Educational broadcasting -- Washington (State) -- Seattle -- History -- Sources.
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Abstract Richard J. Meyer (1933- ) is an important contributor to the field of public broadcasting. After the New York City Board of Education announced its withdrawal of funds from Channel 13 (WNDT, New York) in 1965, Meyer accepted the job of organizing the remaining school subscribers into a viable school television service. Five years later, following a merger with National Educational Television, Meyer became vice president of the education division of the newly consolidated station WNET. In...