LBJ, Futurist

Friday, June 24, 2005


The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, charged with promoting and funding public broadcasting in the U.S. was created by Congress in 1967. But when President Lyndon Johnson signed the Public Broadcasting Law, he had more than radio and TV on his mind. Listen to the moment when LBJ invented the Internet.

Comments [1]

Vincent Kaprat from New York

Oh come on now, everyone knows Al Gore invented the internet.

Oct. 05 2009 03:29 PM

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