Public television -- United States -- History -- Sources.
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Overview Christopher Buchanan is a freelance documentary producer in both public and commercial television, as well as public radio. From 1986 to 1988, he produced stories for National Public Radio's news and information programs and worked as an associate producer for All Things Considered for much of 1992. For the Public Broadcasting Service, Buchanan contributed to several programs in the series Frontline as either associate producer or field...
Overview In 1952, David Stewart, with grants from the Ford Foundation, worked in Washington to help start new educational television stations by reserving channels. Stewart then became executive director of the Joint Committee of Educational Broadcasting. In 1966, he became Director of Programs in Education and Public Media for the National Council on the Arts (National Endowment for the Arts). There he was responsible for all projects in radio, television and motion pictures and sound recording. Three...
Scope and Contents Duane Gene Straub (1933- ) collected these materials while working at Michigan State University, Ohio State University, and the University of Indiana in various positions relating to the fields of broadcasting, television, and education. Subjects include the Public Television Library, National Association of Educational Broadcasters, copyright, and satellite communications. Memorandums, technical and administrative reports, program catalogs, and IPD sheets from the Public Broadcasting...