Group W Presents the First Fifty Years of Radio: Historical montage of sound recordings, 1920-1970. Released in 1970. Tape recordings made from phonograph discs.
Conclusion. Jack Bogut discusses how radio met challenge of television by exploiting its own unique characteristics and developing the vignette formula and instant news coverage. Television impact on radio. Pat Weaver, Sid Davis, Garry Moore, Rod MacLeish. Recordings include report of President John F. Kennedy death, sent from phone booth in a Dallas hospital; bulletin on assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; actual recording of assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, swearing-in of Lyndon Johnson, messages from space capsules during missions, commercials / spots, interviews and "bloopers."
Civil Rights, Civic Engagement
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- Physical Description
00:25:24 hh:mm:ss; 1/4" open reel tape
Group W (the Westinghouse Broadcasting Co.) audio tapes
A guide to the full collection of Group W (the Westinghouse Broadcasting Co.) audio tapes is available in our archival collections: https://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/43884.
Access condition: public.
- Other Identifiers
Fedora 2 PID: umd:730324; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/43028; Catalog Key: LAB au rl orig 984; Filename: bcast-064013
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