NAEB Newsletter

1943

Title:
NAEB Newsletter
Date:
1943
Author:
National Association of Educational Broadcasters
Publisher:
Wisconsin Historical Society
Volume:
NAEB Newsletter (December 01, 1943)
Language:
English
Collection:
Broadcasting & Recorded Sound
Format:
Periodicals
Contributor:
{"WHA (Radio/television station : Madison, Wis.)","WNAD (Radio Station : Norman, Oklahoma)","KFKU (Radio station : Lawrence, Kan.)","WKAR (Radio/television station : East Lansing, Mich.)","WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.)","Schooley, Frank E."}
Sponsor:
National Endowment for the Humanities
Coordinator:
Maryland Institute for Technlogy in the Humanities
Date Added:
2021-05-18T14:14:22.290Z
Description:
The official newsletter of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) -- the predecessor to NPR, PBS, the CPB. Led primarily by faculty and staff at large Midwestern universities, the NAEB envisioned uses of broadcasting to improve society and educate both children and adults. The newsletter chronicles the NAEB's activities in advocating to the FCC for educational stations to obtain greater access to the public airwaves, coordinating the distribution of educational recordings, and planning the production of ambitious programs, such as 'People Under Communism' and 'The Jeffersonian Heritage,' which starred Claude Rains as Thomas Jefferson. This newsletter was digitized as part of the 'Unlocking the Airwaves' project, a collaboration among the University of Maryland, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Wisconsin Historical Society, with funding from the NEH. -- Stephanie Sapienza & Eric Hoyt, 2019.