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Guide to the Radio-Television News Directors Association Records

Collection Overview

Date Span: 1946-2011
Creator: Radio-Television News Directors Association
Extent: 300.00 linear feet.
Collection Number: MSC0490
Repository: University of Iowa Special Collections
Summary: Correspondence, minutes of the board of directors, conventionreports, financial records, committee files, copies of thepublication RTNDA Bulletin, membership files, audiotapes, videotapes, and other papers.

Alternate Extent Statement: Photographs: Boxes 82; 84; 86; 100; 115; 132; Oversized folders; Audio and Video throughout.

Access: This collection is open for research.

Use: Copyright restrictions may apply; please consult Special Collections staff for further information.

Acquisition: The core of this collection was donated to the University of Iowa Libraries by Ernest Schulz in 1981. RTNDA continues to send records periodically

Preferred Citation: Records of the Radio-Television News Directors Association, The University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Repository: University of Iowa Special Collections
Address: Special Collections Department
University of Iowa Libraries
Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 319-335-5921
Curator: Greg Prickman
Email: lib-spec@uiowa.edu
Website: http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/sc

THE FORMATIVE YEARS AN HISTORICAL REVIEW OF THE RADIO-TELEVISION NEWS DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION, 1946 -- 1957
 
 
FOREWORD
During 1956 when Harold Baker was President, he persuaded me to undertake an historical review of the Association from its formation. It is with a great deal of pride and pleasure that I submit herewith the results of that effort.
The writer claims little, if any, credit for the excellent job that has been done in preparing this review. Virtually all of the credit rightfully belongs to Miss Mickie Newbill, Radio Program Director, School of Journalism and Communications, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. When Miss Newbill was contacted about the possibility of undertaking such a project, she very readily expressed her willingness to do it, and our entire Association owes her a very great debt of gratitude for the excellent job she has done. You will find in these comparatively few pages a complete resume of the Association's work and progress since that October weekend of 1946 when some 65 of us gathered in Cleveland, Ohio to organize this Association.
I also am grateful to all of you who in many ways have contributed material and advice in compiling this review.
F.0. Carver, Jr., WSJS, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Editorial Supervisor
Miss Mickie Newbill, School of journalism and Communications, University of Florida, Research and Editorial Writing
 
 
THE FORMATIVE YEARS
In little more than a decade, the Radio-Television News Directors Association has grown from a membership of 65 to a membership of several hundred, has changed its name twice, has received international recognition, and has made its voice heard in several campaigns for the radio and television profession. This is the story of the Association's growth and impact.
 
 
THE ASSOCIATION IS FORMED
In the summer of 1946, John Hogan (WCSH, Portland, Maine) began sending letters to radio newsmen across the country. He said that newsmen had proposed a national association of radio newsmen and that a meeting for the organization's formation was suggested for the autumn of 1946.
 
In late October, 65 newsmen from many parts of the country met at the Allerton Hotel in Cleveland. In just three days, the Constitution Committee, chairmanned by John Murphy (WCKY, Cincinnati) wrote a constitution. And the newsmen present gave the organization its first name and elected the first officers. These 65 men were charter members of the National Association of Radio News Editors. The first president was John Hogan, who set as the general aim of NARNE, the improvement of radio news presentation.
Decisions facing the 1946 convention involved eligibility for membership, methods of electing officers, and objectives of the organization. The Association got its first name change at this convention; because most heads of radio news departments were called "directors" or "managers", the name was changed to the National Association of Radio News Directors. At the convention, NARND went on record as believing "that locally originated news should be gathered, written, and presented by station personnel trained in news writing and evaluation; that this news should be written and presented accurately and without bias, to inform as many as possible, and should remain within the bounds of good taste; that the autonomy of the news director and his news department in the radio station should be recognized; that the news director should be directly responsible only to his journalistic principles and ideals, and to the general manager of the station."
 
Committees were set up for Awards and Education. A Membership Committee was established to decide "how to handle candidates for membership," and a Board of Directors was appointed. The first Directors were John Hogan, John Murphy, Jack Shelley (WHO, Des Moines), Jack Krueger (WTMJ, Milwaukee), Tom Eaton (WTIC, Hartford), Bob Mahoney (KWKH, Shreveport), Les Ford (WGR, Buffalo), Soren Munkhof (WOW, Omaha), Ben Chatfield (WMAZ, Macon), Sig Mickelson (WCCO, Minneapolis), Milo Knutson (KFBI, Wichita), and Dave Kessler (WHAM, Rochester). Officers were John Hogan, President, Sig Mickelson, First Vice-President, Jack Shelley, Second Vice-President, John Murphy, Treasurer, and Edward Wallace (WTAM, Cleveland) Executive Secretary.
 
At this first convention, members heard panels on "Writing and Building News Broadcasts," "Personnel Problems, Newsroom Management, and Organization," "Special Events Techniques Employed in News Broadcasts," "Shall We Editorialize on the Air?, "News Gathering and Coverage," and "Contributions of Press Associations to Radio News Broadcasts."
 
Some of NARND's early problems, according to Jack Shelley's 1955 Convention Keynote Address, were, "a suspicion on the part of management that some sort of union was in the making, doubts that such an organization could become permanent since a previous effort had failed, lack of understanding why voting membership was restricted to news directors, fear that it would become dominated by the network and that officers would be elected on a popularity contest basis, and feelings that the microscopic size of the group in relation to the stations it claimed to represent would make it ineffective."
 
