Anthony Zaitz Educational Television Collection

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Anthony Zaitz Educational Television Collection

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Anthony Zaitz Educational Television Collection
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ZAITZ, DR. Anthony "Tony," 90, died January 23, 2007. is varied career included charter professor of the English department at USF and performing as a jazz clarinet and saxophone player all his life. Zaitz came to Tampa in 1960 from the University of Massachusetts, where he helped launch the first public broadcasting station there. He served in World War II in the Air Force and participated in D-Day as a combat intelligence officer. He continued in the Air Force Reserve and retired as a lieutenant colonel. In 1962, Zaitz accepted a Fulbright associate professorship in English at the University of Damascus, Syria, for two years. He returned to USF and became active in local radio and educational television productions. In 1966, Zaitz accepted chairmanship of the Saint Leo College of Literature and Language Division. He was the first president of Saint Leo College and led the school to become Saint Leo University. He served as president until 1970 then continued as professor of literature. He formed a poetry and improvisational music group which continues. In 2005, he received the Saint Leo Alumni Association' s Honorary Alumnus Award for many years of distinguished service. Many local elected political officials began their campaigns with music by Tony Zaitz and his combo, including Mayor Pam Iorio, Congresswoman Kathy Castor, Clerk of the Circuit Court Pat Frank, former State Commissioner of Education and USF president Betty Castor, former State Sen. Helen Gordon Davis, former County Commissioner Fran Davin, Bill McBride and others. Zaitz is survived by children, Lawrence Zaitz, Susan Chandler, Richard Zaitz and Cynthia Zaitz. He also leaves behind his partner of six years, Lula Dovi.
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Television Show Business by Judy Dupuy
scopecontent
Scope and Contents
A handbook of television programming and production, based on five years of operation of General Electric's Television Station, WRGB, Schenectady, New York.
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1946
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School Sound Systems
Scope and Contents
AIA-File #31-i-7. Basic Standards. Developed by the U.S. Office of Education and the Radio Manudacturers Association Joint Committee on Standards for School Audio Equipment.
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Public Service Responsibility of Broadcast Licensees
March 7, 1946
Scope and Contents
Report by Federal Communications Commission. Federal Communications Commission, Washington, D.C.
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1947
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Telephone and Address Directory of the Staff of The University of Massachusetts at Fort Devens
December 1947
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School Sound Recording and Playback Equipment
Scope and Contents
Basic Standards. AIA-File #31-i-7. Developed by the U.S. Office of Education and the Radio Manufactureres Association Joint Committee on Standards for School Audio Equipment.
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Second Annual Report of the Lowell Institute Cooperative Broadcasting Council
September 1, 1947 - August 31, 1948
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1948
Scope and Contents
Folder also contains miscellaneous clippings, correspondence, and memos.
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Radio and Television Bibliography - Bulletin 1948 No. 17
Scope and Contents
Educational Radio Script and Transcription Exchange. Federal Security Agency. Office of Education. 2 copies.
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Classroom Radio Receivers
Scope and Contents
Basic Specifications. AIA-File #31-i-7. Developed by the United States Office of Education and the Radio Manufactureres Association Joint Committee on Specifications for School Audio Equipment.
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NAEB Newsletter
Scope and Contents
National Association of Educational Broadcasters. Edited by Richard B. Hull, President, Station WOI, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa.
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5
1949
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WFIL Studio Schoolhouse - Teachers' Manual
1948-1949
Scope and Contents
Prepared especially for use in elementary schools.
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Televising the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra
Scope and Contents
By Burton Paulu. Reprinted from The Quarterly of Film, Radio, and Television. Volume VIII, Number 2.
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5
The Graduate Program in Television at Syracuse University
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Teaching Aids Laboratory - Ohio State University
December 1949
Scope and Contents
Television and Education: A Biography. Prepared by Ruth Seeger.
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Handwritten Notebook
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Third Annual Report of the Lowell Institute Cooperative Broadcasting Council
September 1, 1948 - August 31, 1949
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6
1949
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7
1949
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NAEB Newsletters
Scope and Contents
National Association of Educational Broadcasters.
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1950-1951
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1950
Scope and Contents
minutes
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Fourth Annual Report of the Lowell Institute Cooperative Broadcasting Council
September 1, 1949 - September 31, 1950
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Radio Daily - Vol. 52, No. 46
September 6, 1950
Scope and Contents
The National Daily Newspaper of Commercial Radio and Television.
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Average Hours, Earning, and Employment
October 1950
Scope and Contents
Radio & TV Broadcasting Industry. United States Department of Labor. Maurice J. Tobin, Secretary. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Ewan Clague, Commissioner. In cooperation with Federal Communications Commission.
