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Press and radio, in general-Continued

Page
Liabilities

369
Monopoly

128-129, 328
Multiple ownership-

330
Number of

140, 273, 393-399
Regulation of

120-121,
126, 129, 150, 154, 217, 272-273, 305, 315–318, 429 430, 432, 473
Prettyman, Justice E. Barrat_

80
Price, Byron----

220
Prince v. Massachusetts..

117
Privacy, right of. (See Libel and slander.)
Profits made by broadcasters---

224
Programs (see also Federal Communications Commission; Regulations):
In general.-

170–171, 244–246, 250, 273, 306, 313–314, 352, 403, 444
Children's

352
Compulsory diversification of. (See Blue Book.)
Commercial programs.-

199,
219, 226, 231-232, 237, 239, 313, 317, 326, 534, 582
Control of -

122–123,
129, 142, 160, 171, 197, 222–223, 225-226, 229, 253, 278, 302, 307,

322, 324, 344, 351, 353-354, 366, 549.
Daytime serials. (See “Soap operas.")
Education

297, 352
Entertainment

297
Forum

408
Musical

250, 353-354, 534
Network programs. (See Chain broadcasting regulations.)
News commentators. (See Commentators, news.)
National Broadcasting Co. (See National Broadcasting Co.)
Political. (See Candidates for public office.)
Public attitude -

247,
302-303, 306–307, 314, 319-320, 352–354, 410, 518519, 582-583
Public interest_

314, 316
Renewal and program service. (See Licenses.)
Religious. (See also Religion)

377-378
Sensational__

320
“Soap operas"

353
Sustaining-

219, 237,239, 313, 317, 478, 534, 582
Program, list of:
Album of Familiar Music--

426
Amos 'n Andy-

425
Benny Goodman Show

425
Cavalcade of America.

425
Fibber McGee and Molly.

425
Hope, Bob..

426
Lutheran Hour.

371, 472
New England Forum.

259-260
New York Philharmonic Orchestra -

222, 237
Percy Crawford Church of the Air..

472
Religion in the News_

372-373
Skelton, Red-

425 426
The Telephone Hour-

425
Vallee, Rudy ---

426
Voice of Firestone-

425
Program logs

298
Progressive Citzens of America, radio division----

552
Protest. (See Practice and procedure.)
Public interest (see also Programs; News; License, renewal) :
In general

131, 197, 281, 311, 314-316, 371, 407, 443 444, 517, 582
Defined

408 409
Public interest, convenience, and necessity (see also Licenses; renewal), 122-124,

126, 145, 174, 212–213, 248, 250, 302, 364, 366-367, 399, 554, 555, 590
Notion of

253, 302, 351, 410
Public officials, radio talks by (see also S. 1333, sec. 17) 207–208, 260-261, 264
“Public or political questions" (S. 1333, sec. 17). (See Controversial issues.)
Public utility

232–233, 227, 266

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Public Utility Holding Company. Act--

327
Pulitzer Publishing Co. v. Federal Communications Commission_.

387
Pure Oil Co--

410
- Quickly, Frank T..

75, 89
Radio Act of 1927-

35, 37, 357, 386, 337, 390, 435
- Radio Correspondence Association.

498, 505
Radio Corporation of America.

391, 575
Radio Planning Board---

488
Radio sets, number of_-

297
Radio Station WOW, Inc. V. Johnson__

387
Radio station, list of:
CKLW

349
KDB

349
KDKA

213, 214
KECA.

64
KFAB

459, 465
KFAC

378
KFLW

300
KFRC

349, 564
KBG

349
KGGM

465
KGO

64
KHJ.

349, 535
KIDO.

527
KLRA.

465
KMBC.

459
KMOX.

64, 330, 458,465, 466, 470
KNX_

64, 330
KOA.

64, 462
КОВ.

462
KODY

226, 227,240
KOPY-FM.

203
KOZY.

203
KPO.

64
KQW

44, 65
KRAC.

375
KRLD.

465, 470
KRNR.

299, 312
KTHT.

203
KWKH.

465
KWSC_

579
WAAB

349
WABF-FM_

203
WAPI..

64
WASH

203
WBBM

64, 330, 465, 466
WBCA

202
WCAU_

465
WCBC-FM_

205
WCBS.

64, 330, 465
WCCO.

64, 330, 465, 466
WCFC_

203
WCFL.

282
WDGY.

378
WEAF

215
WEAN

349
WEAW

205
WEEI

64, 330
WENR.

64
WFAA.

462
WGN.

70, 349, 460
WGR.

