Senator J William Fulbright tells about the Educational Exchange Program in a Television Journal show in United States.
United States USA Date:1954 Duration:3 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
Fulbright Program in United States. A Television Journal titled 'Longines Chronoscope'. Television host introduces coeditors of the program. Board on wall reads 'Longines-Wittnauer Show'. First is Mr Larry LeSueur. Second is Chief Editorial Writer of New York Herald Tribune. They talk to Senator J William Fulbright about the Fulbright Educational Exchange Program ("Fulbright Program"). Larry LeSueur asks the Senator about the amount recommended in budget for the program. Senator answers the amount 7.5 million dollar is not enough for the program. In response to the effects of the program. Fulbright says that these programs are of great advantage to increase understanding between two countries. It is better to live in a country and know its propaganda to increase understanding about that country. Interviewer asks is it not better to use broadcasting service instead of exchange program to enhance understanding? Fulbright says broadcasting has its own resistance to propaganda. Senator tells that there are about 4000 students from both side exchanged under this program.
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