Television broadcasting of news
Found in 14 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.
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.
Correspondence, news reports, financial records, publications, transcripts, photographs, audio and videocassettes, 16 mm motion picture film, newspaper clippings, and an FBI File comprise the Harry Reasoner Papers, 1944-1999, documenting his career as an American journalist and author.
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 Howard Stringer papers are comprised of the records of the executive who was former president of CBS News and CBS, Inc., founder of TELE-TV, as well as CEO of Sony and non-executive director of the BBC.