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Executives -- United States -- Archives.

Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Robert L. Coe papers

 Collection 0030-MMC-LAB
Abstract Robert Coe (1902-1975) was a broadcast executive for 45 years who later taught at Ohio University and Temple University. He began his broadcasting career in 1921 as an announcer and engineer at KSD in St. Louis and gradually ascended to executive positions at KSD and KSD-TV. He helped build WPIX-TV in New York City in 1948 as the station's first vice president and general manager. He became an executive in charge of affiliate relations for both the Dumont (1952-1955) and ABC (1955-1967)...

David M. Davis papers

 Collection 0076-MMC-NPBA

David M. Davis (1926 -2007) had a prominent career in educational and public broadcasting, ranging from directing and producing college-level telecourses at WGBH and working for the Ford Foundation's Office of Public Broadcasting to creating the acclaimed programming series American Playhouse and POV. The collection documents his work at the Ford Foundation from 1968-1979.