Committee Serial No. 22. pt.1/v.1: Includes CAB report qTranscontinental Coach-Type Service Case, q Nov. 7, 1951 (p. 421-515). pt.1/v. 2: Includes S. Rpt. 82-540 qReport on Role of Irregular Airlines in U.S. Air Transportation Industry, q July 10, 1951 (p. 851-941). pt.2/v.1: Includes FCC Order No. 37, docket No. 5060 qReport on Chain Broadcasting, q May, 1941 (p. 3533-3690) and FCC qSixth Report and Order, q Apr. 14, 1925 (p. 3785-3956). pt. 2/v. 2: Includes discussion of television industry impact on songwriter royalties. Hearings were held in NYC. pt. 2/v.3: Includes Columbia Broadcasting System report qNetwork Practices, q June 1956 (p. 5099-5245); and Cravath, Swaine, and Moore report qOpinion of Counsel and Memorandum Concerning the Applicability of the Antitrust Laws to the Television Broadcast Activities of Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., q June 4, 1956 (p. 5313-5406); and Columbia Broadcasting System report qAnalysis of Senator John W. Bricker's Report Entitled qThe Network Monopoly, q' June 1956 (p. 5407-5486).In any event, population in and by itself cannot serve as a reliable guide in determining concentration of control of the media of ... The expiration of the affiliation contract triggered the negotiations which led to the transfer. ... Westinghouse was free to refuse or to negotiate with another television network. In fact, it contemplated negotiations with the ABC network. But in appraising its network desirabilities in the operation of its other television broadcasting stations, it concluded to doanbsp;...
|Title||:||Television, June 27, 28, July 11, 12, 13, September 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, 26, and 27, 1956|
|Author||:||United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee No. 5|