Table of contents for Changing channels: the civil rights case that transformed television / Kay Mills.


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Contents
Introduction 000
Chapter 1. Seeking a Voice 000
Chapter 2. Serving Whose Public Interest? 000 
Chapter 3. Enter Warren Burger 000
Chapter 4. The FCC Hears No Evil 000 
Chapter 5. Once Again, a Verdict 000
Chapter 6. Exit Lamar Life, Enter William Dilday 000
Chapter 7. The Struggle for Control 000
Chapter 8. National Impact 000
Epilogue 000
Cast of Characters 000
Timeline 000
Acknowledgments 000
Index 000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States, Federal Communications Commission Trials, litigation, etc, WLBT (Television station : Jackson, Miss, ) Trials, litigation, etc, Television broadcasting Law and legislation United States History, Fairness doctrine (Broadcasting) United States History, Blacks in television broadcasting Civil rights United States History, Blacks on television Civil rights United States History