In April, 1947, the 76 (by then) members of the organization received the first NARND BULLETIN, seven mimeographed pages. The BULLETIN'S purpose was, according to Ed Wallace, "to try and keep up a steady exchange of information about what our stations are doing, what kind of new techniques and experimental approaches to the news we are employing. Also, personal information about our members and their staffs." At a spring meeting in Columbus, the Board of Directors inaugurated a membership drive, endorsed "full and equal recognition" for recording equipment in all public proceedings and news conferences, urged "that radio be given free and equal access to all sources of news," and adopted five expositions as to why radio newsmen should become members of NARND:
 
1. Some organization is needed to help radio consolidate the position it won through its fine reporting of the Second World War, by becoming what might be described as a "steering committee" for radio news broadcasting.
2. It offers radio news men membership in a professional society, thus establishing their position as a special and responsible segment of the industry.
3. An association offers a clearing house for information.
4. It should help news departments win greater recognition as an important and responsible phase of a station's operation, a phase requiring competent personnel.
5. An organization will help radio in its battle for equal access to news sources.
The resolution concerning recognition for recording equipment was bearing fruit by August. Paul Ziemer of WKBH in La Crosse, Wisconsin, could report that the NARND action helped his station's wire recorder gain access to a city council meeting.
 
NARND filed an official protest against the White Bill, legislation that would force news broadcasts to identify sources of information. According to the BULLETIN, that protest helped postpone action on the measure.
 
 
THE 1947 CONVENTION
After receiving invitations from 14 cities, NARND decided to hold its 1947 convention in Washington, D. C. on November 13, 14, and 15. The convention adopted a code of standards, accepted a resolution on equal access, asked for "proper identification on the air of persons reading news," endorsed the Voice of America, and recommended that NARND make awards for outstanding news coverage. All the 1947 officers would continue through convention time in 1948. The number of committees enlarged that year to include committees on Awards, Education, Membership, Publicity, Standards, and Small Stations.
Convention panels concerned the following topics: "Use of the Wire Recorder in News Broadcasts," "Cultivation of Local News Sources," and "Gadgets and Gimmicks, Newsroom Time Savers." Convention goers heard talks on "Facsimile," "Audience Absorption of News," and "Libel and Other Legal Problems of Radio."
 
The 1948 spring Board of Directors meeting added a committee on television, chose a Program Committee, and installed a Board of Regional Editors to assist in news-gathering for the BULLETIN.
In the September, 1948, BULLETIN, the first NARND awards were announced. They went to Hollywood's KFWB and Ohio State University.
 
 
THE 1948 CONVENTION
The third national convention was set for St. Louis, November 12, 13, and 14, 1948. NARND initiated a Committee on Facsimile, a Special Committee to Study Wire Services, and a Constitution Revision Committee to study the constitution and to evolve a new document for presentation at the 1949 convention. The Board of Directors agreed to permit Canadian news directors to participate in NARND affairs on an informal basis and to substitute certificates of membership for membership cards. A resolution pledged members to report, "fairly and without restraint the activities of the United Nations, UNESCO and like world organizations." The officers for 1948 were Sig Mickelson, President, Jack Shelley, First Vice-President, Ben Chatfield, Second Vice-President, Dave Kessler, Treasurer, and Sorcn Munkhof, Executive Secretary.
 
According to John Hogan, now editor of the BULLETIN, the top achievement of 1948 was recognition by the NAB. One of the convention panels was based on a NARND pamphlet, "Getting Ready for Televison. Other convention panels concerned "Small Newsroom Operation," "Problems Beween Stations and Local Networks," "Facsimile," and "Documentary Broadcasts." Conventioners heard an address by Professor Mitchell Charnley of the University of Minnesota.
 
 
FREEDOM, NEW MEMBERS, AND COOPERATION
In 1949, the Board of Directors unanimously okayed NARND's fight for legislation granting radio newsmen the right to withhold sources of information. Arkansas and Indiana granted newsmen immunity by March. The organization, in February, called upon the House Committee on Un-American Activities to rescind a decision banning microphones and television and newsreel cameras at its public hearings. The April BULLETIN announced that the committee would probably reverse its ruling soon.
 
In April, 1949, the Membership Committee launched a campaign to triple membership, after NARND accepted its hundredth member in January. By September the total membership was 173 active and associate members from 39 states, the District of Columbia, and Canada. 1949 was the year the BULLETIN went from mimeograph machine to printing press, and in the September issue was news that 150 entries had been received for the awards program.
 
The Inter-Station Cooperation Committee sent a questionnaire to members asking (1) if they would like a directory for information on stories of interest to news directors in other stations, and (2) if members would like to cover stories automatically for other stations. The two plans for cooperation would be discussed at the November meeting.
 
 
THE 1949 CONVENTION
The 1949 convention, held in New York City November 11-13, brought speeches by Benjamin Cohen, Information Director for the United Nations, Erwin S. Canham, Editor of the Christian Science Monitor, Judge Justin Miller, President of the National Association of Broadcasters, and General Omar Bradley, Chairman of the joint Chiefs of Staff. Members attended panels on disaster coverage, television, profitability of professional radio newsrooms, and the effect of television on AM newscasts. The last-mentioned panel was conducted by Commentator Elmer Davis of ABC and Charles Hull Wolfe, Radio and Television Copy Chief of McCann-Ericson, Inc.
 
