Address From Clay T. Whitehead, Director Of The Office Of Telecommunications Policy (1973)

By Clay T. Whitehead, Office Of Telecommunications Policy

Dr. Whitehead discusses some popular claims against the rise of cable TV:

  1. Under no circumstances should viewers have to pay to view content
  2. Cable would bring a shared national experience that inculcates a unified national vision
  3. Privacy concerns with viewing habits being known
  4. Two-way services would bring an end to human interaction
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