Dr. Elizabeth L. Young's career in broadcasting spans from the 1960s to the present and includes work in public radio, public television and satellite telecommunications. Starting at American University's WAMU-FM, Young worked at organizations including National Public Radio (NPR), the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), Kansas Public Telecommunications Commission and the Public Service Satellite Consortium. This collection documents her work at CPB and NPR including her work for a CPB task force on women in public broadcasting.
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This collection documents Young's role of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in radio and in the formation of National Public Radio. Issues addressed include the role of women in public broadcasting and the optimal role of National Public Radio and its President. Material includes articles of incorporation, by-laws, correspondence, and memoranda. The arrangement is alphabetical by subject.
The Elizabeth L. Young Papers was donated to the National Public Broadcasting Archives, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries, by Annice M. Alt in June of 1998.