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Opening Statement on Behalf of the Joint Committee on Educational Television
November 27, 1950
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Allerton House 1949, 1950
Scope and Contents
Reprinted from the Hollywood Quarterly, Volume V, Number 3.
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NAEB Newsletters
1950
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2
January 1950
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2
February 1950
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2
March 1950
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2
April 1950
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2
May 1950
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June - July 1950
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2
October 1950
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November - December 1950
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1950
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Statement of Richard B. Hull
Scope and Contents
Statement of Richard B. Hull with Respect to Reservation of Television Channels for Educational Purposes. Before the Federal Communications Commission, Washington, D.C.
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The Story of General Electric Research
Scope and Contents
By Laurence A. Hawkins.
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Supplement to Newsletter #12
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Special Meeting on TV Allocation Hearings
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Education's Need for Television Channels
Scope and Contents
Suggested Testimony of Commissioner Earl J. McGrath, United States Office of Education, to be Presented before the Feral Communications Commission in re Docket Nos. 8736, 8975, 8976, and 9175.
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The Research Paper: Gathering Library Material; Organizing and Preparing the Manuscript
Scope and Contents
By Lucyle Hook and Mary Virginia Gaver. Prentice-Hall, Inc.
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Television Training for the Census
1950
Scope and Contents
Includes schedule and script for program. Originated at SDV TV Studios.
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5
1951
Scope and Contents
Correspondence--National Association of Educational Broadcasters; City of New York Municipal Broadcasting System; Joint Committee on Educational Television
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Safeguarding Television Channels for Education
Scope and Contents
School Life Volume 44 No. 4. By Earl James McGrath, U.S. Commissioner of Education.
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5
Higher Education Vol. VII, No. 9
January 1, 1951
Scope and Contents
Semimonthly Publication of the Federal Security Agency. Office of Education, Higher Education Division.
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5
Television Daily Vol. 54, No. 54
January 24, 1951
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5
Television and Education
February 26, 1951
Scope and Contents
Reprinted from The New Republic. Distributed by the National Association of Educational Broadcasters, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill. A New Republic Panel Discussion with the Co-operation of the National Association of Educational Broadvasters under the chairmanship of Saul Carson, Radio-Television Editor.
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Memorandum Concerning Immediate Actions Necessitated by the FCC Educational Television Division
March 21-22, 1951
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Technical Report - SDC 476-02-S2
April 1951
Scope and Contents
The Effectiveness of Television Instruction in Traiing Naval Air Reservists. (Rapid Mass Learning). Fordham University Television Evaluation Project, April 1951. Project Designation NR 781-007. Contract N7onr-47602. SDC Human Engineering Project 20-E-5a. Special Devices Center, Port Washington, L.I., N.Y.
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1951
Scope and Contents
Correspondence
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Los Angeles Television - Monitoring Study Number 2
May 23-29, 1951
Scope and Contents
By Dallas M. Smythe, Research Professor, Institute of Communications Research and Professor of Economics, University of Illinois and Angus Campbell, Director, Survey Research Center and Professor of Psychology and Sociology, University of Michigan. National Association of Educational Broadcasters. Gregory Hall, Urbana Illinois, December, 1951.
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"Television and the Teaching Profession"
Scope and Contents
Speech by Frieda B. Hennock, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commissioner at the Commencement Exercises of The Mills School. Friday, June 8, 1951, New York City, N.Y.
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Chicago Summer Television - The National Association of Educational Broadcasters Monitoring Study Number 3
July 30-August 5, 1951
Scope and Contents
By Donald Horton, Hans O. Mauksch and Kurt Lang. The National Opinion Research Center and the Univesity of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.
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Sample Television Schedule - Sunday-Saturday
August 15, 1951
Scope and Contents
Lowell Institute Cooperative Broadcasting Council.
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Trends in Church, Education and Industry Cooperation
October 1951
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1951
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Visual Principles for Training by Television - Human Engineering Report SDC 20-TV-2
Scope and Contents
Human Engineering Division, Special Devices Center. Report Prepared by: Robert Jackson, Applications Research Section, Program Branch, Human Engineering Div. Special Devices Center, Port Washington, L.I., N.Y.
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Oral Argument Before the Federal Communications Commission on the Legal Authority of the Commission to Promulgate By Rule an Allocation Plan for Television Stations and to Reserve Channels for Educational Stations
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Plan for Mailings to Win Support for Educational Television During the Period Between the Tentative and Final FCC Decisions
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TV Channels for Education
Scope and Contents
A Statement on the Needs and Potentialities of Educational Television. By the Joint Committe on Educational Television.
