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CTW Book, 1973-2012 (continued)
In Memory of Clay Thomas Whitehead, 1938-2008, Service of Thanksgiving
Tributes to Clay T. Whitehead
Cable Center Oral History
25th Anniversary of Satellite Launch
Brian Lamb
Dave Kinely
J. Patrick Michaels
John Sie
Sid Topol
Draft Elements
Bell System and Monopoly
(2 folders)
Chapter Notes
Communications Act of 1934
Development of Cable TV
FTC/Interstate Commerce Commission Statutory Language
History of Radio
Outlines and Tables of Contents
Role of FCC
Telecommunications Act of 1996
Clay T. Whitehead
December 16, 1992
July 14-16, 2008
(2 folders)
September 15, 1974
Clay T. Whitehead and Susan Burgess
Clay T. Whitehead and Catherine Galley
BOX 72 Harold Rosen and Clay T. Whitehead
Susan Burgess, Henry Goldberg, and Clay T. Whitehead
Jackie Neff-Analysis and Notes
Margaret Whitehead
Finding Aid
Research Files
Aitken Article
Annual Report of the Federal Radio Commission, 1927
Barnett Article
Barrow Article
Brinkley Article
Eisenmann Article
FCC Report, Broadcast Television National Ownership Rules
Ford Transition
Freedom of Expression in Public Broadcasting
Gabel Article
Hazlett Article
KPMG Report, History of the Broadcast License Application Process
Nix Article
PBS Funding
ProQuest Articles, September, 2006
(9 folders)
BOX 73 (4 folders)
Radio Act of 1927
Sheahan Article
Slotten Article
Telecommunications Policy Review, Vol. 22, No. 53, 2006
Testimony of Shiyu Zhou, May 20, 2008
Willihnganz Article
Yale Law Journal Article
(2 folders)
Susan Burgess
Bell System History
Capitalism's Next Stage Article
Electronic Newsletter (E22TPR53) (31Dec06)
Fairness Doctrine
Glen Robinson
History of Radio
Importance of Vacuum Tube to Wireless Between 1910-1914
Meeting with Saxbe
Memorandum for Mr. Peter Flanigan
Net Neutrality
Office of Telecommunications Policy (OTP)
Office of Telecommunications Policy (OTP) Actions re FD
Office of Telecommunications Policy (OTP) & Fairness Doctrine
Office of Telecommunications Policy (OTP) & Privacy
Research Interview Scripts
Statement by Clay T. Whitehead on Federal Information Systems, 1973
Walt Hinchman Interview Transcript
Wendell Bartnick
Analyzing Radio Broadcast Power Levels in Major Cities in 1928
Effects of Federal Radio Commission Creation (FRC)
Effects on Stations after Davis Amendment and General Order 40 Reallocation
General Order 40 Reallocation Rationale
Radio Manufacturing Industry
Spectrum Management Model Comparison: Licensed vs. Unlicensed Spectrum
BOX 74-75 Boulder Policy Support Division, 1972-2012
Copies of correspondence, reports, and press releases as well as publications from the division.
Materials are arranged into two groupings: document sets and publications; within each grouping files are arranged alphabetically by topic.
BOX 74 Document Sets
Transmittal and Explanatory Information, 2012 Oct. 6
Summary of Policy Support Division Activities, 1972 Apr. 7
Vols. I-III
(6 folders)
BOX 75 History of OTP Actions (Eger et al Visit) 1976, Feb. 11
(2 folders)
Executive Office of the President, Office of Telecommunications Policy Activities and Programs, 1975-1976
US Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration Publications, 1973, 1977, 1981-1982, 1984-1985
(2 folders)
BOX 75-78 Additions, 1966-1987
BOX 75 Credenza Papers, 1968-1974, 1987, undated
Memoranda, reports, news clippings, and teaching outlines.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX 75 Credenza Papers, 1968-1974, 1987, undated
(2 folders)
BOX 76-78 Henry Goldberg Papers, 1966, 1971-1975
Statements, speeches, memoranda, reports, news clippings and related documents.
Arranged by type of material or topic.
BOX 76 Speeches and statements, miscellaneous, 1966, 1971-1973
(4 folders)
OTP Initiatives
Summer 1972
Round II, 1973
BOX 77 Speeches and statements by CTW
May 21, Missoula, Mont.
June 2, Atlanta, Ga.
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