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Georgia:

WGTV, Center for Continuing Education, University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. Dr. William H. Hale, acting associate director.

WETV, Atlanta, Ga. Haskell Boyter, director and station manager.

WXGA, WVAN-TV, WJSP-TV, Atlanta, Ga. Lee Franks, director, educational television.

Hawaii Communications Center, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii. Robert M. Reed, associate director. (Expects to have first station on air in early 1966.)

Idaho University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho. Gordon Law. (Anticipated air date: June 1965.)

Illinois:

Department of Educational Television,1 Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, State of Illinois, Springfield, Ill. Dr. Robert M. Schultz, director.

WSIU-TV, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Ill. Buren C. Robbins, general manager. WTTW, Chicago, Ill.

Dr. John W. Taylor, executive director. Southern Illinois University, Olney, Ill. Buren C. Robbins. (Anticipated air date: 1966.)

WILL-TV, Urbana, Ill. Frank E. Schooley, director of broadcasting and manager.

Indiana:

WTIU, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. George Johnson. (Anticipated air date: September 1966.)

TV Unit, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind.

James Miles, director,

radio-TV. (First of eight stations expected to be on air in late 1965.) Iowa: KDPS-TV, Des Moines, Iowa. John A. Montgomery, manager. Kansas: Washburn University of Topeka, Topeka, Kans. Gerald K. Barker, director, ETV. (Anticipated air date: January 1966.) Kentucky:

Kentucky Authority for ETV, Lexington, Ky. O. Leonard Press, executive director. (First of eight stations expected to be on air in January 1966.) WFPK-TV, Louisville, Ky. Kenneth F. Lam, ETV director.

Louisiana WYES-TV, New Orleans, La. Arthur D. Cloud, Jr., general manager. Maine:

WCBB, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Elmore B. Lyford, executive director.

WMED-TV, WMEM-TV, WMEB, University of Maine, Orono, Maine. John W. Dunlop, general manager.

Massachusetts: WGBH-TV, Cambridge, Mass. Hartford N. Gunn, Jr., general manager.

Michigan:

WTVS, Detroit, Mich. Dr. Paul B. Rickard, acting manager.

WMSB, East Lansing, Mich. Colby Lewis, acting station manager.

WCMU, Special Studies, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Mich. Charles B. Park, TV director. (Anticipated air date, spring 1966.) WUCM, Delta College, University Center, Mich. William J. Ballard. Minnesota :

WDSE-TV, Duluth-Superior Area ETV Corp., Duluth, Minn. George A. Beck, president.

KTCA, KTCI, St. Paul, Minn. Dr. John C. Schwarzwalder, general manager. Missouri:

KCSD-TV, Kansas City, Mo. Zoel J. Parentau, program director. KETC, St. Louis, Mo. Robert J. Nissen, acting general manager. Nebraska :

KUON-TV, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. Jack G. McBride, general manager.

Nebraska ETV Commission, Lexington, Nebr. (Lexington is first of six stations expected to be on air in late 1965, next station in Omaha.) New Hampshire: WENH-TV, Durham, N.H. Keith J. Nighbert, manager. New Mexico: KNME-TV, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Dr. F. Claude Hempen.

manager.

New York:

Leslie C. Martin, general manager.
John W. Kiermaier, president.

University of the State of New York,' State Education Department, Albany,
N.Y. Lee Campion.
WNED-TV, Buffalo, N.Y.
WNDT, New York, N.Y.
WNYC-TV, New York, N.Y.
WMHT, Schenectady, N.Y.

Seymour N. Siegel, director.
Donald E. Schein, manager.

WHTV, ETV Council of State of New York, Syracuse, N.Y.
director. (Anticipated air date: early 1966.)

North Carolina :

Thomas Petry,

WUNC-TV, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. John E.
Yound, director of television.

WTVI, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Charlotte, N.C. Miss Dona Lee
Davenport, director. (Anticipated air date: September 1965.)
North Dakota : KFME, Fargo, N. Dak. Dr. Clair R. Tettemer, general manager.

Ohio:

Ohio ETV Network Commission,' Columbus, Ohio. E. H. Gillis, executive secretary.

WOUB-TV, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. Dr. Presley D. Holmes, general
manager.

WBGU-TV, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. Dr.
Duane E. Tucker, general manager.

WCET, Cincinnati, Ohio. Uberto T. Neely, general manager.

WVIZ, ETV Association of Metro Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio. Alan
Stephenson.

WOSU-TV, Telecommunications Center, Columbus, Ohio. Richard B. Hull,
executive director.

WGSF, Newark Public Schools, Newark, Ohio. E. Dana Cox, Jr., general manager.

WMUB-TV, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Dr. Stephen C. Hathaway, director of broadcasting.

