Robert Cooper: Satellite Television Advocate

In this 1980 interview, satellite television advocate Robert Cooper discussed government policies that gave control of the television medium to a small number of broadcasters and the prospects of satellite TV to give control to the public.



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Satellite television expert Robert Cooper in his study/office.
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LEFT and RIGHT: Cooper in his office. CENTER: Cooper by his 20 ft satellite dish.
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Geostationary satellites powered by solar panels relay TV signals back to earth.
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Cooper's two children in 5- and 20-foot-diameter parabolic television antennas.
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