Somewhere in the 15,000-word catalogue of deception, corruption and negligence, hopeful TV viewers might find a promise of better programs for the future.
But for the broadcasting industry and for the federal agencies that control ittechnically at leastAttorney General William P. Rogers' report to President Eisenhower made sobering New Year's reading.
From the start Rogers made it plain that he does not consider radio-TV just another communications medium.
Broadcasting, said he. needs not merely "a traffic policeman of the ether" to regulate frequenciesabout all there is nowbut supervision to ensure that broadcasters are motivated by what ex-President Hoover called "something more than naked...