Inside Maryland, Episode 330
Jeff Salkin and Sloane Brown host this weekly program on "people, places, and issues" from around Maryland. John Aubuchon reports on the Y2K problem (aka, the "Millennium bug") and on the steps state organizations are taking to prevent computer malfunctions on January 1, 2000. Interviews include Rep. Connie Morella, chair of a House technology subcommittee. Brown interviews Michael Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City, philanthropist, and chairman of the board at Johns Hopkins University. Mary Mendoza reports on the International Baccalaureate (IB), a worldwide, nonprofit education program then in use in certain schools in Prince George's and Montgomery counties. Scott Hileman covers the new interactive "Star Trek" exhibit at the Maryland Science Center in Baltimore and Melissa Charles does the same with the "Star Wars" exhibit at the National Air and Space Museum in the District. The final story explores an exhibit at Baltimore's American Visionary Art Museum, titled "The End is Near," and featuring the work of 60 different artists. Camilla Carr and Bob Althage promote a new MPT series, "Newsnight Maryland, which will replace "Inside Maryland." Program closes with workers starting to dismantle the set.
Maryland Public Television
North America; United States of America
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Maryland Public Television records
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Fedora 2 PID: umd:736377; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/46464; Filename: bcast-077517
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