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NAEB Newsletters
1951
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January-February 1951
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Supplement
January-February 1951
Scope and Contents
Study No. 1. Prepared by the National Association of Educational Broadcasters for the Joint Committee on Educational Television. A Study of New York City Television Programming for the week of January 4-10, 1951.
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March 1951
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April 1951
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May-June 1951
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July-August 1951
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September-October 1951
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Convention News - Twenty-Seventh Annual Convention - National Association of Educational Broadcasters
November 2-5, 1951
Scope and Contents
Hotel Buena Vista. Biloxi, Mississippi.
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1952
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1952
Scope and Contents
Misc. correspondence, cliipings from Des Moines Register
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Annual Report of the University Radio Committee
January 7, 1952
Scope and Contents
University of Wisconsin. Document 1031.
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Six Years of Learning
Scope and Contents
Radio Address by Ralph Lowell, Trustee of The Lowell Institute. Station WGBH. 6:40 PM Tuesday (Feb. 8). For Release AM's Wednesday (Feb. 4).
id175226
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WOI-TV
Scope and Contents
Iowa State College. Channel 4. Ames, Iowa. 2 copies.
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Constitution of The University of Massachussetts Broadcasting Association
February 13, 1952
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Status Quo of Educational TV in Massachussetts
Scope and Contents
2 copies.
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Delta Sigma Rho - Discussion and Debate Conference at University of Wisconsin
March 7-8, 1952
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Notes on Remarks Made by President Friley to Staff Members Invited to Attend College Birthday Meeting
March 10, 1952
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So--You Want to Get on Television
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Report to the Board of Directors and Officers - The National Association of Education Broadcasters on the Regional Congerence Region V
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2
1952
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2
News of Iowa State Vol. 4, No. 7
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Technical Report SDC-20-TV-1
April 1952
Scope and Contents
Learning from Kinescipes and Films. Human Engineering Division, Special Devices Center. Project Designation NR-781. P.O. 104401. SDC Human Engineering Project 20-TV-1.
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2
Associate Members Survey
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Educational Television For Wisconsin - 25 Questions and Answers
id175238
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The Future of Educational Televison
April 18, 1952
Scope and Contents
Address by Frieda B. Hennock, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission at the Institute for Education by Radio-Television. Columbus, Ohio. Friday afternoon, April 18,1952. 2 copies.
id175239
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2
Address by Paul A Walker, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission
April 18, 1952
Scope and Contents
At the Annual Luncheon Meeting of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters at the Institute for Education by Radio-Television. Columbus, Ohio.
id175240
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Digest of the Report of Educational Television Programs Institute
April 20-24, 1952
Scope and Contents
Held at Pennsylvania State College.
id175241
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Educational Television Moves Forward
Scope and Contents
A Report of a Full School Day of Ultra-High Frequency Classroom Television Programs in the Public Schools of Bloomfield and Montclair, N.J on April 30, 1952. The Montclair State Teachers College, Television in Education Project, Montclair, New Jersey. 3 copies.
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1952
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Art Programs - Memorial Art Gallery of Rochester, New York
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3
Wisconsin Council of Agriculture Co-Operative Newsletter - Vol. V, No. 4
May 1952
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Instructional TV System
May 1, 1952
Scope and Contents
By Ken Thomas, Head, Television Section, Special Devices Center, Port Washington, N.Y. Project Engineer: George F. Huether.
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Educational Television Can Strengthen American Democracy
May 2, 1952
Scope and Contents
Address by Frieda B. Hennock, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission at the Opening Session of the Biennial meeting of the National Jewish Welfare Board, Detroit, Michigan. Friday afternoon, May 2, 1952.
id175247
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New Haven Television
May 15-21, 1952
Scope and Contents
By Dallas W. Smythe. 2 copies.
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Joint Committee on Educational Television Reports - Action for Educational Television
May 20, 1952
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4
1952
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Syracuse University Television
1952
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Joint Committee on Educational Television Reports - Action for Educational Television
June 4, 1952
id175252
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4
A Summary Report and Evaluation of San Diego City Schools - KFMB-TV, Channel 8
June 1952
Scope and Contents
Educational Telvision Experiment. Prepared for Advisory Committee on Educational Television. Dr. Robert E. Jenkins, Chairman.
id175253
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Boston University Presents "Distinguished Broadcasting for a Discriminating Audience"
June-July 1952
Scope and Contents
WBUR. Boston University School of Public Relations and Communications.