WGTE-TV, Toledo, Ohio. Harry D. Lamb, general manager.

Oklahoma:

KETA-TV, KOED-TV, Norman, Okla. John W. Dunn, director. KOKH-TV, Oklahoma City, Okla. Dr. Mervel Lunn, director of television. Oregon: KOAC-TV, KOAP-TV, Oregon State College, Corvallis, Oreg. F. Lamb, director of educational media.

Pennsylvania:

Dr. Luke

Department of Public Instruction,' State Board of Education, Harrisburg,
Pa. Dr. Marcus Konick, director.

Lehigh Valley ETV Corp., Bethlehem, Pa. Sheldon P. Siegel, general man-
ager. (Anticipated air date: September 1965.)

WITF-TV, South Central Educational Broadcasting Council, Hershey, Pa.
Lloyd Kaiser, general manager.

WHYY-TV, WUHY-TV, Philadelphia, Pa. Warren A. Kraetzer, executive
vice president and general manager.

WQEX, WQED, Pittsburgh, Pa. Donald V. Taverner, president.

WPSX-TV, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa. Marlowe
Froke.

Northeastern Pennsylvania ETV Association, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Walter C.
Wood, president. (Anticipated air date: 1966.)

Puerto Rico: WIPR-TV, WIPM-TV, Hato Rey, P.R. Jack Delano, general manager.

South Carolina: WNTV, WITV, Columbia, S.C. R. Lynn Kalmbach, general

manager.

South Dakota: KUSD-TV, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, S. Dak. Martin P. Busch, director.

Tennessee:

WKNO-TV, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tenn.

manager.

Howard D. Holst,

WDCN-TV, Nashville, Tenn. Robert Glazier, general manager.

State Board of Education, Sneedville, Tenn. Chester Hill. (Anticipated air date: 1966.)

Texas:

Robert F. Schenkkan, general manager.
Ray Huffer, station manager.
Roy E. Barthold, station manager.
D. M. McElroy, director of ETV.
Thomas B. Hill, director.

KLRN, Austin, Tex.
KERA-TV, Dallas, Tex.
KUHT, Houston, Tex.
KTXT-TV, Lubbock, Tex.
KRET-TV, Richardson, Tex.

Utah:

KUSU-TV, Utah State University, Logan, Utah. Dr. Burrell R. Hansen, general manager.

KÕET, Ogden, Utah.

Harold Hickman, general manager.

KWCS-TV, Ogden, Utah. Ben Van Shaar, manager and director.

KBYU-TV, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. T. M. Williams, director.

KUED, Salt Lake City, Utah. Rex Campbell, director of radio-TV services. Virginia :

(An

Virginia Advisory Council on ETV, Richmond, Va. D. V. Chapman, Jr. Shenandoah Valley ETV Corp., Harrisonburg, Va. Arthur Hamilton. ticipated air date: 1966.)

WHRO-TV, Norfolk, Va.

Randolph Brent, station manager.

WCVE, Central Virginia ETV Corp., Richmond, Va. B. W. Spiller, general

manager.

Vermont: University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. R. V. Phillips, director. (Expects to have first of four stations on air in early 1966.)

Washington:

KWSC-TV, Washington State University, Pullman, Wash. Robert A. Mott, manager, radio-TV services.

KCTS-TV, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash. Loren B. Stone, station manager.

Spokane School District, Spokane, Wash. William Sorenson, superintend ent. (Anticipated air date: late 1965.)

KPEC-TV, Tacoma, Wash. J. Albert Brevik, director, television education. KTPS-TV, Tacoma, Wash. Robert P. Slingland, director, television educa

tion.

KYVE-TV, Yakima, Wash. M. L. Martin, manager. Wisconsin:

WHA-TV, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. H. B. McCarty, director of division of radio-TV education.

WMVS-TV and WMVT, Milwaukee, Wis. Dr. Otto F. Schlaak, station manager.

Wyoming: Natrona County High School, Casper, Wyo. Maurice Griffith, superintendent. (Anticipated air date: early 1966.)

American Samoa: Department of Education, ETV, Government of American
Samoa, Pago Pago, American Samoa. Blair L. MacKenzie, director.
Regional networks:

Eastern Educational Network (EEN), Cambridge, Mass. Donald Quayle, executive director.

Midwestern Educational Television (MET), St. Paul, Minn. Chris Donald

son

1 Denotes commissions or advisory groups concerned with statewide educational television. Source: Prepared by Educational Television Stations (ETS), a division of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters, Washington, D.C.

EXHIBIT C

WUNC-TV, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, SUMMARY SCHEDULE OF A TYPICAL WEEK

MONDAY MORNING

8:55 Morning news summary: Primarily for school "homerooms" and first hour classes.

