Communications For Improved Quality Of Life (1972)

By Dr. Peter C. Goldmark, Goldmark Communications Corp.

Early in 1970, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Federal communications Commission, the Department of Transportation and the Departments of commerce and Justice joined to fund a study at the National Academy of Engineering to explore the applications of communications Technology for improved urban functions and for the creation of a better rural life.

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