id175254
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Educational Television Programs Produced by Schools and Colleges
Scope and Contents
Joint Committee on Educational Television, Washington, D.C.
id175255
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Education's Year of Decision
July 9, 1952
Scope and Contents
Address by Paul A. Walker, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission at the Fifth Annual Radio and Television Institute, Pennsylvania State College.
id175256
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4
"Educational TV: An Unusual Opportunity for the Set Manufactured Industry"
July 10, 1952
Scope and Contents
Address by Frieda B. Hennock, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission at the Thirtieth Anniversary Convention of the Distributors of The Emerson Radio and Phonograph Corporation in New York City, N.Y.
id175257
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4
WOI Newsletter - No. 28
July 10, 1952
id175258
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4
Joint Committee on Educational Television Reports - Action for Educational Television
July 11, 1952
id175259
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4
Legal Assistant to FCC Chirman Joints JCET
July 15, 1952
Scope and Contents
Joint Committee on Educational Television, Washington, D.C. Ralph Steetle, Executive Director.
id175260
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Guide to Films in Economic Education
Scope and Contents
Department of Audio-Visual Instruction, National Education Association.
id175261
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Joint Committee on Educational Television Reports - Action for Educational Television
July 29, 1952
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Joint Committee on Educational Television Reports - Action for Educational Television
July 29, 1952
id175263
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Joint Committee on Educational Television Reports - Action for Educational Television
July 31, 1952
id175264
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5
1952
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National Association of Educational Broadcasters Newsletter
August 1952
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Period Outline - Iowa State College Television Workshop
August 17, 1952
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1952
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1
1952
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Television: a responsibility and opportunity for serving the public
Scope and Contents
National Broadcasting Company. Statement by Charles R. Denny, Vice President of the National Broadcsting Company Before the Communications Subcommittee of The House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce Considering H. Res. 278, New York City, Sept., 23, 1952.
id175270
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1
Wisconsin Council off Agriculture Co-Operative Newsletter - Vol. VII, No. 9
September 1954
id175271
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Educational Television Nears Reality in Los Angeles
September 8, 1952
Scope and Contents
Address by Frieda B. Hennock, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission before the Members of the Los Angeles Educational Television Committee at a meeting called by the University of Southern California Allan Hancock Foundation on September 8, 1952.
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The World Floods Into You
September 13, 1952
Scope and Contents
By Robert Lewis Shayon. Saturday Review.
id175273
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Joint Committee on Educational Television - Action for Educational Television
September 22, 1952
id175274
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Television an Essential to the Future of Education in Wisconsin
September 22, 1952
Scope and Contents
Wisconsin Legislative Council Gearing on Educational Television in Wisconsin. Presented by Milo K. Swanton, Chairman, Wisconsin Citizens Committee for Educational Television.
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Report on Television and Education
September 15, 1952
Scope and Contents
To: Wisconsin Legislative Council. From: State Radio Council. Date: September 15, 1952.
id175276
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Review of Educational Broadcasting in Wisconsin
September 15, 1952
Scope and Contents
For: Wisconsin Legislative Council. By: State Radio Council. Date: September 15, 1952.
id175277
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1
Origin of Wisconsin Citizens Committee for Educational Television
September 22, 1952
Scope and Contents
Material Presented by Milo K. Swanton, Chairman, Wisconsin Citizens Committe for Educational Television Before the Legislative Council, September 22, 1952.
id175278
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Educational Television: Some Suggestions
October 1952
Scope and Contents
Harold E. Wigren, Director of Audio-Visual Education, Houston Public Schools, Houston, Texas. [Reprinted by Joint Committee on Educational Television, 1785 Massachussetts Avenue, N.W., Washington 6, D.C., from the Teachers College Record, Vol. 54, No. 1, October, 1952.] 2 copies.
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AER Journal - Vol. 12, No. 1
October 1952
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U.S. Government Films for Television - 5th Edition
October 1952
Scope and Contents
By Seerley Reid, Chief, Visual Education Service and Anita Carpenter, Visual Education Service.
id175281
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Analysis of elevision for the National Institutes of Health
October 1952
Scope and Contents
A report from the Special Devices Center prepared by: Ken Thomas, E.G. Sherburne, Jr., Dr. J.R. Jackson, George F. Huether, Gilbert G. Strubel.
