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By: Gordon L. Berry

In: Children & Television: Images in a Changing Sociocultural World

Chapter 20: Public Television Programming and the Changing Cultural Landscape

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Public Television Programming and the Changing Cultural Landscape
Public television programming and the changing cultural landscape
GordonL.Berry
Public Television: The Challenge

This commentary is driven by the proposition that public television in the 1990s and into the next century must continue and even reinforce its efforts to provide quality programs for a wider spectrum of U.S. society in general, and children in particular. The ever-changing cultural landscape composed of many diverse people, languages, family patterns, gender issues, religions, life-styles, and changing layers of social classes will have a profound impact on how the leadership of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and its creative partners go about the business of serving the broader society. Although the focus of this paper is on the importance of public television continuing ...

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