Show Business: A Boost for Poor Brother

TELEVISION Ever since its birth in 1952, U.S. educational television has been lost somewhere between the Vast Wasteland and the Promised Land—chronically short of operating capital and always uncertain where the next grant was coming from. Concerned by ETV's continuing plight, the Carnegie Foundation in 1965 asked M.I.T. Corporation Chairman James R. Killian Jr. to head a commission charged with finding a solution.-Working with a $500,000 budget, committees and subcommittees made their recommendations, and commission members spent 28 days together agreeing on a report. Last week the foundation published Public Television:...

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