CS_00/CS_11. News Media History
Found in 272 Collections and/or Records:
The archive spans Adams' entire career as a photojournalist in the U.S. and abroad. It includes slides, negatives, prints, and audio and video materials, as well as personal calendars, field notes, assignment files, and tear sheets.
The Advertising Federation of America (AFA) Records, [ca. 1910-1970s], document the organization’s business proceedings and history and include meeting minutes, speeches, clippings files, correspondence, publications, conference information, and business records of the AFA and American Advertising Federation (AAF).
Videocassettes, financial records, correspondence, programming materials, articles of incorporation, and by-laws comprise the Alternative Views Video Collection (1978-1998), which documents the operations of the Austin, Texas, public affairs program.
An American Moment was a syndicated, three-times-a-week, ninety-second broadcast, presenting what CNN called "slices of Americana." Collection includes VHS videocassettes of series segments, segment summaries and transcripts, and related materials.
David C. Anson is an attorney in Tuscon, Arizona. In 1992 he received permission to videotape and take still photographs in various Texas prison units. Videotapes of Skyview Psychiatric Unit, Death House and Diagnotic units, prisoners Jerry Ray Bolden and Robert Excell White, and East Prison field work; black and white and color photographic documentation of Gatesville, Ferguson, Wynne State Farm, Goree, Eastham, Ellis I, The Walls, and Diagnostic units of the Texas Prison System.
Documenting Asinof’s writing career, the Eliot Asinof Papers, [ca. 1930s-2000s], comprise research notes, manuscripts and galleys, correspondence, photographs, printed materials, publicity and promotional items, film treatments, interview audiotapes, and videotapes of his speeches.
Newspaper and magazine clippings and nomination forms comprise the Austin American-Statesman Pulitzer Prize Nomination Scrapbooks, 1966-1977, documenting the 1966 sniper shootings on the University of Texas at Austin (UT) campus.
Austin Public Broadcasting Station, KLRU, produced this series about Austin’s history and featured interviews from notable personalities who called Austin home. Collection contains unedited field footage on Betacam videotapes for the KLRU series, “Austin Remember When.”