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40. The FRC devised the allocation plan together with the networks and the National Association of Broadcasters without soliciting input from the ACUBS or other noncommercial broadcasters. Forty of the 90 available channels were assigned to 50,000-watt stations, which had exclusive national use of clear channels. The other 50 channels served the remaining 600 stations that broadcast with low power in different regions on the same frequency or shared airtime on individual stations in the same locale.
Their copy is loaded with inflammatory prejudices and platitudes" (cited in Lumpp, 1979, p. 98). In its application to the FCC for a radio station, Pacifica anticipated the FCC's concern that KPFA would be a "propaganda" station with a particular point of view by framing its objectives in terms of extending the marketplace of ideas by offering a wide range of programs and perspectives absent from the networks. Hill, whose work at the ACLU strengthened his commitment to the First Amendment, emphasized the importance of creating a public affairs forum that "provides an opportunity for ideas to gain currency in the presence of their opposing ideas" (cited in Stebbins, 1978, p.
Third, there would be a sudden requirement for expensive new equipment. Fourth, the expense of trips to Washington and litigation to preserve a license finally led many educational broadcasters to throw in the towel (Severin, 1978, p. 497). Originally, the RCA consortium's interest in radio was limited to the sale of hardware until the experimentation of amateurs and educational broadcasters revealed radio's potential. As Douglas (1987) emphasized, commercial interests repositioned themselves with the aid of the state: Public Origins of American Broadcasting The radio trust was thus able to co-opt the amateur vision of how radio should be used, and to use the airwaves for commercial ends, to try to promote cultural homogeneity, to mute or screen out diversity and idiosyncrasy, and to advance values consonant with consumer capitalism, (p.