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  Public Relations - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-22)
Public relations (PR) is the practice of conveying messages to the public through the media on behalf of a client, with the intention of changing the public's actions by influencing their opinions.
On the American side of World War II were the Four Freedoms by Norman Rockwell, a series of four paintings that were meant to motivate Americans to fight to preserve four basic freedoms outlined in a speech by President Roosevelt: freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear.
One of the most controversial practices in public relations is the use of front groups -- organizations that purport to serve a public cause while actually serving the interests of a client whose sponsorship may be obscured or concealed.
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 NBC article - NBC U.S. broadcaster American television York Rockefeller Center - What-Means.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-22)
From 1956 through 1970, the television broadcast team of Chet Huntley and David Brinkley consistently exceeded the viewership levels attained by CBS News and its main anchor Walter Cronkite.
By 1963, most of the schedule was in color, a feat that would not be accomplished until 1965 for CBS and 1966 for ABC.
In 1943, four years after inaugurating television service, NBC got its first official logo, a microphone surrounded by lightning bolts, a modification of an existing logo used by the NBC radio network.
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 Articles - American Public Television   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-22)
American Public Television (APT) is the largest of the television syndication distributors of programming for public television stations in the United States.
It began in 1961 as the Eastern Educational Television Network and was the first distributor of shows such as The French Chef (with Julia Child), Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, and Washington Week in Review to the rest of what was then National Educational Television (not yet PBS).
They introduced the unedited Monty Python's Flying Circus to American audiences in 1975 (ABC had run censored versions in late night previously), and brought The Three Tenors to public television audiences in 1991.
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