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Voiceless Groups in the Twin Cities Community: Programming Needs of Some of Public Television's Non-Audiences.

Author: 
Walker, Orville C., Priscella Goldstein, and William Rudelius.

Results are presented from a 1974 survey conducted among minority groups in the community as to how television can serve their needs. Those surveyed were: elderly on fixed incomes, hard of hearing, mental health patients, women prisoners, teenage expectant mothers, runaway teenagers, V.D. victims, American Indians, black teenage girls, Asians, disabled, and nuns.

Publication date: 
1974
Publisher: 
Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
Sponsor: 
CURA and the Graduate School of Business Administration.
Pages: 
22 pp.
Online availability
CURA call number: 
M1000