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  • [Mary Frances Veeck #6]

    [Mary Frances Veeck #6]

    Audio of interview with Mary Frances Veeck about her husband, Bill Veeck. Shot to be used as voiceover in “Veeck: A Man for Any Season.” Continue reading

  • [None of the Above raw #74]

    [None of the Above raw #74]

    This tape features raw footage for the documentary “None of the Above,” an in depth ethnographic look at non voters in the U.S. We watch as the videomakers spend time with non-voter Frank RePass and his family at a number of different activities in New Orleans. Continue reading

  • The AIDS Connection: Hour V

    The AIDS Connection: Hour V

    This tape is a broadcast from hour 5 of an historic live, all night, talk show that addressed various issues surrounding the AIDS crisis. It was a breakthrough for live TV via satellite as it had never been attempted to connect five locations via satellite, with live feeds to and from the CONUS/Hubbard Broadcasting studio in Minneapolis. No nationally televised long-form program about the AIDS epidemic had been on the air when this was produced. It was seen on more than 120 stations around the country and brought together top experts in the field in the early days of public awareness of AIDS.

    Each hour featured a panel of guests taking questions from the hosts, the studio audience members, and the audience members and panelists participating via satellite. This hour is split into two half-hour segments. The first segment focuses on the global AIDS crisis and AIDS outside of the U.S. The second segment focuses on AIDS and religion (mainly AIDS and Christianity). Each segment features a call-in survey related to the segment topic. Several public service announcements, usually featuring celebrities, were shown in each half hour. Continue reading

  • [Studs Terkel talks about Joe and Gaynell Begley]

    [Studs Terkel talks about Joe and Gaynell Begley]

    A 1999 interview with Studs Terkel about Joe and Gaynell Begley’s C.B. Caudill country store in Blackey, Kentucky. The Begleys had been included in Terkel’s books Hard Times: An Oral History of the Great Depression and American Dreams: Lost and Found. Continue reading