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Broadcast journalism

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

AFTRA Detroit President's Office: Mary Lou Zieve Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR002248
Abstract The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) merged in 2012 with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and is now known as SAG-AFTRA. The union represents more than 160,000 actors, announcers, broadcasters, journalists, dancers, DJs, news writers, news editors, program hosts, puppeteers, recording artists, singers, stunt performers, voiceover artists and other media professionals. Mary Lou Zieve entered the broadcasting industry in the 1950s, becoming a member of AFTRA in 1956. She...
Dates: 1950 - 2011; Majority of material found within 1980 - 1999

Jack R. Hendrickson Sr. Papers

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Identifier: UP001284
Abstract Jack Reynold Hendrickson, Sr. was a doctoral student at Wayne State University. His papers contain materials from the Detroit PBS station for his dissertation, "Public Television Management, Programming and Financing at Station WTVS-TV Channel 56, Detroit, 1966-1980."
Dates: 1970 - 1985

WWJ / WDIV Film, Video, and Teleprompter Scripts

 Collection
Identifier: UAV001112
Abstract WDIV began as WWDT in March of 1947 as the first television station in Michigan and the sixth in the United States. It was owed by the Evening News Association which also owned the Detroit News newspaper and Detroit’s WWJ Radio. WWJ Radio was originally part of the National Broadcasting Company’s NBC Radio Network and is the reason why the current television station is still an NBC affiliate. In May of 1947, to match the radio station’s call letters, WWDT changed its call letters to WWJ. Less...
Dates: 1920-2011; Majority of material found within 1947 - 1978