9:00 U.S. history: 11th grade level. Five days a week. Basic resource for approximately 10,000 students. Produced under contract with North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

9:30 Physical science: Ninth grade level.

Basic resource for approximately 12,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

10:00 World history: 10th grade level. Basic resource for approximately 7,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

10:30 Mathematics: Eighth grade level. Basic resource for approximately 9,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

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12:00 Aspect: In cooperation with the Agricultural Extension Service. Keeps farmers and homemakers abreast of current developments of interest to them. 12:30 Midday news: 15 minutes rounding out the noon "service hour." Source: Associated Press broadcast wire and press releases.

2:15 Geography: Ninth grade level. Basic resource for approximately 5,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

6:00

6:15

6:45

News: A 15-minute summary. (See 12:30.)

Aspect: A rebroadcast of the 12:00 farm and home program.

The Friendly Giant (NET): For children, ages 3 through 6. Stories, poems, playlets.

7:00 What's New (NET): For children, ages 7 through 12. Adventure, history, science, etc.

7:30 Public Affairs (NET).

8:30 Encounter: Discussion program, 1 hour. Local and national authorities. Topics such as: "Medicare," "North Carolina Court Reform," "The Law and the Indigent." "The Population Explosion," "Problems of the Aging," "The Status of Women," "Alcoholism," etc.

TUESDAY MORNING

8:55 Morning news summary: Primarily for school "homerooms" and first hour classes.

9:00 U.S. history; 11th grade level. Five days a week. Basic resource for approximately 10,000 students. Produced under contract with North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

9:30 Physical science: Ninth grade level. Basic resource for approximately 12,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

10:00 World history: 10th grade level. Basic resource for approximately 7,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

10:30 Mathematics: Eighth grade level. Basic resource for approximately 9,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

11:00 Public Affairs (NET).

TUESDAY AFTERNOON

12:00 Aspect: In cooperation with the Agricultural Extension Service. Keeps farmers and homemakers abreast of current developments of interest to them.

12:30 Midday news: 15 minutes rounding out the noon "service hour." Source:

Associated Press broadcast wire and press releases.

12:45 Lip reading: For the deaf and friends of the deaf to help develop the skill of lip reading through demonstration and practice.

1:45 Science and nature: A weekly enrichment program for junior and senior high schools. Covers the gamut from spaceships to seashells.

2:15 Geography: Ninth grade level. Basic resource for approximately 5,000 students. Produced under contract with the Department of Public Instruction.

3:30 Parlons Francais teacher's program: An in-service program to prepare classroom teachers for the next day's in-school lesson.

5:30 Young People's Corner: Events, information for the junior high school level.

6:00 News: A 15-minute summary. (See 12:30.)

6:15

Legislative Report: Discussions and interviews with members of the
North Carolina State Legislature.

6:45 The Friendly Giant (NET): For children, ages 3 through 6. Stories, poems, playlets.

7:00 What's New (NET): For children, ages 7 through 12. Adventure, history, science, etc.

7:30 The Creative Person (NET).

8:00 The French Chef (NET).

8:30 Landscaping Your Home: Renters and homeowners are helped in solving their landscaping problems.

9:00 Science and Engineering Television Journal (NET).

9:30 College Credit Course: History 599, political and social history of North Carolina to 1835. Carries 2 semester hours of credit.

WEDNESDAY MORNING

8:55 Morning news summary: Primarily for school "homerooms" and first hour classes.

9:00 U.S. history: 11th grade level. Five days a week. Basic resource for approximately 10,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

9:30 Physical science: Ninth grade level. Basic resource for approximately 12,000 students. Produced under contract with the Department of

Public Instruction.

10:00 World history: 10th grade level. Basic resource for approximately 7,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. 10:30 Mathematics: Eighth grade level. Basic resource for approximately 9,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

11:00 Parlons Francais (NET): Instruction in spoken French for three primary levels.

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON

12:00 Aspect: In cooperation with the Agricultural Extension Service. Keeps farmers and homemakers abreast of current developments of interest to them.

12:30 Midday news: 15 minutes rounding out the noon "service hour." Source: Associated Press broadcast wire and press releases.

1:30 Music in the Air: A weekly enrichment program for primary grade music classes.

2:15 Geography: Ninth grade level. Basic resource for approximately 5,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

2:45 Science and Nature: A weekly enrichment program for junior and senior high school. Covers the gamut from spaceships to seashells.

3:30 Methods for Modern Teachers: An in-service series produced in cooperation with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and the School of Education.

4:45 Lip reading: For the deaf and friends of the deaf to help develop the skill of lip reading through demonstration and practice.

5:00 College Credit Course: First year algebra. Carries 3 semester hours credit.

6:00 News: A 15-minute summary. (See 12:30.)

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