2 edition of Ford Foundation activities in noncommercial broadcasting, 1951-1976. found in the catalog.
Ford Foundation activities in noncommercial broadcasting, 1951-1976.
Bibliography: p. 24-26.
|LC Classifications||HE8700.8 .F67 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||76024968|
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has grown from local and regional roots at schools and universities into a nationally known source of news and entertainment for millions of listeners and viewers. Our timeline of public broadcasting’s history traces its growth from the earliest radio broadcasts to its days as the home of Big Bird, Frontline [ ] The Ford Foundation established the Fund for Adult Education in to help communities raise funds for educational stations, and the Fund for the Advancement of Education, which would look at experiments with using television “not as an educational ‘extra,’ but regularly, as a basic part of daily instruction” [emphasis mine].
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