The Resource Radio censorship, compiled by H.B. Summers

Radio censorship, compiled by H.B. Summers

Label
Radio censorship
Title
Radio censorship
Statement of responsibility
compiled by H.B. Summers
Creator
Compiler
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Action
digitized
Cataloging source
OCLCE
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  • HeinOnline Intellectual Property Law Collection
  • HeinOnline Legal Classics Library
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1894-1980
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Summers, Harrison B.
Index
no index present
LC call number
HE9711.U5
LC item number
S8 ONLINE
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
The reference shelf
Series volume
v. 12, no. 10
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  • Radio broadcasting
  • Radio
  • Radio broadcasting
  • Radio
  • United States
Label
Radio censorship, compiled by H.B. Summers
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 285-297)
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Irvin Stewart
  • No pressure from the White House
  • Frank R. McNinch
  • Infringement on freedom of speech
  • Stations owned by minority groups
  • Paul Hutchinson
  • Commission attitude on complaints
  • Frank R. McNinch
  • Indirect censorship possible
  • David Sarnoff
  • The
  • Effect of threat of punishment
  • Henry A. Bellows
  • Commission action in the "Adam and Eve" case
  • Instances of citation of stations
  • Commission list of program taboos
  • No change in commission policy
  • The
  • Broadcaster's dilemma
  • Censorship-or slander
  • Robert J. Landry
  • "Liberty at the crossroads" incident
  • Should speeches be censored?
  • Emanuel Celler
  • Slander in political speeches
  • Stuart Sprague
  • Development of editorial policies
  • Merrill Denison
  • Seymour N. Siegel
  • Stations and partisanship
  • Robert L. Landry
  • The
  • Dies incident
  • Commission actions impartial
  • How radio creates attitudes
  • Carl Forbes
  • Propaganda by radio
  • H.V. Kaltenborn
  • The
  • Mae West incident
  • The
  • "War of the worlds" broadcast
  • The
  • Father Coughlin incident
  • The
  • Thrillers for children
  • Bias in radio newscasts
  • Possible types of censorship
  • James Rorty
  • Attitudes concerning censorship
  • Merrill Denison
  • Origin of the Act of 1927
  • Hampson Gary
  • Attitude of Congress on censorship
  • Seymour N. Siegel
  • Influence of radio
  • "Previous restraint" and "subsequent punishment"
  • Seymour N. Siegel
  • Program standards maintained by the Commission
  • Louis G. Caldwell
  • Stations deleted by the Commission
  • Louis G. Caldwell
  • Powers of the Commission
  • Minna F. Kassner
  • Administration pressure charged
  • James Rowland Angell
  • Radio and education
  • William Mather Lewis
  • Radio and propaganda
  • William Hard
  • Oral vs. visual presentation
  • N.A.B. code
  • The
  • Problem of non-conformist programs
  • Paul Hutchinson
  • Station censorship
  • Vita Lauter and Joseph H. Friend
  • Speakers barred from the air
  • Paul Hutchinson
  • Program taboos
  • Mitchell Dawson
  • Censorship by the public
  • Medical taboos
  • W.W. Bauer
  • Censorship charged by ACLU
  • Radio censors labor
  • Clifton Reed
  • Censorship by stations
  • Minna F. Kassner
  • Instances of political censorship
  • The
  • Vandenberg incident
  • Boake Carter
  • Coughlin barred from WOR
  • Townsend speech deleted
  • Political censorship charged in Texas
  • Rutherford speech cut off
  • Rutherford cut off in Ohio
  • Discussion of minorities problem barred
  • Three stations bar Coughlin
  • Pressure on broadcasters
  • Editorial selection unavoidable
  • Henry A. Bellows
  • Official policies of the Columbia Broadcasting System
  • Official policies of the National Broadcasting Company
  • The
  • Radio gives equal opportunities
  • FCC rule on sale of political time
  • The
  • Position of the American Civil Liberties Union
  • Equal opportunities not always given
  • S. Howard Evans
  • The
  • Network record
  • Stirling Fisher
  • Is radio censorship necessary?
  • Minister cut off by KTAT
  • Clyde L. Herring
  • The
  • NAB position
  • Neville Miller
  • For freedom of the air
  • Lenox R. Lohr
  • Broadcasters should control programs
  • Frank R. McNinch
  • In favor of self-regulation
  • David Sarnoff
  • Talk on religious liberty banned
  • We needn't be spoon-fed
  • Stations have responsibilities
  • A
  • Plan for program control
  • Radio must not be censored
  • The
  • Question of freedom
  • Limits on freedom of speech
  • Suppression charged by Watch Tower Society
  • Drama barred from network program
  • Radio must present both sides
  • Burton K. Wheeler
  • Fairness on the air
  • William S. Paley
  • Freedom implies responsibility
  • Against government censorship
  • Frank R. McNinch
  • Industry must solve its own problems
  • T.A.M. Craven
  • Set owners oppose censorship
  • The
  • Boake Carter case
  • Cases raising the censorship issue
  • Censoring entertainment programs
  • Needs for program standards
  • Earl Sparling
  • Instances of commission action
  • Mitchell Dawson
  • Trade commission regulation of radio advertising
  • Ewin L. Davis
  • Official Canadian program regulations
  • Government censorship in Europe
  • Cesar Saerchinger
  • Propaganda on European radio
  • Frank C. Hanighen
  • George Henry Payne
  • The
  • Air must be free
  • Freedom may be abused
  • No censorship by government
  • Voluntary associations for program scrutiny
  • What constitues "abuse"?