The officers for 1950 were Jack Shelley, President, Ben Chatfield, First Vice-president, Jim Bormann (WMT, Cedar Rapids), Second Vice-President, Soren Munkhof, Executive Secretary, and Sheldon Peterson (KLZ, Denver), Treasurer. The 1949 convention ended with a lengthened committee list that included committees on Standards, Awards, Membership Education, Small Stations, Television, Continuing Study of Wire Services, Constitutional Revision, Inter-Station Cooperation, Public Relations, 1950 Convention Arrangements, and Resolutions.
 
Aside from elections, convention business included approval of the new NARND Constitution, tabling of a proposed code of standards, a recommendation that all news agencies and wire services increase daily coverage of the UN, the naming of Art Barnes (WSUI, Iowa City) new Editor of the BULLETIN, a decision to send the publication to leading journalism schools, and a proposal to strengthen the awards program by "sharper definition of the nature and purpose" of the competition classes.
 
NARND's three pamphlets, "Analysis of Press Association Reports to Radio Stations," Tips for Small Station Newsrooms," and "Getting Ready for Television," were available at the secretary's office.
By January of 1950, membership certificates were held by more than 200 NARND-ites.
 
 
PROGRESS IN 1950
The organization supported the NAB in its criticism of the State Department's handling of Dean Acheson's Far Eastern policy speech. NAB complained that radio did not get a recording of the address until three hours after it was delivered, and asked permission to use recording devices in covering State Department speeches.
 
The March, 1950 BULLETIN carried a letter from the Inter-Station Cooperation Committee requesting examples, for publication, of such cooperation. Few issues, from that date, failed to have an instance of stations' working together for better news coverage. Also in March, a sub-committee of the Education Committee began to help in producing state pronunciation guides for newsmen. By May, the Council on Radio journalism had offered its assistance in the project.
 
The BULLETIN began three new features in 1950: publication of a membership roster, the listing of "help wanted" or "situation wanted" ads, and listings of new members.
The spring Board of Directors meeting set the 1950 convention theme: "Profits in News." According to President Shelley, the theme was chosen because the board felt that "one of NARND's main missions ... is to emphasize the strength of news as a profitable type of radio programming...."
 
The board, at this meeting, also decided to give only two awards, one for outstanding performance in radio news, and another for outstanding performance in TV news. Publication of a brochure was approved as part of a membership drive.
 
In 1950 President Shelley reported progress in reinstating the listing of news directors in Broadcasting Yearbook. Negotiations were also under way to have directors listed in Radio Annual. The President's efforts were partly successful; the March, 1951 BULLETIN reported that news directors would be named in Broadcasting Yearbook.
 
A special liaison committee made observations concerning the types of military news that could be broadcast safely during the Korean War. The observations, in condensed form, were: no voluntary or compulsory censorship existed, but every news director and newscaster wanted to disclose no military secrets to the enemy; information released by the Pentagon, military officials, members of Congress, competent civilian authorities, and press associations was generally usable; if a news director had any questions to ask, he should contact the Security Review Branch of the Department of Defense in Washington. President Shelley pledged NARND's cooperation in "any steps necessary for the security of our country."In December of 1950, a letter from NARND President Chatfield and a talk by Ted Koop (CBS, Washington) won NARND a place at meetings on news censorship.
 
THE 1950 CONVENTION
177 men and women registered at the 1950 convention in Chicago on November 16-18. Convention goers heard panels and discussions on internal and external public relations with the armed forces, radio newsman's relations with doctors and hospitals, wire services, Washington news, profitability of news, the National Safety Council (whose representative praised NARND for promoting the council's work), radio news in government, obligations of a commentator, telephone, crime reporting, television, and research. Speakers were Clifton Utley, NBC commentator, General Hoyt Vindenberg, Air Force Chief of Staff, Charter Heslep of the Atomic Energy Commission, Russell Brines, Associated Press Bureau Chief, Dr. W. R. G. Baker, a Vice-president of General Electric, and Baskette Mosse, Northeastern University Professor of Journalism.
 
New officers chosen at the convention were Ben Chatfield, President, Jim Bormann, First Vice-President, and Tom Eaton, Second Vice-President. Soren Munkbof and Sheldon Peterson remained at their posts as Executive Secretary and Treasurer.
 
The convention adopted the code of standards and recommendations to management that appeared in the September, 1950 BULLETIN, as prepared by the Standards Committee, chairmanned by F. 0. Carver (WSJS, Winston-Salem).
 
Membership had raced past 300 by the 1950 convention's end, but President Chatfield called on NARND to set a goal of 500 members to be reached by the 1951 convention.
 
 
RECOGNITION AND NEW COMMITTEES
NARND won recognition from four sources in 1951. The Association was represented on the Radio and Television Committee for Brotherhood Week. More recognition came when the President was elected to membership in the Council on Radio journalism. By amendment of the council's charter, the NARND President automatically became a member of the group. The NARND President also became a member of the Broadcast Advisory Committee in Washington. And in January, 1951, Sponsor carried an article praising NARND for building up "full fledged news staffs."
 
A new NARND committee was installed to serve members of newspaper affiliated or owned radio stations. First Chairman was John Eure (WDBJ, Roanoke, Virginia). Another new committee began in April. Bill Ray (NBC, Chicago) was first Chairman of the Committee on Freedom of Radio News. In the June BULLETIN, he asked help from all members and said that radio and TV should have the right to "report the news in their most effective way-via direct broadcasts or telecasts of the events as they occur, or by delayed recordings or newsreels." The 1951 spring board meeting changed the name of the Small Operations Committee to "Committee on News Room Operations," and moved that the 1951 convention theme be "Professionalism in Radio News."
 
