MPT Turns 50: "Wall $treet Week With Louis Rukeyser: Interview with oil analyst Paul Ting" clip, 2000

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One year after its launch, MPT addressed the question of how public TV could help Marylanders develop skills, savvy, and self-sufficiency.  Some of these programs turned out to be the network’s most successful shows, receiving early critical acclaim and distribution by PBS, and some are still in production. The first major program under this heading was "Wall $treet Week with Louis Rukeyser", which debuted on November 20, 1970, hosted by Rukeyser, a noted financial writer and broadcaster. Every Friday night, Rukeyser gathered a panel of market experts to provide viewers with investment knowledge. This clip was featured in the 50th anniversary exhibit, "Made Possible By Viewers Like You: Maryland Public Television Turns 50" in the Hornbake Library Maryland Room Gallery in 2019. 
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