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DOCUMENT RESUME D 192 737 IR 008 802 TITLE 1979 Annual Report. INSTITUTION Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Washington, D.C. REPORT NO ISBN-0-89776-34-4 PUP DATE 80 NOTE 38p.: For related document, see ED 157 544. AVAILABLE FROM Corporation for Public Broadcasting, 1111 16th Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20036 (free). ''-EDpS PRICE )EXRIPTORS MF01/PCO2 Plus Postage. Broadcast Industry: Educational Radio; Educational Television: *Programing (Broadcast); *Public Television ABSTRACT Activities of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) in its fiscal year ending September 30, 1979, are described in terms of telecommunications activities, planning and research, human resources development, satellite technology, and general financing of public broadcasting. Other information includes a CPB assessment of its-goals and policy, services for public broadcasting and the general public, activities of the board of directors and officers, and detailed financial accounting for the fiscal year. (MER) **4**********************************#************************** IlePrOdutionsvPplied bY'EDES..are the best that can be made * frotrihe original,document. * -4*0*****,*,***************.*********************************4!******Tic***
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. EDUCATION & WELFARE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION THIS DOCUMENT 1-iAS BEEN REPRO.. DUCE D EXACTLY AS RECEIVED FROM THE PERSON OR ORGANIZATION ORIGIN- ATING IT POINTS OFIEW OR OPINIONS STATED DO NOT NECESSARILY REPRE SENT OF F!CIAL NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION POSITION OR POLICY 1979 Annual Report Corporation for Public Broadcasting "PERMISSION TO REPRODUCE THIS MATERIAL HAS BEEN GRANTED BY .Stanley L. Harrison TO THE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER (ERIC)."
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CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING nismomimmasimmmi. Challenge and Response- Overview 1979 Introduction The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) is the private, nonprofit corporation de- scribed in the i'ublic Broad- casting Act of 1967. By means of a broad range of activities, CPB pursues pro- grams and policies that will most effectively make non- commercial radio and tele- vision services available to all citizens of the United States. A major role for the Corpora- tion is to underwrite the costs of program productionwith an emphasis on innovative and quality programsfor public broadcasting in the United States. In addition, C7.13 supports public broad- casting by a major funding of the interconnection services for radio and television; pro- viding financial support to the operations of local tele- vision and radio stations and other public broadcasting entities; assisting public broadcasters through such activities as audience research, professional training and development grants; and assisting applications of new telecommunications tech- nologies. The Corporation is committed to continued leadership in the public broadcasting com- munity. The challenge of continued growth and devel- opment is being met in these and a number of related areas.
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