Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
The John Burnett papers are comprised of investigations, interviews, and news articles conducted by Burnett during his time as a roving Southwest reporter and war correspondent for National Public Radio (NPR). These stories cover a span of over 30 years, documenting topics ranging from Mexican drug cartels to the U.S. war on drugs to the 2013 Iraq War. Additionally, the collection contains cassette tapes and transcripts of interviews taken by Burnett.
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.
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 Les Midgley Papers, 1936-2002, contain correspondence, memoranda, articles, scripts, drafts, financial and legal documents, and research files, which illuminate the newspaper and television news career of Les Midgley.
The Alison Owings Papers, 1969-2009, document Owings career as a news writer, and are comprised of correspondence, memorandums, news story ideas, transcripts, newspaper clippings, memorial programs and court documents.
The Neal Rosenau Papers (1978-1987) consist of Betamax and U-matic videocassettes of news segments and specials covering several major news stories of the 1970s and 1980s, including the eruption of Mt. St. Helens and housing shortages in New York City. The collection also includes news scripts from WCBS New York dating from 1986 to 1987.