Happy anniversary, pubcasting

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Pubcasting’s anniversary week continues. First PBS and Sesame Street, celebrating 40 years. And on Nov. 7, 1967, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Public Broadcasting Act, which created the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. It was enacted just 10 months after the Carnegie Commisson on Educational Television. Sponsored by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, its report, “Public Television: A Program for Action,” introduced the phrase “public television.” (Photo: Johnson signing the act.)

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