Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
The Chester Burger Papers, 1921-2010, are comprised of scrapbooks, day timers, calendars, printed material, notes, videotapes, audiocassettes, and CD and DVD recordings, which document the life and career of Chester Burger.
Correspondence, printed material, scripts, notes, reports, audio tapes, photographs, speeches, and scrapbooks document the life and career of Henry R. Cassirer, particularly his work as a CBS executive in the 1940s and his long association with UNESCO.
The CBS and ABC Television Networks Publicity Release Collection consists of more than 2,000 press releases and memoranda sent from the national offices of CBS and ABC television from 1955-1956, including schedules, corrections, staff biographies, information on sporting events, beauty pageants, coverage of the presidential election, and material on more than 160 Television shows.
The John Henry Faulk Papers, 1881, 1936-2010, document Faulk's career in literary and broadcast media, as well as his activities in politics, humanitarian concerns, and civil liberties, particularly his successful libel suit after having been blacklisted for alleged Communist associations.
The Christopher Martin Papers, 1996-2004, consist of reporter’s notebooks dating from his time spent as a producer for CBS news. The collection also includes VHS and Betacam SP tapes of CBS news programs which he produced, as well as photographs relating to his work as a producer.
The Jay McMullen Papers are comprised of production files, research files, audio and visual materials, teaching materials, and research material for a Columbia University oral history project on CBS and investigative journalism. The collection documents McMullen’s career as a U. S. Army correspondent, CBS Radio reporter, and CBS News producer. The bulk of the collection documents McMullen’s twenty-nine year career with CBS News.
Literary productions, research materials, speeches, correspondence, newspaper clippings, business records, audio and video tapes, photographs, books, and motion picture films comprise the Sig Mickelson Papers, 1925-2005.
The Morley Safer Papers, 1945 to 2019, are comprised of 124 feet and 8 gigabytes of news scripts, research files, correspondence, photographs, manuscripts, and videos documenting Morley Safer’s journalistic career, including reporting for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS).
The Philip Scheffler Papers span 1955-2004, and contain research and editing records, such as interview transcripts, show scripts, expense itemizations, and professional correspondence for news broadcasts and documentaries Scheffler produced for the CBS Corporation.
Scripts, transcripts, notes, correspondence, clippings, ephemera, photographic material, sound recordings, and artifacts comprise the Robert Trout papers, 1930-2003, documenting Trout's career in network broadcasting.
- Broadcast journalism 7
- United States 6
- Television broadcasting of news 4
- Journalists 2
- Television producers and directors 2
- World War (1939-1945) 2
- African Americans--Social life and customs 1
- Anti-communist movements 1
- Antinuclear movement 1
- Blacklisting of entertainers 1
- Broadcast journalism--Study and teaching 1
- Broadcasting--Management 1
- Collective bargaining 1
- Diplomacy 1
- Documentary film 1
- Entertainers 1
- Freedom of information 1
- Freedom of the press 1
- Investigative reporting 1
- Law 1
- Liberty 1
- Middle East 1
- New York (State)--New York 1
- Political conventions 1
- Politics and government 1
- Politics and government--Humor 1
- Presidents--Inauguration 1
- Public relations consultants 1
- Radio broadcasting 1
- Radio broadcasting--Archival resources 1
- Radio journalism 1
- Reporters and reporting 1
- Strip mining 1
- Strip mining--Law and legislation 1
- Telecommunication--Law and legislation 1
- Telephone 1
- Television in politics 1
- Television journalists 1
- Television news anchors 1
- Texas 1
- Texas--Austin 1
- Texas--Grimes County 1
- Texas--Trinity River 1
- Vietnam War (1961-1975) 1
- Water resources development 1 ∧ less