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WEDU, 908 South 20th Street, Tampa, Florida; R. Leroy Lastinger, General Manager.

University of South Florida and Florida ETV Commission Tampa, Florida ; Dr. G. C. Eichholez, Director, Div. of Educational Resources, (anticipated air date: Jan. 1966).

Georgia :

WGTV, Center for Continuing Education, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia ; Dr. William H. Hale, Acting Associate Director.

WETV, 740 Bismark Road, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia ; Haskell Boyter, Director & Station Manager.

WXGA, WVAN-TV, WJSP-TV, 2293 State Office Building, Atlanta, Georgia; 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 :

*Dept. of Educational Television, Office of Supt. of Public Instruction, State of Illinois, Springfield, Illinois ; Dr. Robert M. Schultz, Director.

WSIU-TV, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois; Buren C. Robbins, General Manager.

WTTW, 1761 E. Museum Drive, Chicago, Illinois; Dr. John W. Taylor, Executive Director.

Southern Illinois University, Olney, Illinois ; Buren C. Robbins, (anticipated air date : 1966).

WILL-TV, 227 Gregory Hall, Urbana, Illinois; Frank E. Schooley, Director of Broadcasting & Manager.

Indiana : WTIU, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana; George Johnson, (anticipated air date: Sept. 1966).

TV Unit, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana ; James Miles, Director, Radio-TV (First of 8 stations expected to be on air in late 1965). Iowa:

KDPS-TV, 1800 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa 50307; John A. Montgomery, Manager. Kansas :

Washburn University of Topeka, Topeka, Kansas; Gerald K. Barker, Director, ETV (Anticipated air date: Jan. 1966). Kentucky:

Kentucky Authority for ETV, 1220 So. Broadway, Lexington, Kentucky; 0. Leonard Press, Executive Director (first of 8 stations expected to be on air in Jan. 1966).

WFPK-TV, 2301 Clarendon Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky; Kenneth F. Lam, ETV Director. Louisiana :

WYES-TV, 916 Navarre Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70124; Arthur D. Cloud, Jr., General Manager. Maine:

WCBB, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine 04240; Elmore B. Lyford, Executive Director.

WMED-TV, WMEM-TV, WMEB, Alumni Hall, University of Maine, Orono, Maine 04473; John W. Dunlop, General Manager. Massachusetts :

WGBH-TV, 125 Western Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02134; Hartford N. Gunn, Jr., General Manager. Michigan :

WTVS, 5035 Woodward, Detroit, Michigan 48202 ; Dr. Paul B. Rickard, Acting Manager.

WMSB, 600 Kalamazoo Street, East Lansing, Michigan 48823; Colby Lewis, Acting Station Manager.

WCMU, Special Studies, Bldg., S-4, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan; Charles B. Park, TV Director (anticipated air date: Spring, 1966).

WUCM, Delta College, University Center, Michigan; William J. Ballard. Minnesota :

WDSE-TV, Duluth-Superior Area ETV Corp., 406 Bradley Building, Duluth, Minnesota; George A. Beck, President.

70-373—674 -11

KTCA, KTCI, 1640 Como Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota 55108; Dr. John C. Schwarzwalder, General Manager. Missouri:

KCSD-TV, Board of Education Building, 1211 McGee Street, Kansas City, Missouri 64106; Zoel J. Parentau, Program Director.

KETC, 6996 Millbrook Road, St. Louis, Missouri 63130 ; Robert J. Nissen, Acting General Manager. Nebraska :

KUON-TV, University of Nebraska, 12th and R Streets, Lincoln, Nebraska ; Jack G. McBride, General Manager.

Nebraska ETV Commission, Lexington, Nebraska; (Lexington is first of 6 stations expected to be on air in late 1965, next station in Omaha). New Hampshire:

WENH-TV, Box Z, Durham, New Hampshire; Keith J. Nighbert, Manager. New Mexico:

KNME-TV, 1801 Roma, N. E., Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106; Dr. F. Claude Hempen, Manager. New York:

*University of the State of New York, State Education Department, Albany, New York; Lee Campion.