The wire-services committee continued its study under the chairmanship of Jim Bormann and journalism Professor Mitchell V. Charnley of the University of Minnesota. For the first time, the Education Committee was composed almost entirely of educators in radio news and other aspects of journalism. By October, 1951, the committee decided to give priority to publication of a national guide to pronunciation of place names.
 
The year carried forward the battle for access of recorders and cameras to court-room trials and news conferences. When Florida's Governor Fuller Warren banned recorders from a public hearing, President Chatfield wrote letters in protest. The NARND Freedom of Information Committee asked the American Bar Association to withdraw "any objections . . . to broadcasts or telecasts of public functions of government."
 
SURVEYS AND EDUCATION
NARND's cooperation with a graduate student at Boston University produced the information that "despite the lack of money and equipment necessary for presenting the best type of illustrated news, great strides are being made in the television industry news-wise." In this study of TV newscasts, three trends were noted: "(1) expansion of time lengths, (2) increase in the number of daily newscasts, and (3) integration of the best known audiovisual standards of production into one type of news show."
 
Another NARND study was launched to determine the status of radio and TV news over the country. Questionnaires went to more than 1000 station managers and news editors. Many stations were adding news personnel; most favored editorializing if trained personnel was available and replied that coverage had improved during the preceding year.
 
By September, 1951, NARND was operating a speakers bureau to help the nation's journalism schools. The most experienced newsmen in the organization would lecture in schools and assist with courses in radio journalism. That same September, NARND asked for an explanation of alleged news suppression in Elkton, Maryland and Lake Charles, Louisiana. Both incidents were investigated by the Freedom of Information Committee. Concerning another matter, a presidential letter went to State and Defense Department heads explaining NARND's view that radio-TV newsmen should be included in State and Defense Department special inspections of foreign installations. The President also recommended that wire service release times be changed from 7 a.m. and p.m. to 6 a.m. and p.m. and earlier on Sundays.
 
 
THE 1951 CONVENTION
The 1951 Chicago convention brought, in addition to the regular awards, the first NARND citation to newsmen who had been in the industry ten years or longer. The Association had 283 paid members and 90 memberships in process. Conventioners discussed a name change that would include television. The proposed name was returned to committee. NARND-ites heard discussions of crime reporting, Democrat and Republican convention plans, war coverage, documentary programs, the Navy in Korea, and saleability of news. Principal speakers were Oliver Gramling, Assistant General Manager of AP, Phil Newsom, Radio News Manager of UP, Bernard Mullens, Coordinator of Election Coverage at WTIC, Hartford, Captain D. A. Flarris, Commanding Officer of the Naval ROTC at Illinois Institute of Technology, Kenneth Fry, Radio Director of the Democratic National Committee, and Ed Ingle, Radio Director of the Republican National Committee.
 
At the convention discouraging news came from the wire services. They admitted that the release times were not always equitable, but said that the 7 a.m. and p.m. times were the best possible compromise. The convention adopted a resolution viewing "with grave concern" President Truman's order imposing security regulations on information given out by government agencies, and heard a letter requesting passage of the Bricker-Capeliart-Ferguson Bill, legislation that would help in keeping the 11 channels of information ... open." Near the convention's close, members approved constitutional amendments abolishing the office of Second Vice-President, declaring that officers must have served on the Board of Directors, and leaving the spring board meeting to the directors' discretion.
 
The election of officers brought the following list for 1952: Jim Bormann, President, Tom Eaton, Vice-President, and Sheldon Peterson and Soren Munkhof remaining in their posts as Treasurer and Executive Secretary.
 
 
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
1952 was a year for progress and defeat with regard to admission of recorder and camera into hearings, trials, and news conferences. In February, 1952, Speaker Sam Rayburn ruled that all coverage of the House and its committees must be restricted to paper and pencil reporting. NARND asked members to resist the ruling. The April BULLETIN reported that the American Bar Association was open-minded and might modify its stand opposing radio and video coverage of court trials and legislative hearings. The networks were given permission to record Dean Acheson's news conferences, and the Kentucky legislature gave radio and TV reporters immunity equal to that of newspapermen with regard to revealing sources of information. NARND President Jim Bormann sent a letter to Senator Pat McCarran protesting the resolution to bar microphones and cameras from all Senate hearings. Bormann asked the Senator not to take permanent action against a temporary problem. Senator McCarran answered that trials were open to protect witnesses -- not to give the public a show. He admitted that the ruling might some day need re-examination.
 
The Freedom of Information Committee received nationwide attention when Ted Koop and President Bormann were asked to write articles for Quill, Broadcasting-Telecasting, and U. S. A. magazines. A Freedom of Information Questionnaire revealed that few stations broadcast live government proceedings and that only 4 of 23 stations had been refused permission to air such proceedings.
 
In the spring of 1952, President Bormann protested to the Police Committee of the Minneapolis City Council concerning its refusal to let KSTP-TV cover activities on city property without permission of the city council. The President also asked Wisconsin Attorney General Vernon Thompson to clarify a ruling concerning access to news in that state. Thompson answered, quoting sections of the law that upheld his decision to the President's satisfaction. President Bormann congratulated NARND-ite William Ray for winning permission to cover Chicago City Council Crime Investigation Committee hearings. Radio and TV newsmen received permission to be present except when witnesses were examined. Bormann also sent a telegram to a Miami civil service board after a WTVJ news cameraman was banned from a hearing of two policemen charged with brutality. After receiving Bormann's wire, the board held a special meeting to consider the protest and asked the city attorney for an opinion. His reply stated that such hearings could be broadcast or televised when such broadcasting would not be an interference or interruption. The attorney also said that the public body had the right to regulate preparations for the broadcast, and added that airing of a trial should be left to the judge's discretion.
 
