The development of the British Broadcasting Company
from a Public Utility Company created under the
Companies Acts into a Corporation established by Royal
Charter with an account of the part played in the
metamorphosis by the Sykes and Crawford Committees.
2. THE CORPORATION and the STATE.
The formula defining the duty of the Corporation,
Governors, Director General. Ministerial control,
including right of veto. Parliamentary control.
Editorial Rights. Advisory Committees.
3. THE CORPORATION and the BROADCASTING OF POLITICAL
Party Broadcasting by Members of Parliament. Political
Broadcasting at Election time. Broadcasting of
Parliamentary Reports and Political Broadcasting
4. THE CORPORATION in the IMPERIAL and INTERNATIONAL SPIERE.
Empire and Foreign Broadcasting. The Corporation's
part as a Member of International Broadcasting Union
and as an expert on International Committees, technics.]
5. THE CORPORATION and its LEGAL STATUS.
Powers of Chartered Corporation, public and private.
Rights in respect of corporeal and incorporeal
property in peace and wartime - Persons - Staff and
Third Parties. Wartime Legislation. Libel and
Slander of persons and goods. Jurisdiction.
6. THE CORPORATION as an OPERATING CONCERN.
Publications, Public Concerts and other Public Entertainments, News, including its transmission. Copy-
:right, Artists, including Children and Staff.
7. THE CORPORATION and, its FINAJCES with SUBSIDIARY
CHAPTER on SPONSORING.
Financial history with note of exemptions from
ordinary taxation. History of Sponsoring.
8. THE CORPORATION and RELAY EXCHANGES.
History of development and changes in relations
between Corporation and Operating Companies.
9. THE CORPORATION and TELEVISION.
History of development and note of special problems
relating to Television.
10. THE CORPORATION and the BROADCASTING ORGANISATIONS in
A comparison in some detail of principal points of
11. Short ESSAY on future development of BROADCASTING in
12. The FREEDOM of the ETHER - An Article published July
1946 in the B.B.C. QUARTERLY.