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SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE

COMMITTEE ON
INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

EIGHTY-SIXTH CONGRESS

SECOND SESSION

ON

CONDITIONAL GRANTS, PREGRANT PROCEDURE, LOCAL
NOTICE, LOCAL HEARINGS, PAYOFFS, SUSPENSION
OF LICENSES, AND DECEPTIVE PRACTICES

IN BROADCASTING

APRIL 12 AND 13, 1960

Printed for the use of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

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COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE

OREN HARRIS, Arkansas, Chairman JOHN BELL WILLIAMS, Mississippi

JOHN B. BENNETT, Michigan PETER F. MACK, JR., Illinois

WILLIAM L. SPRINGER, Illinois KENNETH A. ROBERTS, Alabama

PAUL F. SCHENCK, Ohio MORGAN M. MOULDER, Missouri

STEVEN B. DEROUNIAN, New York HARLEY O, STAGGERS, West Virginia

J. ARTHUR YOUNGER, California WALTER ROGERS, Texas

WILLIAM H. AVERY, Kansas SAMUEL N. FRIEDEL, Maryland

HAROLD R. COLLIER, Illinois JOHN J. FLYNT, JR., Georgia

MILTON W. GLENN, New Jersey TORBERT H. MACDONALD, Massachusetts SAMUEL L. DEVINE, Ohio GEORGE M. RHODES, Pennsylvania

ANCHER NELSEN, Minnesota JOHN JARMAN, Oklahoma

HASTINGS KEITH, Massachusetts
LEO W. O'BRIEN, New York

WILLARD S. CURTIN, Pennsylvania
JOHN E. MOSS, California
JOHN D. DINGELL, Michigan
JOE M. KILGORE, Texas
PAUL G, ROGERS, Florida
ROBERT W. HEMPHILL, South Carolina
DAN ROSTENKOWSKI, Illinois
LAWRENCE BROCK, Nebraska
JAMES C. HEALEY, New York

W. E. WILLIAMSON, Clerk
KENNETH J. PAINTER, Assistant Clerk

Professional Staff
ANDREW STEVENSON

SAM G. SPAL KURT BORCHARDT

MARTIN W. CUNNINGHAM

SUBCOMMITTEE ON COMMUNICATIONS AND POWER

OREN HARRIS, Arkansas, Chairman WALTER ROGERS, Texas

JOHN B. BENNETT, Michigan JOHN J. FLYNT, JR., Georgia

J. ARTHUR YOUNGER, California JOHN E. MOSS, California

WILLIAM H. AVERY, Kansas DAN ROSTENKOWSKI, Illinois

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Text of -

Pago

H.R. 7017.-

12

H.R. 10241

7

H.R. 10242_

7

H.R. 11341.

3

H.R. 11397

8

H.R. 11398_

9

S. 1898_

9

Report of

Bureau of the Budget on-

H.R. 10241.

18

H.R. 10242

20

H.R. 11341.

15

H.R. 11397 and H.R. 11398.

21

Federal Communications Commission on H.R. 7017.

Federal Trade Commission on-

H.R. 10241.

18

H.R. 11341

16

H.R. 11397.

23

Justice Department on-

H.R. 10241

19

H.R. 10242

20

H.R. 11341.

14

H.R. 11397 and H.R. 11398_

22

Statement of -

Anello, Douglas, chief attorney, National Association of Broadcasters. 76

Baker, Warren E., chairman, legislative committee, Federal Com-
munications Bar Association..

130

Celler, Hon. Emanuel, a Representative in Congress from the State of

New York.--

Fisher, Thomas K., vice president and general attorney, CBS television

network and CBS television stations-

93, 115

Ford, Hon. Frederick W., Chairman, Federal Communications Com-

mission.

26

Jennes, Ernest W., American Bar Association.

130

Wasilewski, Vincent T., manager, Government relations department,

National Association of Broadcasters.-

76

A Iditional information submitted for the record by-

American Broadcasting Co.:

Letter from Vernon R. Wilkerson..

157

Statement of --

138

Audio Engineering Associates of Chicago, letter from Waco Austin,

associate director.-

167

Bandera Enterprises, letter from Bernie Harville, Jr..

165

Bennett, Hon. John B., statement of_

24

Burley Broadcasting, Inc., letter from Phil Doran, program director

and sales manager-

166

Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.:
Letter from Thomas K. Fisher.

157
Letter from Thomas K. Fisher, vice president and general

attorney, CBS television network and ČBS television stations,
Geraldine B. Zorbaugh, vice president and general attorney,
CBS radio, and Leon R. Brooks, assistant general attorney - 112

72

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