Association of Broadcasters (NAB)

107, 108, 111, 112, 143, 147, 155, 196, 201, 220, 250, 255, 326, 334, 338,

342, 374, 376, 426, 428, 455, 463, 464, 470, 511, 539, 544, 554, 558
Chicago convention.

631-652
Code

198, 544
Report, volume 7-

20
National Association of Evangelists

474
National Association of Manufacturers_

401, 403, 508
National Association of Radio News Directors.

597
National Broadcasting Co---

60,589
Programs.

424
Policy on public questions,

407
Religious programs.

371-372, 373, 376, 377, 390, 401, 402, 403, 407
Staff

424
Staff of reporters..-

412-424
Stations

64, 205, 296, 254, 281, 348, 371, 390, 427, 461, 491, 511, 544, 565
National Broadcasting Company, Inc., et al. v. United States, et al--

31,

54, 180, 384, 385, 387, 476, 619
National Labor Relations Act--

115
National Opinion Research Center.

320
National Religious Broadcasters. Inc----

471, 474
National Temperance and Prohibition Council.

453, 455, 407
National Woman's Christian Temperance Union..

476
Navy Department..

439, 441
Near v. Minnesota---

116, 120, 140, 167, 169, 174, 181, 185, 559
Need for new legislation

13, 71–72, 188–189, 287, 290, 318
“Needs and requirements" (S. 1333, sec. 9) (see also Equitable distribution
of stations)

33–45, 164, 201-202, 270, 362, 388, 400, 554
Nelson Brothers Bond & Mortgage Company v. Federal Radio Commission- 476
Networks, in general.

41
196, 264, 280, 296–298, 324-325, 327-328, 337, 345–346, 356,358, 361,

367–368, 406, 425 426, 472, 475, 523, 553, 560, 571, 586-587, 589–590
Chain broadcasting regulations. (See Chain broadcasting regulations.)
Competition between..

61
Definition---

16, 54, 75, 76, 196, 226-227, 240-241, 274, 337, 360
Earnings, profits..

66
FM (frequency modulation)

588
Multiple ownership--

280-281
Option time

262, 264–265, 296–297, 326, 358, 368, 425-426, 586–588, 590
Programs

228, 244-245, 298, 586-587
Rules_

541
Station ownership by.

64-65, 84, 166-167, 328, 331, 358
Television

588
Network decision of Supreme Court. (See National Broadcasting Company,

Inc., et al. v. United States.)
New Deal --

537
New v. United States.

113
New Orleans v. Smythe.

573
New York City -

63, 268, 299, 332
New York Neus case-

134, 135
News, in general ---

264
Analysts (see also Commentators)

102,
208, 278–280, 294–295, 507, 530-531. 537
Announcement of source (see also S. 1333, sec. 18).

58-60,
84, 184, 220, 259–261, 263-264, 278, 292-293, 323, 357, 367,
410-411, 424, 498–508, 513, 523, 529,530, 536–537, 550-551,
559, 569, 597.

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Responsibility-
Of broadcaster--

154-155, 508
Of network.

503–504, 508
Of speaker

504, 513
Of sponsor-

154-155, 502
News Syndicate Co--

134, 522
Newspaper ownership of stations-

44, 69–70, 209, 434, 567, 583
Norton, K. A.

488
Notice of appearance. (See Practice and procedure.)
Number of stations (see also FM (frequency modulation) and television -- 39,

42, 224-225, 309-310
Obscenity-

67, 84, 118, 130, 184–185, 269, 281–283, 368, 431, 551
Ohio State's Ohio General Code -

564
Olmstead v. United States.

113.
O'Neil, W. M.

563
Option time. (See Networks.)
Order to show cause--

98
"Overthrow of the Government” (S. 1333, sec. 17)

581
Paley, William S-----

314-315
Panama Refining Company v. Ryan--

113, 620
Parent-Teacher Association_

252, 267
Parker, Dorothy-

509
Parr, William Grant--

419
"Parties in interest” (see also Practice and procedure). 80, 205–206, 276, 388
Protest by-

100-101, 206
Pearl Harbor..

433
Pearson, Drew-

513
Penalties, transfer proceedings.

46
Pennekamp v. Florida..

140
Pennsylvania Broadcasting Co--

349
Pennsylvania Gazette..

215
The People Look at Radio-

320
Peterson, Arnold..

563
Peterson, Elmer W.

419_420
Petty, Don.-

300
Phoenix, Ariz.

239
Pickard, G. W.

483
Pine, Thomas_

216
Political Action Committee (PAC)-

267, 270
Political parties. (See Candidates for public office; Equal opportunity.)
Porter, Paul_

490
Postwar development of radio-

39, 42, 309-310
Pottsville Broadcasting Co. v. Federal Communications Commission---

87
Practice and procedure:
Aggrieved or adversely affected parties.

81, 145, 175, 194–195
Appeal (see also Communications Act, sec. 402; S. 1333, sec. 22) - 85–87,

106, 145, 175, 177-180, 182
Cease and desist orders.

51-52, 83, 87, 101–102, 188, 194, 221, 363–364
Certiorari_-

87, 369
Declaratory rulings. (See Declaratory ruling.)
Hearings

47–49, 76, 79, 92, 191–192, 555–556
Hearing officers...

17, 39, 48, 69, 88
Protest against grant of license_.

47-48, 81–82
Rehearing (see also Communications Act, sec. 405, and S. 1333,
sec. 23)-

68–69, 81, 87–88, 101, 369
Review, judicial (see judicial review), transfer of license (AVCO
procedure).

49–51
President's speeches—equal opportunity-

403, 405–406, 449, 540-541
Press, freedom. (See Free speech; First amendment.)
Press and radio, in general.

123,
126, 152–154, 213-219, 236, 273, 295, 310, 332, 359, 368, 372, 391, 399,

425, 467, 535–536.
Analogies

120-121,
126, 140, 149–150, 165-166, 168, 181, 183–184, 186, 272-273, 327,

399, 406, 432, 434 435, 477.
Censorship-

140
Facsimile

199–200

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