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The first and second sides of the first cassette tape (#66) both contain a recording of the National Conference of Public Access Television. Topics discussed at this event include the Communications Act Rewrite, equal representation in the media, a new bill that would rule out federal access to cable programs, and PBS access. The second cassette tape (#67) contains content on the first side only. The content includes a continuation from tape #66, where guest speakers at the National Conference of Public Access Television discussed monopoly power within various television networks and the Communications Act Rewrite. The first and second sides of the third cassette tape (#68) both contain a recording of the National Conference of Public Access Television. The content is a continuation from tapes #66 and #67, where guest speakers discussed minority representation in television, the media in Mexico, government regulation of access networks, the Communications Act Rewrite, and media access as power.Additional Descriptive Notes: Parts I, II, and III
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