Another NARND presidential letter on a similar subject was reported in Variety magazine. Bormann answered a statement by Representative Emanuel Celler to the effect that Celler would "shudder to think what would happen if the Senate and House proceedings were televised. "Bormann asked Representative Celler, "whether you would shudder as violently if a dictator were to deprive the American people of their right to know what their government is doing."
 
 
OTHER PROJECTS: 1952
For the first time, in 1952, NARND set up headquarters at the Republican and Democratic National Conventions. The headquarters were sponsored jointly by NARND and the Chicago News Broadcasters' Association. Recordings of the convention were made available at a small charge to any radio station requesting them.
 
Another first for NARND began in April when the BULLETIN started printing bibliograpies of booklets, newspaper stories, and magazine articles of interest to members.
 
An Education Committee report showed that most newsrooms used an unabridged dictionary as a pronunciation guide, but that 78 per cent of the respondents favored publication of a national pronunciation guide to place names.
 
Senator Blair Moody, Chairman of the Anti-Censorship Committee of the Senate Investigating Committee, answered a letter from President Bormann. The Senator, to help in exposing censorship and correcting abuses, asked NARND to supply examples of news suppression by government officials. Another request came from the radio and television reference library operated by NBC in New York. The library wanted two copies of the NARND survey of station news practices. Also in 1952 NARND members were asked to aid in publicizing Education Week and the National Blood Program. NARND was receiving recognition from many sources.
 
 
THE 1952 CONVENTION
The 1952 NARND convention in Cleveland departed from tradition in scheduling fewer sessions and more discussion time. Especially expanded was the time given to opening reports, the awards session, and the business meeting. During this convention, NARND became the Radio -- Television News Directors Association. The word "national" was dropped to admit members from Canada, Mexico, and other countries; the word "television" was added to recognize members who were broadcasting pictures as well as sound. A second change in the constitution involved creating regional vice-presidents whose duties would be largely recruiting members and "explaining RTNDA to management and the public." Still another constitutional amendment provided that members at the convention would choose the following year's convention site. The convention ordered a special committee to codify constitutional changes.
 
A resolution expressed thanks to convention speakers and panel participants, especially Paul White, N. R. Howard, Louis B. Seltzer, Walter Ridder, John Meagher, Ted Koop, and Lee Ruwitch, General Manager of WTVJ. Members heard a panel, "Covering the Big Story," organized by F. 0. Carver, a TV workshop, organized and presented by Ed Wallace (KNBK) and Rob Rowley (WXEL), and a discussion of radio and TV's effect on news conferences and the quality of news dissemination generally, conducted by Walter Riddcr, Washington correspondent for the Ridder newspapers, N. H. Howard, Editor of the Cleveland News, and John Meagher of the Radio- TV Branch of the State Department Information Division.
 
One resolution that was passed with some dissent urged the State Department to increase and give greater publicity to its activities in behalf of former AP correspondent William Oatis, imprisoned by Communists. According to the BULLETIN, "Objectors were concerned with the advisability of entering controversial discussion on governmental procedure rather than any lack of concern with Oatis' fate."
 
In the President's report, Bormann cited several examples of progress for radio and TV journalism in 1952. In a sense, he said, the electorate overruled such blows as the executive order authorizing heads of federal agencies to withhold information on a public interest basis, the decision by Speaker Sam Rayburn to exclude radio and TV from hearings, and the ruling by Senator McCarran barring the media from Senate judiciary Committee proceedings. Another favorable sign was what Bormann called "willingness to accept reasonable requests," shown by Eisenhower in heeding the protests over emission of radio and TV newsmen from the Korean party. Bormann added that newspapers were showing "indications of a tendency to relent" in their attitude toward radio and television.
 
The officers for 1953 were Tom Eaton, President, James Byron (WBAP, WBA-TV, Ft. Worth), Vice -Presideiit, and Sheldon Peterson, Treasurer. The first regional Vice-Presidents were William Nictfeld (KCBS, San Francisco), Godfrey Hudson (CFQC, Saskatoon), Richard Cheverton (WMT, Cedar Rapids), Beckley Smith (KQV, Pittsburgh), and F. 0. Carver. At the convention, Soren Munkhof resigned after five years of service as Executive Secretary to be replaced by Rob Downey (WKAR, Michigan State College, Lansing).
 
President Tom Eaton announced that membership participation would be the theme of his administration. In his first statement as President, Eaton stressed the value of inter- station cooperation. The report from the Inter-Station Cooperation Committee, chairmanned by Russ Van Dyke (KRNT, Des Moines), encouraged the convention to instruct the BULLETIN editor to run a monthly column reporting examples of such cooperation. Van Dyke said that such exchange of news by RTNDA members could be one of the organization's greatest sales points with management. The convention instructed the BULLETIN Editor to run such a column.
 
 
RESULTS IN 1953
RTNDA, in 1953, stood behind Houston's KNUZ in its stand for equal rights to broadcast city council meetings. The council gave the station broadcast rights only if the entire meeting were aired. The KNUZ news editor protested broadcasting all of the meeting, and was joined by NARTB, Sigma Delta Chi, and the Texas Association of Broadcasters, as well as RTNDA. Also concerned with access to meetings was House Speaker Martin's reversal of Rayburn's order banning radio -- TV in Senate committee meetings. Martin said each committee should decide whether to grant access to radio and television.
 
