60 minutes (Television program)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
George Crile, III, papers
The George Crile, III, papers, 1978-2005, includes research files, clippings, audio and video recordings from new stories produced for CBS News, CBS Reports, 60 Minutes, and 60 Minutes II. There is special emphasis on Crile’s research on the Afghan War and the development of his 2003 book, Charlie Wilson’s War.
Marion Goldin papers
The Marion Goldin papers, 1959-2014, consist of the professional papers and video tapes of the television news producer's work at the award-winning programs 60 Minutes, 20/20, and Frontline, including investigative journalism in a number of social and political topics. Also included are correspondence and working notes for projected stories and programs. Materials include a variety of formats such as U-Matic, VHS, U-Matic S, and Betamax tapes.
Christopher Martin papers
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.
Philip Scheffler papers
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.
Steven Singer papers
Joseph and Shirley Wershba papers
Husband and wife Joseph and Shirley Wershba were producers for CBS. Audio tapes, videocassettes, correspondence, transcripts, printed material, newspaper clippings, notes, scripts and drafts, photographs, motion picture film, press releases, research material, and ephemera document their careers
Palmer Williams collection
The Palmer Williams collection, 1945-1966, 1975-1994, documents Williams’s career in broadcast news with CBS and primarily reflects political issues, social issues, and events between 1951 and 1985. The collection consists of videocassettes, research material, broadcast transcripts, logs, program blue sheets, printed material, newspaper clippings, magazine articles, notes, correspondence, and a photograph.