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Address by Paul A. Walker
October 2, 1952
Scope and Contents
Chairman, Federal Communications Commission, Under the Auspices of the Joint Committeeon Educational Television for Pennsylvania, at the Annual Education Congress, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Thursday, October 2, 1952. 2 copies.
id175283
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"The Mass Media and Education: Some Basic Facts About Educational Television"
October 23, 1952
Scope and Contents
An Address by Frieda B. Hennock, Federal Communications Commissioner before the Minnesota Education Association, St. Paul, Minnesota on Thursday, October 23, 1952.
id175284
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A Regional Approach to Educational Television
October 23, 1952
Scope and Contents
Southern Regional Education Board.
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WGBH Fact Sheet
October 29, 1952
Scope and Contents
Operated with the advice and cooperation of the Lowell Institute Cooperative Broadcasting Council.
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1952
Scope and Contents
misc. schedules "The How Show", WMUA
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Educational Television for Connecticut
November 1952
Scope and Contents
Connecticut State Department of Education, Hartford. Joseph T. Nerden, Consultant, Audio-Visual Education, November 1952.
id175288
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The Job Ahead for Educational TV
Scope and Contents
By Paul A. Walker, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission. Reprint from School Life, November 1952. Federal Security Agency, Office of Education, Washington, D.C.
id175289
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2
Wisconsin Council of Agriculture Co-Operative Newsletter - Vol. V, No. 8
November 1952
id175290
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2
Massachussetts Collegian - Vol. LXIII, No. 13
November 7, 1952
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Television Is Your Business
November 12-13, 1952
Scope and Contents
By E.A. Hungerford, General Precision Laboratory Incorporated, Pleasantville, New York. (Prepared for the annual meeting of the Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York, November 12-13, 1952).
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Educational Television
November 12-13, 1952
Scope and Contents
Addresses by John P. Myers, Chancellor, The University of the State of New York; Lewis A. Wilson, President, The University of the State of New York and Commissioner of Education. New York State Television Institute, Union College, Schenectady, November 12, 13, 2952. The University of the State of New York Press, Albany.
id175293
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"Broadcasting and the Sooner State"
November 18, 1952
Scope and Contents
Address by Paul A. Walker, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission, Before the Oklahoma Broadcasters Association, Oklahoma Memorial Union Building, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, 6:30 P.M., Tuesday, November 18, 1952.
id175294
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Teachers and Educational Television
November 26, 1952
Scope and Contents
An Address by Frieda B. Hennock, Federal Communications Commissioner before the Interdistrict Teachers Institute, Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, California on Wednesday, November 26, 1952.
id175295
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Education and Television
Scope and Contents
By Belmont Farley. Reprinted by permission of the Music Educators National Conference from Music Educators Journal, November-December 1952, by Joint Committee on Educational Television, Washington, D.C.
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1952
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Des Moines Sunday Register
December 28, 1952
id175298
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A Report on Educational Television Activities in Pennsylvania
July 1-December 9, 1952
Scope and Contents
C.R. Carpenter, Professor of Psychology, The Pennsylvania State College, for the Steering Committee of the Joint Committee on Educational Television for Pennsylvania. Published by the Joint Committee on Educational Television for Pennsylvania and the America Council of Education.
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The Importance of Radio In Television Areas Today
Scope and Contents
A nation-wide survey by Alfred Politz Research, Inc.
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"Television for Total Education"
December 15, 1952
Scope and Contents
Address by Paul A. Walker, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission at the Governor's Conference on Educational television, Memorial Atrium, Sacramento, California, 9:30 A.M., PST, Monday, December 15, 1952.
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Address by Paul A. Walker
December 11, 1952
Scope and Contents
Federal Communications Commission, Southern Regiona Conference on Educational Television, Sponsored by Southern Regional Education Board Joint Committee on Educational Television, American Council on Educaiton, 9:30 A.M., Thursday, December 11, 1952, Atlanta Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia.
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Address by Paul A. Walker
December 5, 1952
Scope and Contents
Chairman, Federal Communications Commission Fifth Anniversary Banquet, Empire State FM School of the Air, Grand Ballroom, Hotel Syracuse, Syracuse, New York, 7:00 P.M., Friday, December 5, 1952.
id175303
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Governors Conference on Educational Television
December 16, 1952
Scope and Contents
House Chamber, State House. Presiding: Harry H. Hagemann, Waverly, Iowa, Chairman of the Iowa Joint Committee on Educational Television.
