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Abstract Elizabeth Smith Brownstein (1930- ) began her career in television in the 1950s, serving for four years as chief television researcher for CBS, where she worked on such programs as See it Now and Person to Person. The collection documents her work for CBS, Meet the Press, WETA's Evening Edition with Martin Agronsky, and the Smithsonian video and television division, including the...
Abstract Robert D.B. Carlisle (1922-2009) was a reporter and bureau chief for Newsweek before working successively for all three television networks as a writer. He started an educational and public broadcasting career when he moved to WNDT (now WNET) in New York during its first year as a public TV station in 1962. He began as a producer and became an Executive Producer before moving on to serve as director of network operations for SUNY's new, central educational communications office. In the...