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  • The Chicago Channel Financial Plan

    Financial Plan for the Chicago Channel. Continue reading

  • Electronic Visualization Center

    An advertisement (?) for the Electronic Visualization Center. Continue reading

  • The 70’s

    WNET/13 and TVTV present “The 70’s” Continue reading

  • WTTW broadcast sheet for It’s a Living #206

    WTTW broadcast sheet for It’s A Living #206: “Paper Roses.” Program description: “On location at Chicago Housing Authority’s Clark-Irving Apartments with several retired residents. They talk, sing, play bingo and discuss their lives as retired workers.” Continue reading

  • WTTW broadcast sheet for It’s a Living #205

    WTTW broadcast sheet for It’s A Living #205: “Barney.” Program description: “The condensation of one twelve-hour work day–2AM to 2PM the next day–in the life of a black garbage collector. As night turns to day, he gradually reveals that he makes it from day to day because only hard work keeps him from slipping back to alcoholism. He’s a garbage man, he says, because it’s the hardest job he knows–and because ‘If you’re poor, black and uneducated, there’s not much else to do. I wouldn’t want to be a dishwasher or janitor…'” Continue reading

  • WTTW broadcast sheet for It’s A Living #204

    WTTW broadcast sheet for It’s A Living #204: “The Unemployment Line.” Program description: “The record of a single hour at the state unemployment compensation office on the city’s Northwest Side: People in the line talk about what it’s like to be out of work, as they deal with beaurocratic entanglements of their cases. As the program progresses, a Chicago family finally receives the check they need to survive–after eight weeks of trying.” Continue reading

  • WTTW broadcast sheet for It’s a Living #203

    WTTW broadcast sheet for It’s A Living #203: “Sally, Terri & Dawn.” Program description: “Three housewives–one who concentrates on her family and home exclusively, another who has the freedom to pursue a career, and a third who must work in order to make ends meet–talk about the satisfactions and frustrations of their lives.” Continue reading

  • WTTW broadcast sheet for It’s a Living #202

    WTTW broadcast sheet for It’s A Living #202: Paper Wagon. “Practically real-time in the bowels of the Chicago & Northwestern Railway Station. Discussion and interaction with the workers on newspaper delivery trucks and railway workers wheeling wagons to commuter trains.” Continue reading