RTNDA studies of the wire services resulted in a greater number of news items in AP's five - minute summaries. UP announced recommendations for "More news in fewer words," "More news topics," and "More light, odd quirks and personality stories."
 
RTNDA again entered the field of education by sponsoring a news session at the Institute for Education by Radio and TV at Ohio State University in April, and by co-sponsoring a National Television News Seminar, with Northwestern University's Medill School of journalism. The five-day session covered "practical application of the latest methods and techniques of TV news operations." Fifty members from 22 states heard 20 experts in TV news operations who served as faculty. One result of the seminar was a 15 chapter Television News Handbook published by the seminar sponsors.
 
RTNDA protested seeming violations of freedom of information in North Carolina, Texas, Maryland, Florida, and California. According to Freedom of Information Chairman, Jim Bormann (WCCO, Minneapolis), remedial act on followed in Texas, Maryland, and Florida. At the 1953 spring Board of Directors meeting, Borinann said that violations "have been numerous, but not quite so numerous as last year." That spring, the committee launched a survey to "determine the status of freedom of information legislation in U. S. state legislatures. "The committee also wrote California Governor Earl Warren, expressing concern that Warren had opposed legislation imposing penalties for assaulting news photographers and reporters engaged in their profession in a public place.
 
That spring the Board of Directors accepted 14 new members, bringing total membership to 318: 181 active and 137 associate members. The board also made it the responsibility of officers and directors to pass upon names of applicants by contacting the Executive Secretary. The BULLETIN was authorized to carry names of new applicants each month, and a special committee was appointed to study format and other changes for the publication.
 
 
THE 1953 CONVENTION
The President's report at the 1953 convention in Washington, D.C., stated, "RINDA is stronger in numbers, stronger financially, and richer by greater membership participation than at any time in our history." Executive Secretary Rob Downey, in the Membership Committee report, received praise for returning many former members "to the fold." And convention-goers were told that for the first time RTNDA had no worries about breaking even on convention expenses.
 
The Wire Service Study Committee recommended that its name he changed to "Wire Service Policy Committee" and that future studies be conducted so as to "determine our own importance in the general news scene, determine what we expect and can reasonably demand from AP, UP, and INS, and know, actually, what we want." The convention accepted this report. The Freedom of Information Committee stated that the cause "gained more than it lost in 1953, and the outlook for further progress seems bright." The committee wired President Eisenhower, thanking him for "abolishing needless censorship of government information." RTNDA was represented in hearings concerning passage of a bill permitting radio-TV coverage of Illinois proceedings where witnesses were under subpoena unless the witnesses objected.
 
The convention supported the Cleveland Press in a contempt case involving a photograph published over a judge's objection. RINDA also went on record as favoring opening as many congressional committee sessions to the public as possible, and permitting radio-TV coverage on an equal basis with other media.
 
The Inter-Station Cooperation Committee was dropped, but in its place came a continuing policy of printing in the BULLETIN instances of such cooperation. The Bulletin Committee recommended that no changes be made in the BULLETIN's format. At the convention, radio and TV stations took awards for "outstanding radio news operation of 1953," "outstanding television news station," "outstanding investigative reporting," and "television reporting." The President was empowered to name a three-man committee to survey and choose, for recommendation to the convention, a convention site two years in advance.
 
Officers for 1954 were Jim Byron, President, Russ Van Dyke, Vice-President, and Sheldon Peterson, Treasurer.
 
 
PROJECTS IN 1954
Early in 1954, the BULLETIN carried three articles about facsimile as well as several stories about the Second National Television News Seminar in Evanston, Illinois. The seminar, sponsored by RTNDA and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, emphasized recent developments in television news and proven news techniques. Delegates from more than 20 states and Canada attended sessions conducted by 25 experts.
 
The Board of Directors, at the 1954 spring meeting, decided to offer members a problem-solving service. Any member of RTNDA could contact any officer or board member. The person contacted would outline the member's problem to all other officers and board members and ask for action or instructions. To provide the BULLETIN with news, the Directors set up a Bulletin Editorial Board, headed by Charles Harrison (WFIL, Philadelphia) and including all Regional Vice-Presidents. Also at the spring meeting, a committee for constitutional authentication and codification was begun.
 
In May, 1954, Charles Roeder (WCBM, Baltimore) protested in the name of the Freedom of Information Committee a Massachusetts ruling that would have banned broadcasting, telecasting, and newsreel recordings from proceedings when witnesses testified under oath. The bill was later reconsidered and killed in the Massachusetts House. And in September, RINDA joined WOI of Ames, Iowa and the IRTNA in a dispute over broadcasting rights for a public hearing of the Iowa Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors. The chairman of the Iowa board reversed his opinion and allowed WOI to carry complete proceedings.
 
 
THE 1954 CONVENTION
The 1954 convention in Chicago included radio and television workshops, a panel on "The Sponsor's Viewpoint," films on editorializing and content in TV news, local coverage, sports and special events, use of stills and facsimile, one-camera newscasts, and low budget regional coverage. The keynote address was delivered by Paul White (KFMB, San Diego and author of News on the Air). Other speakers were Sig Mickelson, Air Force General Benjamin W. Chidlaw, NARTB President Harold Fellows, and Dr. W. R. G. Baker, Vice-President of General Electric Corporation.
 
Not only were the tenth year officers new to their jobs, but also some of them bore titles new to RTNDA. Russ Van Dyke was President and James Byron was Board Chairman. Vice-President for Radio was Harold Baker (WSM, Nashville), and Vice-President for Television was Charles Harrison. Sheldon Peterson remained as Treasurer. As 1954 ended, RTNDA's membership stood at 328.
 
