CPB Appointment: Bad News for PBS?

June 2005
Television Week;6/27/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 26, p10
Trade Publication
Expresses views on political issues affecting public television in the U.S. Political implications of the appointment of Patricia de Stacy Harrison as president and CEO of Corporation for Public Broadcasting; Impact of the decision of the House of Representatives to restore the budget for the Public Broadcasting Service that had been cut by the House Appropriations Committee.


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