Chairman Hunt spoke about the need for increased regulation to control violence on television and increase educational programming. He… read more
Chairman Hunt spoke about the need for increased regulation to control violence on television and increase educational programming. He cited a poll that stated that eighty percent of U.S. citizens believe that popular culture is detrimental to the nation’s youth and that television is a major contributing factor to this problem. He also took questions on F.C.C. policy on this and other topics, including federal auctions of telecommunications frequencies. Audio is fairly poor. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Reed E. Hundt Chair Federal Communications Commission
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