Television: The Confrontation

At long last, the grand paladins of television confronted their tormentor, FCC Chairman Newton ("Wasteland") Minow, as the FCC last week came to the scheduled closing round of its three-year investigation of television. First man to step up to the microphone, according to the script, was to be CBS's suave President Dr. Frank Stanton. But in a prologue that could turn into a theme, the FCC first put on the stand one of its economists, Dr. Hyman H. Goldin, who in staggering detail spun out the story of network TV's rich growth from earnings...

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