Control code
603722442
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (297 pages)
Form of item
online
Level of compression
  • lossless
  • lossy
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Reformatting quality
  • preservation
  • access
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)603722442
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Label
Radio censorship, compiled by H.B. Summers
Publication
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 285-297)
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Irvin Stewart
  • No pressure from the White House
  • Frank R. McNinch
  • Infringement on freedom of speech
  • Stations owned by minority groups
  • Paul Hutchinson
  • Commission attitude on complaints
  • Frank R. McNinch
  • Indirect censorship possible
  • David Sarnoff
  • The
  • Effect of threat of punishment
  • Henry A. Bellows
  • Commission action in the "Adam and Eve" case
  • Instances of citation of stations
  • Commission list of program taboos
  • No change in commission policy
  • The
  • Broadcaster's dilemma
  • Censorship-or slander
  • Robert J. Landry
  • "Liberty at the crossroads" incident
  • Should speeches be censored?
  • Emanuel Celler
  • Slander in political speeches
  • Stuart Sprague
  • Development of editorial policies
  • Merrill Denison
  • Seymour N. Siegel
  • Stations and partisanship
  • Robert L. Landry
  • The
  • Dies incident
  • Commission actions impartial
  • How radio creates attitudes
  • Carl Forbes
  • Propaganda by radio
  • H.V. Kaltenborn
  • The
  • Mae West incident
  • The
  • "War of the worlds" broadcast
  • The
  • Father Coughlin incident
  • The
  • Thrillers for children
  • Bias in radio newscasts
  • Possible types of censorship
  • James Rorty
  • Attitudes concerning censorship
  • Merrill Denison
  • Origin of the Act of 1927
  • Hampson Gary
  • Attitude of Congress on censorship
  • Seymour N. Siegel
  • Influence of radio
  • "Previous restraint" and "subsequent punishment"
  • Seymour N. Siegel
  • Program standards maintained by the Commission
  • Louis G. Caldwell
  • Stations deleted by the Commission
  • Louis G. Caldwell
  • Powers of the Commission
  • Minna F. Kassner
  • Administration pressure charged
  • James Rowland Angell
  • Radio and education
  • William Mather Lewis
  • Radio and propaganda
  • William Hard
  • Oral vs. visual presentation
  • N.A.B. code
  • The
  • Problem of non-conformist programs
  • Paul Hutchinson
  • Station censorship
  • Vita Lauter and Joseph H. Friend
  • Speakers barred from the air
  • Paul Hutchinson
  • Program taboos
  • Mitchell Dawson
  • Censorship by the public
  • Medical taboos
  • W.W. Bauer
  • Censorship charged by ACLU
  • Radio censors labor
  • Clifton Reed
  • Censorship by stations
  • Minna F. Kassner
  • Instances of political censorship
  • The
  • Vandenberg incident
  • Boake Carter
  • Coughlin barred from WOR
  • Townsend speech deleted
  • Political censorship charged in Texas
  • Rutherford speech cut off
  • Rutherford cut off in Ohio
  • Discussion of minorities problem barred
  • Three stations bar Coughlin
  • Pressure on broadcasters
  • Editorial selection unavoidable
  • Henry A. Bellows
  • Official policies of the Columbia Broadcasting System
  • Official policies of the National Broadcasting Company
  • The
  • Radio gives equal opportunities
  • FCC rule on sale of political time
  • The
  • Position of the American Civil Liberties Union
  • Equal opportunities not always given
  • S. Howard Evans
  • The
  • Network record
  • Stirling Fisher
  • Is radio censorship necessary?
  • Minister cut off by KTAT
  • Clyde L. Herring
  • The
  • NAB position
  • Neville Miller
  • For freedom of the air
  • Lenox R. Lohr
  • Broadcasters should control programs
  • Frank R. McNinch
  • In favor of self-regulation
  • David Sarnoff
  • Talk on religious liberty banned
  • We needn't be spoon-fed
  • Stations have responsibilities
  • A
  • Plan for program control
  • Radio must not be censored
  • The
  • Question of freedom
  • Limits on freedom of speech
  • Suppression charged by Watch Tower Society
  • Drama barred from network program
  • Radio must present both sides
  • Burton K. Wheeler
  • Fairness on the air
  • William S. Paley
  • Freedom implies responsibility
  • Against government censorship
  • Frank R. McNinch
  • Industry must solve its own problems
  • T.A.M. Craven
  • Set owners oppose censorship
  • The
  • Boake Carter case
  • Cases raising the censorship issue
  • Censoring entertainment programs
  • Needs for program standards
  • Earl Sparling
  • Instances of commission action
  • Mitchell Dawson
  • Trade commission regulation of radio advertising
  • Ewin L. Davis
  • Official Canadian program regulations
  • Government censorship in Europe
  • Cesar Saerchinger
  • Propaganda on European radio
  • Frank C. Hanighen
  • George Henry Payne
  • The
  • Air must be free
  • Freedom may be abused
  • No censorship by government
  • Voluntary associations for program scrutiny
  • What constitues "abuse"?
Control code
603722442
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (297 pages)
Form of item
online
Level of compression
  • lossless
  • lossy
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Reformatting quality
  • preservation
  • access
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)603722442
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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