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April 1996, Week 4


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"NANCY F. KAPLAN" <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 22 Apr 1996 12:22:12 -0400
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My colleague and I are working on a book about student television stations
(from high school through college/university).  Our book's primary audience is
faculty and students involved in student television.  We are researching the
history of student television and are interested in any information or
resources that anyone on this listserv might have.  Does anyone know the date
and place and details of the first student television station in the United
States?  Any information will be appreciated.
We would also be interested in any information/case studies involving the
following areas:
1.  various ways stations have been started
2.  how student participation impacts on the students
3.  programming (news and entertainment)
4.  ethical considerations
5.  promotional techniques
6.  faculty involvement
7.  funding
8.  equipment acquisition and use
If you have any information please contact us:
Professor Nancy F. Kaplan               Professor Tony Silvia
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516/463-5429 (work)                     401/874-4284 (work)
516/781-7273 (fax)                      401/874-4450 (fax)
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