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An overview of public radio from a minority perspective, part 1, May 1980

 Item — Reel: 4299
An overview of public radio from a minority perspective, part 1, produced by The National Federation for Community Broadcasters Program Service, is a recorded panel discussion from the 1980 National Federation for Community Broadcasters Working Conference for Minority Producers in Public Radio. The panel's addresses the experiences of individuals from minority groups working in public radio as discussed by producers from several stations, June 1980.

Dates

  • May 1980

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Library Details

Part of the Special Collections and University Archives

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