(a) For purposes of Section 214 an educational television station is any facility, which does not accept advertising
for a consideration and which transmits television programs by wires, lines, radio
waves, waveguides, coaxial cable, microwave transmitters or other electronic or mechanical
means or any combination thereof, if the corporation, fund or foundation owning such
station receives at least twenty-five (25) percent of its operating expenses by means
of contributions from the general public or dues from members.
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