Television broadcasting -- United States -- Archival resources.
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Abstract Nazaret "Chic" Cherkezian (1925-1996) joined the staff of National Educational Television (NET) in 1959 as director of public information. From 1963 to 1970, he served as executive producer for NET's bi-weekly, one-hour program News in Perspective, a co-production with The New York Times. He was a Ford Foundation fellow, held a fellowship from the National Association of Educational Broadcasting, and received Emmys and Golden...
Abstract Arthur Morton Godfrey (1903-1983) was the leading personality in American broadcasting during the 1950s. He appeared regularly on network radio from 1945 to 1972, and on television from 1948 to 1959. His radio career began on WFBR in Baltimore in 1930 and concluded with Arthur Godfrey Time on the CBS network in 1972. Through most of the decade of the 1950s, Godfrey not only hosted a daily radio program but two top-ten prime time television shows, ...
Abstract Keith W. Mielke (1933- ) became the executive director of research for the Children's Television Workshop (CTW) in 1977. Over the next twenty years, Mielke held various positions in the research department, including executive director for 3-2-1 Contact, vice-president for research, and senior research fellow. At CTW, Mielke helped develop the Program Evaluation Analysis Computer (PEAC) system, which utilized a wireless response unit for moment-by-moment responses to test material with...