Broadcasting Articles

Vintage Broadcasting Articles

anything but a box 1964 variety enclosures speakers vintage article
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​​​Original vintage article for ANYTHING BUT BOX.  Variety of enclosures for speakers that are not the conventional rectangular box.  Shown is The Quad electrostatic, KLH-9 electrostatic, Empire's Royal Grenadeir, Tri-Planar, Bozak Bard speaker for outdoor use, globe speakers flanking the Clairtone ensemble, Leonhardt LH-500, Acoustic's lampshade speaker,and Leonhardt LH-190. This unique old three page 1964 high fidelity stereo equipment component trade magazine article would display beautifully matted and framed.  It would make a nice accompaniment to your vintage stereo...

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profile 1973 benjamin lawson hooks fcc commissioner vintage article
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​​Original media vintage magazine article for PROFILE of Benjamin Lawson Hooks, FCC Commissioner.  He broke the color line, the first black to be name to the commission. He speaks eloquently of what he believes are broadcasters' failures to meet the needs of minorities.  But he would be reluctant to strip a license from a station for almost any reason. ​This 1973 unique old one page radio and television industry trade article would display beautifully matted and framed...

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profile 1973 burns nugent national assoc broadcasters vintage article
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​​Original media vintage magazine article for PROFILE of Burns Quarton Nugent, National Association of Broadcasters executive vice president, station relations.  The proper amount of seasoning for working for the NAB.  Served with the MT-TV Inc stations until they were sold to the Orion Broadcasting group, and with the Blackhawk stations.  In response to concern in Congress over the advertising of proprietary drugs, NAB was able to come up with guidelines and demonstrate that self-regulation can be effective, and they also took similar action when the so-called topless-radio controversy arose. ​This 1973 unique old one page radio and television industry trade article would display beautifully matted and framed...

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profile 1973 charles steinberg ampex corp audio video vintage article
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​​Original media vintage magazine article for PROFILE of Charles Allan Steinberg, Ampex Corporation vice president and general manager.  Strength of the audio video division lies in he worldwide acceptance of Ampex products. 76 out of the 90 video-tape recorders used by ABC and other foreign networks during the Olympic games were Ampex machines.  Why cover news with film and have to wait for processing the transfer to tape, when you can put it on tape initially and its is immediately available for broadcast. He also developed the broadcast-cartirdge machine. ​This 1973 unique old one page radio and television industry equipment  trade article would display beautifully matted and framed...

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profile 1973 clifford miner kirtland cox broadcasting vintage article
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​Original media vintage magazine article for PROFILE of Clifford Miner Kirtland, Jr, president of Cox Broadcasting Corporation in Atlanta, GA.  He is an ardent believer that CATB and free TV not only can co-exist and prosper but also should be complementary services.  And that includes pay cable.  He recognizes a need for operational rules that will not be overly advantageous to either industry. ​This 1973 unique old one page radio and television industry trade article would display beautifully matted and framed...

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profile 1973 dan rather cbs news white house media vintage article
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​Original media vintage magazine ad for PROFILE of Dan Irvin Rather.  CBS News White House correspondent and Saturday anchorman of the Evening News.  The lightning rod in White House hostility.  He has managed to anger the White House as much as any reporter who covers that establishment.  Former presidential assistant John Ehrlichman, over a breakfast with Richard Salant, once suggested that Mr. Rather be fired or transferred.  Then there was the meeting with Mr Ehrlichman and H. R. Haldeman in which he got a good going-over.  He makes no apologies for the reports that so upset some Republicans.  ​This 1973 unique old one page broadcasting station trade advertisement would display beautifully matted and framed...

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profile 1973 david thomas miller cbs television media vintage article
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​​Original media vintage magazine article for PROFILE of David Thomas Miller, CBS Television Stations president.  Organization man with a predilection for reading and studying philosophy.  He is responsible for the operations of the five CBS owned TV stations and the company's national representative firm CBS Television National Sales. ​This 1973 unique old one page radio and TV industry trade article would display beautifully matted and framed...

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profile 1973 dennis stanfill 20th century-fox film vintage article
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​​Original media vintage magazine article for PROFILE of Dennis Carothers Stanfill, 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation chairman and chief executive officer.  He put Fox back on its feet and has it ready to run.  He wants to acquire more TV and radio stations for the company's portfolio.  Fox owns KMSP-TV Minneapolis St. Paul.  For the new season MASH and Room 222 both renewed, the New Perry Mason Show and Roll Out are premiering.  Distributing Return to Peyton Place, Orson Welles great Mystery Theater. ​This 1973 unique old one page radio and television industry trade article would display beautifully matted and framed...

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profile 1973 edwin william pfeiffer wpri-tv broadcast vintage article
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​​Original broadcast vintage magazine article for PROFILE of Edwin William Pfeiffer, WPRI-TV vice president adn general manager, Providence, RI.  More than most, a man in the middle.  He enjoys the challenge of serving as chairman of the CBS-TV affiliates's board, but insists that he shouldn't be regarded as ex-offico spokesman for the affiliates.   He applied at WFAA-TV in Dallas and was accepted in 1961, and remained until 1967 when he signed on at WPRI.  He has station manager when President Kennedy was assassinated.  Covering that event was a whole lifetime's worth of experience compressed into the space for a few days, he says. ​This 1973 unique old one page radio and television industry trade article would display beautifully matted and framed...

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profile 1973 james adduci electronics industries assoc vintage article
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​​Original media vintage magazine article for PROFILE of James Adduci, Electronics Industries Association president, Washington.  At the head of a mammoth trade group of manufacturers doing a collective business of 30 billion dollars a year is a 53 year old Italian immigrant who never graduated from a college.  Jim arrived at the EIA by an unlikely route leading from an Italian village through the Pentagon.  EIA is constantly upgrading technical standards of broadcast equipment to keep pace with expanding technology.  A case in point is the set of standards for studio transmitter links for color television  EIA is currently revising them to include standards for point-to-point microwave and satellite links.  They have began to write standars for the interface between cable transmission systems and viewing devices for the material benefit of TV-set and cable-equipment manufacturers. ​This 1973 unique old one page radio and television industry trade artic..

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profile 1973 james jeffrey gabbert kioi fm radio media vintage article
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​​Original media vintage magazine article for PROFILE of James Jeffrey Gabbert,  KIOI FM radio station president, principal owner, San Francisco, CA.  What changed him from a rousing, almost fanatical exponent of FM broadcasting to the more subdued broadcaster today is probably the melding of many influences, not the least being the realization that despite the years of promises, FM is still not the complete answer to broadcasting.  ​This 1973 unique old one page radio and television industry trade article would display beautifully matted and framed...

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profile 1973 james killian corp public broadcasting vintage article
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​​Original media vintage magazine article for PROFILE of James Robert Killian Jr., Public Broadcasting chairman.  He arranged a compromise agreement between CPB and PBS, developments a long range funding proposal for the medium, strengthening of local stations independence, and the reaffirmation of public-affairs programing as an essential responsibility of public broadcasting. ​This 1973 unique old one page radio and television industry trade article would display beautifully matted and framed...

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