OF PUBLIC ACCESS TELEVISION
Comments by Professor George C. Stoney
| August 1, 2002 |
I think [this essay] is excellent and beg your permission to duplicate it as a general hand-out to people who ask me questions. It seems to me quite as satisfactory for the purpose as suggesting that people read Ralph Engleman's book [Public Radio and Television in America: A Political History].
I admire particularly your account of the various events that lead to the results we find today without trying to pin down precisely how each might have influenced the other. In point of fact, all were "creatures of their time" quite as much as of "cause and effect."