Future of Public Broadcasting
Ms. Rockefeller discussed the future of public broadcasting. The incoming Republican leadership in Congress has proposed cutting… read more
Ms. Rockefeller discussed the future of public broadcasting. The incoming Republican leadership in Congress has proposed cutting the budget for public television broadcasting, saying the profusion of cable channels has eliminated the need for a publicly-funded television alternative. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Sharon Percy Rockefeller President and CEO WETA-TV and Radio, Washington D.C.
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