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Symposium on Television Training and Training Research
December 10-11, 1952
Scope and Contents
Sponsored by The Joint Panel on Training and Training Devices Committee on Human Resources Research and Development Board.
id175305
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Lowell Institute Cooperative Broadcasting Council - Program Schedule
December 8-14, 1952
Scope and Contents
WGBH (89.7) and other Boston Stations.
id175306
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Preliminary Report of the Special Commission on Educational Television
Scope and Contents
Senate No. 513. The Commonwealth of Massachussetts. (An Unpaid Special Commission Established by Chapter 96, Resolves of 1952). Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Co., Legislative Printers, 1953.
id175307
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A Bibliography of Rhetoric and Public Address - Prospectus
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1952
id175318
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News of Iowa State - Vol. 5, No. 3
December 1952
id175319
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Engineer to Be JCET Consultant
December 22, 1952
Scope and Contents
Joint Committee on Educational Television. Ralph Steetle, Educational Director.
id175320
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Survey of Television Utilization In Army Training
December 31, 1952
Scope and Contents
Human Engineering Report SpecDevCen 530-01-1. Under Contract #530(01). With Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. Report prepared by: Martin F. Fritz, Chief Investigator, James E. Humphrey, J.A. Greenlee, Ralph L. Madison. Final Report.
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Manhattan Mercury-Chronicle
December 11, 1952
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Education Prepares to Use Television
Scope and Contents
Franklin Dunham, Chief, Radio Television, Office of Education, FSA.
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Television at SUI
December 1952
Scope and Contents
SUI Staff Magazine.
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Report of the Third Allerton Seminar - Public School Broadcasting
Scope and Contents
(The Third Allerton Seminar was held in Allerton House, Robert Allerton Park, University of Illinois, June 15-25, 1952, under the sponsorship of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters and the Kellogg Foundation.)
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Journeys In Music Land
Scope and Contents
Edgar B. Gordon. The Wisconsin School of the Air, 1952-1953. Piano Accompaniments.
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University of Kansas and Kansas State College
Scope and Contents
Prepared By The Joint Committees on Television of the University of Kansas and Kansas State College.
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Channel 2 - Massachussetts' "Electric Blackboard"
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Educational Channel 2 (EC-2) Groups - Suggested Organization
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So You're Going on Television - Information Service Series No. 2
Scope and Contents
Information Tools Improve Your Educational Program by Jo Nelson and Ray Wolf.
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A Business Man Speaks About Educational Television
Scope and Contents
National Citizens Committee for Educational Television, Washington, D.C.
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What Is NAEB
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The World Has Come to this Door!
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Radio and Television Bibliography
Scope and Contents
Federal Security Agency, Office of Education.
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A Report on Selected Aspects of the Television Program of the Special Devices Center
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Radio-Television Bibliography
Scope and Contents
Edited by Burton Paulu. Published by National Association of Educational Broadcasters.
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The Development of Educational Television: Persuasion in a Campaign to Establish Educational Television Stations
Scope and Contents
The University of Wisconsin, Department of Speech. Outline of Dissertation. Candidate: Anthony W. Zaitz.
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The Challenge of the 242 Channels
Scope and Contents
By Burton Paulu. Reprinted from The Quarterly of FIlm, Radio, Television, Volume VII, Numbers 1 and 2.
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Radio and Television Bibliography - Bulletin 1952 No. 18
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CARE - 1952...North Europe - France, Norway, Finland, Benelux
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Questions and Comments Concerning Educational Television in Wisconsin
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Television Programs now in the air in which ART is a featured subject
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1952 Is Making TV History
Scope and Contents
Farm Breau Litho. Stamped: Joint Committee on Educational Television.
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"... an opportunity equal...to invention of printing..."
Scope and Contents
National Citizens Committee For Educational Television.
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The Kite and the Key
Scope and Contents
The story of radio-TV and electronics from a tiny spark to a great industry. Radio-Electronics-Television Manufactureres Association.
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Army Test Prove Television Is An Excellent Teaching Tool
Scope and Contents
Reprinted from Educational Television News. Courtesy of Radio Corporation of America, Broadcast & TV Equipment, Camden, N.J.
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Relating College to Community
Scope and Contents
By Ralph B. Steele. Executive Director, Joint Committee on Educational Television.
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TV Questions - And Answers
Scope and Contents
Wisconsin Citizens Committee for Educational Television-To Safeguard the Peoples' Interests in Television.
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The Use of Television for Educational Purposes
Scope and Contents
The University of the State of New York, The State Education Department, Albany, New York.
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News of the Week
Scope and Contents
By Margaret Bernard. The Wisconsin School of the Air, 1951-1952.
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The Challenge of the 242 Channels
Scope and Contents
By Burton Paulu. Reprinted from The Quarterly of FIlm, Radio, and Television, Volume VII, Numbers 1 and 2.
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Broadcasting by Political Candidates on Educational Stations
Scope and Contents
By Irving Rodgers Merrill, A.B., Cornell University, 1941. Thesis Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Journalism in the Graduate College of the University of Illinois, 1952. Urbana, Illinois.
