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A selected bibliography on community antenna television (CATV)

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Published by Council of Planning Librarians in Monticello, Ill .
Written in English


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Statement[by] Anthony G. White.
LC ClassificationsZ5942 .C68 no. 449, Z7711 .C68 no. 449
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Pagination12 p.
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL5474983M
LC Control Number73178288

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