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1950

With the legacy of propaganda in two world wars in mind, Bishop Bell encourages Edwin H. Robertson, assistant head of religious broadcasting at the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), to organise an Informal International Conference on Religious Broadcasting. Representatives of ten European countries met in Chichester, England, in October 1950. Throughout the decade television viewing increased dramatically.

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