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This Is Educational Television
Scope and Contents
National Citizens Committee for Educational Television. Ring Building, Washington, D.C.
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A New Vision for Television
Scope and Contents
This Manual Has Been Prepared to Help You to Bring Educational Television to Your Community. National Citizens Committe for Educational Television. 3 copies.
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1953
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1953: The Year of Decision In Educational Television
Scope and Contents
By George E. Probst, Executive Secretary, Radio Office, The University of Chicago. Reprinted from The University of Chicago Magazine, January, 1953 by The Joint Committee on Educational Television, 1785 Massachussetts Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.
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Can TV Teach A Course?
Scope and Contents
(Reprinted from the January Columbia Alumni News).
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The Lantern - Vol. 6, No. 1
January 1953
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Television at the University of Michigan
Scope and Contents
Garnet R. Garrison, Director of Television, University of Michigan. Reprinted from The Journal of the AER, January 1953, by Joint Committee on Educational Television.
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Educational Television
January 1953
Scope and Contents
Connecticut State Department of Education, Hartford. The Connecticut State Board of Education Has Endorsed Educational Television Because---. Television Bulletin #3, Joseph T. Nerden, January, 1953.
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Who Is An Educator?
January 1953
Scope and Contents
By Franklin Dunham. (Reprinted from The Educational Record, January, 1953)/
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National Association of Educational Broadcasters Newsletter
January 1953
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Minneapolis Sunday Tribune
January 4, 1953
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Three Years of New York Television 1951-1953 - January 4-10
July 1953
Scope and Contents
By Dallas W. Smythe, Research Professor, Institute of Communications Research and Professor of Economics, University of Illinois. National Association of Educational Broadcasters, Gregory Hall, Urbana, Illinois.
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Attendance At Western Massachusetts Educational TV Conference
January 10, 1953
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Past, Present & Future of Educational TV In Western Massachusetts
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"T-TV" - The Challenge of Educational Television
Scope and Contents
By Jacob L. Holtzmann, Chairman, Board of Regents Committee on Television for Education. The University of the State of New York Press, Albany.
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Television Factbook - Number 18
January 15, 1954
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WOI Newsletter - Number 19
December 18, 1952
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Minutes of the First Meeting of the Western Massachusetts Television Council
January 21, 1953
Scope and Contents
Hotel Roger Smith, Holyoke.
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Statement of Telford Taylor
January 21, 1953
Scope and Contents
Before the Temporary State Commission on the Use of Television for Educational Purposes.
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Excerpts From Remarks From Paul A. Walker
January 21, 1953
Scope and Contents
Chairman, Federal Communications Commission Before the Seminar of the Joint Committe on Eduational Television, St. Regis Hotel, New York City.
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WOI Newsletter - Number 54
January 25, 1953
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School and Society - Vol. 77, Number 1988
January 24, 1953
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Lowell Institute Cooperative Broadcasting Council Program Schedule
January 26 - February 1, 1953
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Report on the Public Hearing on the Preliminary Recommendations on Educational Television before the Legislative Committee on Education at the State House
January 26, 1953
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Educational Television - Number 7
January 23, 1953
Scope and Contents
The Joint Committe on Educational Television
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Mid-Season Contest In Effective Speaking
Scope and Contents
Presented by University Extension Classes In Western Massachusetts. Longmeadow, Massachusetts. "Speech finely framed delighteth the ears!" Division of University Extension, Massachusetts Department of Education, E. Everett Clark, Director. Western Massachusetts Headquarters, Ursula K. Toomey, Supervisor.
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Changing Concepts of Adult Education
January 31, 1953
Scope and Contents
Talk given by Robert J. Blakely, Manager, Office for Central Region Fund for Adult Education, Chicago, Illinois at meeting og Massachusetts Adult Education, Boston.
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Adult Education Association of Massachusetts - Annual Meeting
January 31, 1953
Scope and Contents
Boston Center for Adult Education.
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Television Report - Section III - Progarm Methods
Scope and Contents
Radio and Television Service, Office of Information, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 2 copies.
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National Association of Educational Broadcasters Newsletter - A Report From the President
February 1953
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Greater Boston Area Council - Preliminary Report
February 15, 1953
Scope and Contents
Educational TV Committee Subcommittee on Ways and Means.
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Western Massachusetts Educational Television Council
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Meeting of the Western Masachusetts Educational Television Council
February 28, 1953
Scope and Contents
Faculty Club, Smith College.
