Telecommunications: Issues Related to Federal Funding for Public Television by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting

For fiscal year 2002 (the most recent data), the Corporation for Public Broadcasting provided about 16 percent of public television's revenues of $1.63 billion. The report reviews the statutory allocations for federal funding of public television, the Corporation's distribution of funds through its Community Service Grant and Television Future Fund programs, its distribution of funds for the Public Broadcasting Service's National Program Service and for local programming, and its grant programs for assisting public television's transition to digital technologies and services.

Provided by: U.S. General Accounting Office Topic: Software Date Added: Apr 2004 Format: PDF

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