CS_00/CS_11. News Media History
Found in 273 Collections and/or Records:
Cain Foundation Family Documentary archive consists materials related to the film A Force for Good: Cain Foundation Family Documentary.
The background research material used by Ron Calhoun as a reporter and editor for the Dallas Times Herald compose the Ron Calhoun Papers, 1957-1990, which contains notes, correspondence, statistics, election returns, newspaper clippings, press releases, newsletters, and original newspaper morgue files from the Times Herald.
Comprised of correspondence, newspaper clippings, notes, photographs, and drawings, the John Edwin Canaday Papers, 1925-1985, document Canaday’s artistic and literary activities during the 1920s, while he worked for the Baker Hotels, Inc., and attended the University of Texas.
Radio scripts written and broadcast in German to Austria by Peggy Sanford for Voice of America focusing on American customs, life, and culture between 1949 and 1966.
The Steve Carlin Papers, 1943-1993, are comprised of several documents concerning his work on a number of television programs, including "The Rootie Kazootie Club," "The $64,000 Question," “The $64,000 Challenge,” “Science All-Stars,” “Happy the Humbug,” “Show Biz,” and “QVC.”
Scrapbooks, newspapers clippings, correspondence, certificates, and printed material compose the Katherine Pollard Carter Papers, 1921-1988, which illuminate her career in journalism and public relations, particularly Houston in the 1920s.
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.
Consisting of VHS tapes, transcripts, and a CD, the CBS-TV Oral History Project Records, 2003-2004, document Mike Conway’s research of the development of CBS News during the 1940s.
Comprised of newspapers and newsletters published in Texas, the Central America Collection, 1985-1991, documents research and shifting public opinion on Central American social, political, and economic issues.
Composed of approximately 200 typed and handwritten letters, the John R. Chamberlain Archive, 1923-1991, comprises correspondence between Chamberlain and many notable writers and business leaders, such as author Archibald MacLeish, journalist Dorothy Thompson, and Texaco president John K. McKinley documenting several political issues, including Watergate, federal aid to education, and the Eichmann trial. Additionally, the letters concern books and columns written by Chamberlain.