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Glenda R. Balas. Recovering a Public Vision for Public Television. Rowman & Littlefield. 2003. 155pp.

Robert J. Blakely. The People's Instrument: A Philosophy of Programming for Public Television. Public Affairs Press. 1971. 179pp.

B. J. Bullert. Public Television: Politics and the Battle Over Documentary Film. Rutgers University Press. 1997. 242pp.

James Day. The Vanishing Vision: The Inside Story of Public Television. University of California Press. 1995. 443pp.

Barry Dornfeld. Producing Public Television, Producing Public Culture. Princeton University Press. 1998. 240pp.

William Hawes. Public Television: America's First Station: An Intimate Account. Sunstone Press. 1996. 160pp. KUHT-TV, Houston.

William Hoynes. Public Television for Sale: Media, the Market, and the Public Sphere. Westview Press. 1994. 207pp.

Marilyn Lashley. Public Television: Panacea, Pork Barrel, or Public Trust?. Greenwood Press. 1992. 147pp.

John W. Macy, Jr.. To Irrigate a Wasteland: The Struggle to Shape a Public Television System in the United States. University of California Press. 1974. 186pp.

Cinzia Padovani. A Fatal Attraction: Public Television and Politics in Italy. Rowman & Littlefield. 2007. 285pp.

Roger P. Smith. The Other Face of Public Television: Censoring the American Dream. Algora Publishing. 2002. 328pp.

David Stewart. The PBS Companion: A History of Public Television. TV Books. 1999. 216pp.

David M. Stone. Nixon and the Politics of Public Television. Garland. 1985. 370pp.

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