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Greater Boston Area Council
February 28, 1953
Scope and Contents
Educational TV Committee, Engineering and Technical Sub-Committee. First Meeting, Saturday, February 28, 1953 at 1:30 PM at Natick, Mass.
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Notes on Meeting of Technical & Engineering Sub-Committee
February 28, 1953
Scope and Contents
Of Greater Boston Area Council and in the Presence of Dr. Keo C. Donahue, Chairman of Technical and Engineering Sub-Committee of the Phillips' Commission.
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The Christian Science Monitor - 'A Year of Decision' - What Is the Future of Educational Television?
February 17, 1953
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"Have You Been on TV Yet?"
February 1953
Scope and Contents
The Reader's Digest - 32nd Year. Condensed from The Minneapolis Sunday Tribune. William F. McDermott.
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College and University Business
February 1953
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Should Iowa Set Up and Operate an Educational Television Network in the Public Interest?
1953
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"Have You Been on TV Yet?"
February 1953
Scope and Contents
Condensed from The Minneapolis Sunday Tribune. William F. McDermott.
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Status Quo of Educational TV In Massachusetts
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Nineteen Facts About Educational Television
2/18/1953
Scope and Contents
From Wisconsin Citizens' Committee for Educational Television. Mrs. Fred Risser, Secretary.
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The Annual Report of the University Radio-Television Committee - Document 1121
February 1, 1954
Scope and Contents
University of Washington.
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Educational Television
February 5, 1953
Scope and Contents
A program designed to acquaint the citizens of Connecticut with the facts and the possibilities of educational television. Sponsored by Connecticut Council on Education, Connecticut Council on Higher Education, Connecticut Citizens for the Public Schools. St. Thomas Seminary, Bloomfield, Connecticut.
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Notes on Conference of American College Public Relations Association
February 11-12, 1953
Scope and Contents
Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.
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Our Schools - Vol. 16, No. 2
February 1953
Scope and Contents
"Television as a Tool for School Use." Issued by The School Executive Magazine, N.Y.
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TV Programs For Children - Suggested Criteria
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Western Mass. Educational TV
Scope and Contents
From: Horace W. Hwelett, Amherst College. For Release: Friday P.M, Feb. 20 and thereafter.
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Summary - Notes on Meeting of Technical & Engineering Sub-Committee
Scope and Contents
Greater Boston Area Council and in the Presence of Dr. Leo C. Donahue, Chairman of Technical and Engineering Sub-Committee of the Phillips' Commission.
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Report of the Engineering Techniques Committee
February 17, 1953
Scope and Contents
Western Massachusetts Educational Television Council.
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WOI Newsletter - Number 60
February 26, 1953
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"Television -- New Frontier In Education"
February 4, 1953
Scope and Contents
Address by Earl Minderman, Field Liason Officer, National Citizens Committee for Educational Television, Washington, D.C. Farm and Home Week Meeting, University of Wisconsin.
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Is Television An Academic Responsibility?
Scope and Contents
By F.J. Van Bortel, The University of Chicago.
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Preliminary Report - Greater Boston Area Council Educational TV Committee Engineering and Technical Sub-Committee
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The Christian Science Monitor - Volume 45, No. 51
January 26, 1953
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Nashville's Biggest Educational Bargain
February 1954
Scope and Contents
Nashville Educational Television Foundation.
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University Extension Industrial Courses at Chicopee Trade High School
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Music Time 1952-1953
Scope and Contents
The Wisconsin School of the Air. Gertrude Stillman.
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Region II Seminar Workshop
March 13-14, 1953
Scope and Contents
Communications Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. National Association of Educational Broadcasters, Urbana. Illinois.
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Committee on Television - Educational Television Newsletter - Number 15
December 1956
Scope and Contents
American Council of Education, Washington, D.C.
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Educational Television News
March 2, 1953
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Educational Television News
March 16, 1953
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Educational Television News
March 30, 1953
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National Association of Educational Broadcasters Newsletter
March 1953
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Phi Kappa Phi Journal
March 1953
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"Educational TV Crisis Involves University"
March 1953
Scope and Contents
The Alumni Bulletin, University of Massachusetts.
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Meeting of the Executive Board of the Western Massachusetts Educational Television Council
March 5, 1953
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Greater Boston Area Council Educational TV Committee
Scope and Contents
Western Massachusetts Educational TV Council, Joint Engineering and Technical Subcommittee.
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Another New Frontier
March 17, 1953
Scope and Contents
Talk by Dr. W.R.G. Baker, General Electric Vice President and General Manager, Electronics Divisionat Poor Richard Club, Philadelphia.
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Evaluation Sheets - Western Mass. Educational Television Conference
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