In 1955, Ted Koop of CBS represented RTNDA in a panel discussion of government information problems, to determine availability of information from federal executive agencies. Shortly before the panel, Nick Basso (WSAZ-TV, Huntington, West Virginia), Chairman of the Freedom of Information Committee, complained to Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson that the Defense Department was "withholding legitimate news information from newsmen on the grounds of 'security' even though the news material was not classified."
 
 
THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY CONVENTION
By convention time, 1955, membership had reached 342, 35 of that number from Canada. Of these, more than 140 attended the Denver convention. Three of the convention speakers were Hugh B. Terry, President and General Manager of Denver's KLZ-TV, General Hubert Harmon, Head of the Air Force Academy, and Frank P. Fogarty, Vice-President and General Manager of WOW-TV in Omaha. Part of the radio workshop, chairmanned by Harold Baker, was an address on the "Monitor Concept" by John Chancellor, NBC General Assignment Reporter in Chicago. Chairman of the television workshop was Charles Harrison. Conventioners toured the Air Force Academy site at Colorado Springs and heard a briefing session by General Earl Partridge of the Continental Air Defense Command. Banquet speaker was John Daly of ABC.
 
The Wire Service Policy Committee reported that no service seemed vastly superior to the others. Many RTNDA-ites were critical of cliches, and some criticized readability of AP and INS copy. A large percentage regretted the lack of pronunciation guides, and some commented on the amount of repetition.
 
At the convention some committees were dropped, and some were added. The committees appointed were Freedom of Information, Membership, Integration Study, Awards, Editorial and Publicity, Releases, Wire Policy, and Local Arrangements.
 
The 1956 officers were Harold Baker, President, Russ Van Dyke, Board Chairman, Ted KOOP, Vice-President in charge of Program, Charles Day (WGAR, Cleveland), Vice-President for Radio, Jack Knell (WBT-TV, Charlotte), Vice-President for Television, Sheldon Peterson, Treasurer and Rob Downey, Executive Secretary. The BULLETIN got a new Editor, E. F. Andrews of the School of Journalism, State University of Iowa.
 
 
FREEDOM FOR MIKE AND CAMERA
Early in 1956, the battle against Canon 35 in Denver roused radio and TV reporters. Canon 35 of the American Bar Association Code of Ethics bans cameras and electronic equipment from Colorado courts. Justin Miller, a former Board Chairman of NARND, said Canon 35 was invalid in the light of broadcast media advances toward unobtrusiveness of equipment. Several members of RINDA helped in presenting radio and TV's case against the canon. President Harold Baker and Nick Basso, Chairman of the Freedom of Information Committee, sent a joint statement asking revision of the canon, to justice 0. Otto Moore, referee in the hearing. By March of 1956, the Colorado Supreme Court had approved without dissent justice Moore's recommendation that microphone-camera coverage of a courtroom could operate without disturbing proceedings. The decision meant that each Colorado judge would decide whether to admit radio and TV equipment to his courtroom. In the February 13 issue of Broadcasting was a discussion of efforts by RTNDA, NARTB, and other groups to have Canon 35 changed.
 
Spring of 1956 brought victory to RINDA and other groups fighting for freedom of mike and camera in Rhode Island. The state's Governor Roberts vetoed two bills passed in the last hours of the legislative session. One of the bills would have made libel and slander criminal offenses; the other would have banned all news photographers and radio broadcasters from reporting court proceedings in Rhode Island.
 
A letter from President Baker protested an article in the May 21, 1956, issue of TIME magazine. The article told of newspaper reporters' complaints that preference was shown to television cameramen. President Baker replied that television reporters admitted "shortcomings and inconveniences in their methods of news coverage," but that with technical advances, newspapermen in the near future would have "little cause to grumble about TV obtrusiveness." The letter was printed in the May 28 issue of Broadcasting-Telecasting.
 
During 1956, membership increased to 371, a gain of 29 members. And late in the year, a new membership campaign began.
 
 
THE 1956 CONVENTION
The 1956 convention in Milwaukee had an attendance of more than 140. At the meeting, Jack Shelley presented the first Paul White Memorial Award to Hugh B. Terry for his fight to open Colorado courts to electronic reporting.
 
The 1957 President, Ted Koop, named eight committees to work for the association through the year: Freedom of Information, Membership, Awards, Publicity, Techniques, Convention Sites, Wire Policy, and Vocational Film. In addition to President Koop, the 1957 officers were Harold Baker, Chairman of Board, Jack E. Krueger, Vice-President in charge of Program, Lee White (KROS, Clinton, Iowa), Vice-President for Radio, Ralph Renick (W'n7j, Miami), Vice-President for Television. Sheldon Peterson and Rob Downey were again Treasurer and Executive Secretary respectively.
 
The convention panel on radio news brought ideas on what management, the listening public, advertisers, and news program producers expected from news on radio. Jim Bormann was moderator. Jack Knell moderated a television technique panel composed of representatives from four television news departments. In his keynote address, Sig Mickelson spoke of TV election coverage.
 
President Koop listed three objectives for RTNDA in 1957: "(1) To strive constantly for higher standards of radio and television news reporting, writing, and presentation. (2) To acquaint the broadcasting industry and the public with the importance, reliability, and value of radio and television news. (3) To champion aggressively the cause of freedom of information."
 