584, 585, 587
WGY

214
WHAS

465
WHK

349

Radio station, list of—Continued

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WHKC_

349, 583–584
WHKK

349
WHO-

248
WICC.

349
WINC.

482
WINX

202
WINX-FM.

202
WIP

349
WJR.

374, 376
WJW

563
WJZ

64
WKBW

585
WLAC.

465
WLW.

82
WMAQ-

64, 462
WMIT-FM-

203
WNAC.

215, 349
WNBC.

64
WNBH

505
WNOX

378
WOKO.

46
WONS.

349
WOOD

64
WOR

70, 349, 428
WORL

46
WOW

226, 227, 240
WPDQ-

533
WPEN.

375, 378, 379, 381, 383, 384
WRC

64, 482
WREC.

465
WRVA.

465
WSJS.

203
WSJS/FM_

203
WSM.

462
WTAM.

64
WTAR

265, 269
WTIC.

254, 255
WTIC-FM.

254, 264
WTOP-

64, 330, 465, 482
WWDC.

473
WWJ.

213, 289, 292
WWL

465, 470
WWNC-

430, 434
WXYZ..

64
Radio spectrum. (See Allocation of frequencies.)
Radio technical Commission for Aeronautics_

439, 441
Radio telephone_-

441
Railroad radio---

442
Railroad Retirement Board v. Alton R. R-

113
Rapier, In re--

115
Ray, Stanley W., Jr.

203
Ray, William

420
Ream, Joseph

314, 335, 464
Reasonable charges (sec. 1, Communications Act of 1934)

38 )
Red Network---

426
Referendum. (See Controversial issues.)
Regions, population in nine---
Regulation:
Attitude of public toward..

446, 449, 467, 518, 544-545
By Government (see also S. 1333, sec. 16) -

53-54,
118, 128, 217–219, 221, 223–226, 232, 253, 266-267, 272-274, 303,
305-307, 311-313, 315-317, 320–321, 323, 325, 326, 334, 346,

351, 358, 409–410, 425, 429, 478, 557–558.
Self-regulation..

250, 252, 320, 334
Utilities. (See Public utility.)

63

371,

Rehearing procedure. (See Communications Act, sec. 405, Practice and
Procedure, and S. 1333, sec. 23.)

Page
Relay stations (see Frequency modulation and television)-- 204, 274, 337, 345, 439
Religious broadcasts (see Atheists; Programs) :
In general.----

370_371, 373–374, 376, 382, 384-385, 472, 475, 588–590
Discrimination.--

380, 471-475, 589–590
Donating and selling time_-.

374-375, 376–378, 380-381, 384-385, 472, 475, 590
Renewal of license. (See Licenses.)
Reorganization Act--

111
Reports (see S. 1333, sec. 6):

By Federal Communications Commission to Congress- 30-31, 78, 95, 275
Research Liaison Division of the Navy Department--

442
Residents of the community. (See Licensees.)
Restraint of trade. (See Antitrust laws.)
Reuben, Bob -

420
Revocation of license. (See License.)
Reynolds v. United States

115
Richardson, Stanley P--

420_421
Rights, Bill of (see Chain broadcasting regulations and Free speech).

181, 212

283, 285–286, 471, 474, 528
Roberson, Frank_

568
Roberts, Justice Owen.

366
Rollo, Reed T.

34
Roosevelt, F. D.

379, 448, 449
Rowell, Russel

74
Rule making, by Congress or Federal Communications Commission.

199
Rules and regulations-

24–26,
50, 55–56, 60–61, 81, 101, 280, 548, 561, 563–564, 585–587
Ruppert v. Caffey---

573
Rural areas, service to-

542
Russia..

372
Ryan, J. Harold..

219
Saerchinger, Cesar.

421
Safety and special services. (See Federal Communications Commission.)
St. John, Robert-

510
Samuels v. McCurdy_

573
Sanders, Representative.

360
San Francisco--

62
Scharfeld, Arthur..

74
Schenk v. United States

117
Schneider, Adolph J-

421
Schneider v. Irvington--

117
Scott, Robert Harold, In re Petition of-

176
Scripts (see also Libel and slander; Programs and S. 1333, sec. 17):
Submission of, to broadcaster---

228, 269, 283, 285–286
Securities and Exchange Commission.-

22
Self-regulation. (See Regulation.)
Senate Interstate Commerce Committee_

315
Senate Judiciary Committee----

332
Senate Resolution 113 (77th Cong.)

360
S. 265. (See Capper bill.)
S. 814 (78th Cong. )--

16, 45,
46, 47, 49, 53, 58, 67, 68, 69, 78, 79, 83, 84, 87, 105, 147, 209, 326,

338, 359, 360–365, 367–370, 391, 428, 434, 599–600.
Confidential committee print of proposed report--

75, 81, 84
S. 1333 (S0th Cong.) :
In general-

1-12, 13, 16, 80, 138-139, 188–189, 192, 349–350
Comparison of provisions of, with those of S. 814 (78th Cong.) and
H. R. 5497 (77th Cong.)