WNED-TV, Lafayette Hotel, Buffalo, New York 14203; Leslie C. Martin, General Manager.

WNDT, 304 West 58th Street, New York, New York; John W. Kiermaier, President.

WNYC-TV, 2500 Municipal Building, New York, New York; Seymour N. Siegel, Director.

WMHT, P. O. Box 17, Schenectady, New York; Donald E. Schein, Manager.

WHTV, ETV Council of State of N. Y., Syracuse, New York, Thomas Petry, Director (Anticipated Air Date: Early 1966).

North Carolina :

WUNC-TV, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina; John E. Young, Director of Television.

WTVI, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, 42 Coliseum Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina ; Miss Dona Lee Davenport, Director. (Anticipated air date: Sept. 1965).

North Dakota: KFME, Box 6, Fargo, North Dakota; Dr. Clair R. Tettemer, General Manager.

Ohio:

*Ohio ETV Network Commission, 21 West Broad Street, 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, 2222 Chickasaw Street, Cincinnati, Ohio; Uberto T. Neely, General Manager.

WVIZ, ETV Assn. of Metro Cleveland, 4600 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio; Alan Stephenson.

WOSU-TV, Telecommunications Center, 2470 North Star Road, Columbus, Ohio; Richard B. Hull, Executive Director.

WGSF, Newark Public Schools, 9–19 North Fifth Street, Newark, Ohio; E. Dana Cox, Jr., General Manager.

WMUB-TV, Miami University, Oak at Spring Street, Oxford, Ohio; Dr. Stephen C. Hathaway, Director of Broadcasting.

WGTE-TV, Manhattan Boulevard at Elm, Toledo, Ohio; Harry D. Lamb, General Manager.

Oklahoma :

KETA-TV, KOED-TV, Box 2005, Norman, Oklahoma; John W. Dunn, Director.

KOKH-TV, 1801 North Ellison, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Dr. Mervel Lunn, Director of Television.

Oregon: KOAC-TV, KOAP-TV, Covell Hall, Oregon State College, Corvallis, Oregon; Dr. Luke F. Lamb, Director of Educational Media. Pennsylvania :

*Dept. of Public Instruction, State Board of Education, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania ; Dr. Marcus Konick, Director.

Lehigh Valley ETV Corp., 230 West Packer Avenue, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Sheldon P. Siegel, General Manager. (Anticipated air date: Sept. 1965).

WITF-TV, South Central Educational Broadcasting Council, Box Z, Hershey, Pennsylvania ; Lloyd Kaiser, General Manager.

WHYY-TV, WUHY-TV, 4548 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ; Warren A. Kraetzer, Executive Vice President & General Manager.

WQEX, WQED, 4337 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213; Donald V. Taverner, President.

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

Northeastern Pennsylvania ETV Assn., 81-83 North Washington Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pennyslvania; Walter C. Wood, President (Anticipated air date: 1966).

Puerto Rico : WIPR-TV, WIPM-TV, P. O. Box 909, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico; Jack Delano, General Manager.

South Carolina: WNTV, WITV, 2712 Millwood Avenue, Columbia, South Carolina; R. Lynn Kalmbach, General Manager.

South Dakota : KUSD-TV, Union Building, Univ. of S. Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota ; Martin P. Busch, Director.

Tennessee:

WKNO-TV, Box 642, Memphis State Univ., Memphis, Tennessee; Howard D. Holst, Manager.

WDCN-TV, P. O. Box 6188, Acklen Station, Nashville, Tennessee; Robert Glazier, General Manager.

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

Texas:

KLRN, P. O. Box 7158, University Station, Austin, Texas; Robert F. Schenkkan, General Manager.

KERA-TV, 3000 Harry Hines Boulevard, Dallas, Texas; Ray Huffer, Station Manager.

KUHT, 4513 Cullen Boulevard, Houston, Texas; Roy E. Barthold, Station Manager.

