Television in education -- United States -- History -- Sources.
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Abstract Alan F. Lewis began his public broadcasting career at WEDU-TV, Tampa, Florida, in 1963 as a producer and director. He was named director of programming in 1967. Lewis then worked for the Public Television Library from 1973 to 1983 in a variety of positions. Between 1973 and 1977, he was Supervisor of Acquisitions; from 1977 through 1978, he was Manager of the Public Television Library at the Public Broadcasting Service. In 1979, he became director of Broadcast and Archive Services at the...
Abstract Margaret E. Chisholm (1921-1999) was a librarian and educator who became involved in educational television with a televised course she taught on children's literature at the University of Oregon. In 1967, she accepted an offer to direct the media program of the Seattle school system and the area libraries. This job put her on the executive board of public television station KCTS.Later, while serving on the Public Broadcasting Service's Board of Directors, Chisholm participated...
Abstract Ralph Waldo Steetle, Sr. (1912-2004) a prime mover in the creation of public television, began working in educational radio at Louisiana State University. There he was director of broadcasting and helped build WLSU (later renamed KLSU), one of the first non-commercial FM radio stations in the south. He spent ten years in Washington, D.C. as Executive Director of the Joint Council on Educational Television (JCET), under a Ford Foundation grant. JCET served as an advocacy...