599–600
Digest and explanation of Senator White_

360
Section 1_----

16, 360
Section 2 (Communications Act, sec. 3 (0) and (p)).

16, 75,

196, 204, 234, 345, 360
Section 3 (Communications Act, sec. 3)- -16, 75, 76, 196, 212, 226, 240
Section 4 (Communications Act, sec. 4 (a)).

16, 76, 77, 484

S. 1333 (80th Cong.) –Continued

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Section 5 (Communications Act, sec. 5).

- 16, 30,
275, 346, 350, 360–361, 400, 438, 440, 441, 442, 484, 553, 565, 583
Section 5 (a)

338, 346
Section 5 (d)

76, 77, 338, 346, 442
Section 5 (f)

78
Section 6 (Communications Act, 4 (k))

30-31, 78, 275, 361
Section 7 (Communications Act, 303 (i))-- 31, 78, 337, 361, 367, 531, 553, 566
Section 8 (Communications Act, 303 (j)).

32, 78
201, 204, 205, 269, 275, 304, 312, 362, 400, 478, 554, 558, 582
Section 9 (Communications Act, 307 (b))--

32-45,
78, 112, 163, 164, 200, 248, 276, 338, 362, 400, 542, 554
Section 10 (Communications Act, sec. 307 (d))-

45, 78,

79, 95, 96, 193, 362, 493
Section 11 (Communications. Act, sec. 308 (a)).

79, 205, 362, 555
308 (b) (new)

46, 79, 363, 555
Section 12 (Communications Act, sec. 309).

47-49,

79–82, 194, 205, 207, 276, 362, 363, 555
Sec. 309 (a)

81
Sec. 309 (b)

81, 194
Sec. 309 (c) (new) -

100, 206, 363
Sec. 309 (d) (new).

82
Section 13 (Communications Act, section 310 (b)

49-51,

82, 194, 340, 344, 347, 348, 363, 556
Section 14 (Communications Act, sec. 312) -

51-52,

82, 83, 194, 221, 250, 363, 364, 546
(b)-

194
(c) (new)

79, 83
(d) (new).

83
Section 15 (Communications Act, sec. 315)

52-53,
83, 98, 102, 227, 241, 250, 276, 290, 322, 355, 364, 400, 407, 431, 546,

556.
(a) (new)

207, 364, 547
(b) (new)

23, 547
(c) (new) 53, 227, 241, 251, 267, 270, 282–284, 364, 556, 557, 561, 579
(d) (new)

268, 270, 292
(e) (new)

268, 557
(f) (new)

83, 277, 283–284, 286, 597-598
(g) (new)

210, 268, 271, 365, 457
Section 16 (Communications Act, sec. 326)

53–58,
83, 112, 117, 128, 130, 135, 137, 196, 201, 211, 219, 220, 221, 266, 270,

276, 277, 290, 303, 307, 312, 354, 355, 365, 407, 549, 557, 581-582
(a) (new)

53-57, 222, 323–324, 443, 557-558
(b) (new)

57-58, 129, 222,,252, 277, 316, 322, 558, 580
Section 17 (new)

58,
84, 112, 184, 198, 227, 228, 243, 244, 255, 259, 263, 268, 269, 271, 277,
290, 292, 322, 323, 356, 367, 385, 400, 407, 446, 447, 478, 547, 550, 558,

559, 580.
Section 330 (new)

58.
184, 207, 255, 284-286, 323, 367, 380, 382, 384, 558-559, 562, 565, 597
Section 331 (new)

58, 184, 207, 259, 278, 284, 286, 367, 382, 558, 569
Section 18 (new).

58-60,
84, 112, 184, 220, 263, 266, 278, 284, 286, 292, 323, 357, 367, 410, 411,

424, 498, 501, 505, 506, 550, 559, 569.
(a)-

220, 506-508, 529, 535, 536, 559
(b).

220, 364, 367, 50 532, 535
Section 19 (new).

31, 54, 60-67, 70, 76, 81, 165, 228,
244, 262, 263, 280, 324, 346, 361, 367, 368, 425, 426, 541, 551, 559, 563
(a)

326, 541
(b)

280, 369
(c)

281, 326, 331, 368, 542
(d)

165
Section 20 (new) (see Communications Act, sec. 326)

67,
84, 112, 184, 186, 281, 283–284, 286, 342, 368, 369, 551, 580
Section 21 (Communications Act, sec. 401) 67, 84, 85, 103, 190, 191, 369
(d) (new)---

85, 104, 190

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