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Management and Operation of Armed Forces Radio and Television Service

By Department of Defense

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Book Id: WPLBN0000165391
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 0.4 MB
Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: Management and Operation of Armed Forces Radio and Television Service  
Author: Department of Defense
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Language: English
Subject: Military, Armed Forces., National defense.
Collections: Military and Armed Forces Library Collection
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Publisher: Department of Defense

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Defense, D. O. (n.d.). Management and Operation of Armed Forces Radio and Television Service. Retrieved from http://www.worldlibrary.in/


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Government Reference Publication

Excerpt
Excerpt: The mission of AFRTS is twofold: C1.2.1. To provide U.S. military commanders overseas and at sea with a broadcast media resource to effectively communicate D.O.D., Service-unique, theater, and local command information to personnel under their commands, and C1.2.2. To provide U.S. military members, D.O.D. civilians, and their families stationed outside the Continental United States and at sea with the same type and quality of American radio and television news, information, sports, and entertainment that would be available to them if they were in the CONUS.

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Foreword 2 Table of Contents 3 References 6 Definitions 8 CHAPTER 1. GENERAL INFORMATION AND BACKGROUND 12 C1.2. Mission 12 C1.3. Policy Guidance 12 C1.4. Organizational Relationships and Responsibilities 12 CHAPTER 2. NEW OR ALTERED AFRTS SERVICE 15 C2.1. Manned Shore-Based AFRTS Outlets 15 C2.2. USN and Military Sealift Command (MSC) Ships 16 C2.3. Unmanned Receive-Only AFRTS Outlets 17 C2.4. AFRTS Mini-TV Outlets 18 C2.5. Modifications of Existing AFRTS Outlets 20 C2.6. Disestablishing an AFRTS Outlet 21 CHAPTER 3. ADMINISTRATION 23 C3.1. Direct Communication 23 C3.2. Telecommunications 24 C3.3. AFRTS Audience Surveys 24 C3.4. Payment Of License Fees To Foreign Performing Rights Societies 25 C3.5. Interservice Funding 25 CHAPTER 4. PROGRAMMING AND PROGRAM MATERIALS 26 C4.1. Program Material Policies and Procedures 26 C4.2. Authorization and Ownership 26 C4.3. Restrictions 27 C4.4. Use of Program Materials 28 C4.5. Remote Location Broadcasts 29 C4.6. Foreign Language Broadcasts 29 C4.7. News Programs 30 C4.8. Political Programming 31 C4.9. Host-Nation Sensitivities 31 C4.10. Unauthorized Programs/Program Material 31 C4.11. Censorship 32

 

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