The Arts On Public Television At The End Of The Twentieth Century
|Year of Publication||1999|
|University||Columbia University/Teachers College|
|City||New York, NY|
This paper considers whether or not funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the National Endowment for the Arts provides enrichment of the quality of life for a population representative of the whole society or just for an elite faction. This paper also seeks to explore the justification for the continued existence of public television and for its sponsorship by federally funded agencies.