KTXT-TV, Box 4408, Tech Station, Lubbock, Texas; D.M. McElroy, Director of ETV.

KRET-TV, 400 South Greenville, Richardson, Texas; Thomas B. Hill, Director. Utah :

KUSU-TV, 745 North 12th East, Utah State University, Logan, Utah; Dr. Burrell F. Hansen, General Manager.

KOET, 1538 Gibson Avenue, Ogden, Utah; Harold Hickman, General Manager.

KWCS-TV, 1122 Washington Boulevard, Ogden, Utah; Ben Van Shaar, Manager & Director. KBYU-TV, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah; T. M. Williams, Director.

KUED, 101 Music Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah; Rex Campbell, Director of Radio-TV Services.

Virginia :

*Virginia Adivsory Council on ETV, P. O. Box 1423, Richmond, Virginia ; D. V. Chapman, Jr.

Shenandoah Valley ETV Corp., 153 So. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia ; Arthur Hamilton (Anticipated air date: 1966).

WHRO-TV, 5200 Hampton Boulevard, Norfolk, Virginia; Randolph Brent, Station Manager.

WCVE, Central Virginia ETV Corp., 1904 Old Farm Road, Richmond, Virginia; B. W. Spiller, General Manager.

Vermont: University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont; R. V. Phillips, Director (expects to bave first of four stations on air in early 1966).

Washington:

KWSC-TV, Arts Hall, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington ; Robert A. Mott, Manager, Radio-TV Services.

KCTS-TV, Drama-TV Building, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington; Loren B. Stone, Station Manager.

Spokane School District, West 825 Trent Avenue, Spokane, Washington; Wile liam Sorenson, Superintendent (anticipated air date: Late 1965).

KPEC-TV, 4500 Steilacoom Boulevard, Tacoma, Washington; J. Albert Brevik, Director, Television Education.

KTPS-TV, P.O. Box 1357, Tacoma, Washington; Robert P. Slingland, Director, Television Education.

KYVE-TV, Administration Building, School Dist. #7, Yakima, Washington ; M. L. Martin, Manager.

Wisconsin:

WHA-TV, University of Wisconsin, 3313 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin; H. B. McCarthy, Director of Division of Radio-TV Education.

WMVS-TV & WMVT, 1015 North Sixth Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Dr. Otto F. Schlaak, Station Manager.

Wyoming: Natrona County High School, Casper, Wyoming; 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), 575 Technology Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts ; Donald Quayle, Executive Director.

Midwestern Educational Television, 1640 Como Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota ; Chris Donaldson (MET).

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

WEEK

MONDAY

8:55 Morning News Summary : Primarily for school “homerooms” and first hour classes.

9:00 United States 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: 9th 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 : 8th grade level. Basic resource for approximately 9,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

11:00 Creative Person: Net.
11:30 Spectrum/Science Reporter: Net.

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: 9th grade level. Basic resource for approximately 5,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

6:00 News: A 15-minute summary. (See 12:30.)
6:15 Aspect: A rebroadcast of the 12:00 farm and home program.

6:45 The Friendly Giant (Net): For children, ages three through six. Stories, poems, playlets.

7:00 What's New (Net): For children, ages seven through twelve. Adventure, history, science, etc.

7:30 Public Affairs: Net.

8:30 Encounter: Discussion program, one 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

8:55 Morning News Summary : Primarily for school “homerooms” and first hour classes.

9:00 United States History: 11th grade level. Five days a week. Basic re source for approximately 10,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

9:30 Physical Science: 9th 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 : 8th 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.

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 school. Covers the gamut from space ships to sea shells.

2:15 Geography: 9th 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 three through six. Stories, poems, playlets.

7:00 What's New (Net): For children, ages seven through twelve. 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 two semester hours of credit.

WEDNESDAY

8:55 Morning News Summary ; Primarily for school "homerooms” and first hour classes.

9:00 United States 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: 9th 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: 8th 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.

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: 9th grade level. Basic resource for approximately 5,000 students. Produced under contract with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

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