 
COMMITTEES IN ACTION
1957 began with RINDA in the thick of a fight for freedom of information. Julian Goodman (NBC, Washington), Chairman of the Freedom of Information Committee, sent a letter to New York's Mayor Wagner protesting the exclusion of CBS and NBC film cameras from a city council meeting on December 18, 1956.
 
Heartening news came in the February BULLETIN. For the first time in Rhode Island history, a radio station carried a full business session of the House of Representatives. And for the first time in Iowa's court history, television sound-on-film cameras recorded progress of a trial.
 
The Integration Study Committee recommended that a campaign for RTNDA integration with state news groups be postponed. Under Chairman Bill Small (WITAS, Louisville), the committee proposed that RINDA accept (as affiliated organizations) state groups having a significant number of RTNDA members, that RTNDA encourage existing state groups by offering suggestions, help in freedom of information campaigns, and speakers for meetings, and that the Association also encourage the formation of new state organizations.
 
In May, 1957, came word that Los Angeles newspaper reporters were trying to prevent radio and television coverage of news conferences. The May BULLETIN carried a letter from President Koop requesting mutual respect from newspapers, and saying that separate conferences were not the answer.
 
A new committee came into being during the 1957 spring Board of Directors meeting. RTNDA set up a Professional Standards Committee to "seek fair and equal treatment for all news media at public events." The Directors invited the cooperation of the American Society of Newspaper Editors to deter incidents arising when microphones and television cameras were set up for news conferences and other public events. Also at the spring meeting the board considered constitutional amendments that would clarify memberships by network representatives and that would split up the associate membership into three categories: associate, for persons directly connected with broadcast news but who are not news directors; professional, for journalism teachers; and participating, for persons outside the news broadcast field.
 
RTNDA joined other news organizations in protesting the State Department's refusal to permit American newsmen to visit Communist China. The Senate Committee on Constitutional Rights invited the RTNDA President to testify about the matter. Instead of appearing personally, he sent the committee a copy of his earlier letter to Secretary of State Dulles.
 
And in November of 1957, with a membership increased by several hundred percent, with memories of several victories in the fight for freedom of information, with firm recognition by both government and industry, with problems still to be solved, members of the Radio-Television News Directors Association converged on Miami for the Twelfth National Convention.

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  • Series 1: GENERAL
  • Box 1:
  • General Correspondence - 1953
  • Correspondence, Bulletin Editor - 1953
  • Miscellaneous Items - 1953
  • Convention - 1953
  • Convention Correspondence - 1953
  • Board Appointments - 1953
  • Correspondence, President - 1953
  • Correspondence, Treasurer - 1953
  • Minutes, Board of Directors - 1953
  • Correspondence, Vice-President - 1953
  • Munkhof Correspondence prior to February 15 - 1953
  • General Correspondence - 1954
  • Correspondence, President - 1954
  • Correspondence, Vice-President - 1954
  • Correspondence, Treasurer - 1954
  • Official Proceedings, including minutes of Board of Directors, May 21-22 - 1954
  • Membership Drive - 1954
  • Convention, including minutes of Board of Directors, November 19 - 1954
  • Convention Reports - 1954
  • Correspondence, Bulletin Editor
  • Box 2:
  • General Correspondence - 1955
  • Correspondence, President - 1955
  • Correspondence, Treasurer - 1955
  • Minutes, Board of Directors - 1955
  • Convention - 1955
  • Reports, Denver Convention - 1955
  • Official Proceedings - 1955
  • General Correspondence - 1956
  • Correspondence, President Harold Baker - 1956
  • Correspondence, Vice-Presidents - 1956
  • Minutes, Board of Directors - 1956
  • Convention - 1956
  • Correspondence, Bulletin Editor Joe Andrews - 1956
  • Form Letters
  • Dues Payments Receipts - 1956
  • Spring Board Meeting - 1956
  • Committees - 1956
  • Printing Orders - 1956
  • Response to Special Letter - 1956
  • Box 3:
  • General - 1957
  • Correspondence - 1957
  • President - 1957
  • Vice-President - 1957
  • Treasurer - 1957
  • Bulletin Editor - 1957
  • Minutes, Board of Directors - 1957
  • Formal Board Action - 1957
  • Membership - 1957
  • Dues Payments Receipts - 1957
  • Ditto Masters - 1957
  • Office Expenses - 1957
  • Annual Report - 1957
  • Committees - 1957
  • Convention Correspondence - 1957
  • Council on Radio and Television Journalism - 1957
  • Publicity Releases - 1957
  • RTNDA Professional Standards Committee - 1957
  • Box 4:
  • General Correspondence - 1958
  • President - 1958
  • Vice-Presidents - 1958
  • Treasurer - 1958
  • Board of Directors Proceedings, New Members Approved - 1958
  • Minutes, Board of Directors - 1958
  • Board Minutes, October 18 - 1958
  • Bulletin Editor - 1958
  • Committees - 1958
  • Chicago Convention - 1958
  • Membership - 1958
  • Printing Orders - 1958
  • Office Expenses - 1958
  • RTNDA Workshop Program - 1958
  • Journalism - Freedom of the Press Commemorative U.S. Postage Stamp Issue - 1958
    Sheet of stamps in protective cover with program from the First-Day Issue Ceremony, School of Journalism, University of Missouri
  • Box 5:
  • General Correspondence (Edward R. Murrow, TLS, 7 January)
  • President, Ralph Renick - 1959
  • Vice-Presidents - 1959
  • Treasurer - 1959
  • Minutes, Board of Directors - 1959
  • RTNDA Board Meeting - 1959
  • Bulletin Editor - 1959
  • Committees - 1959
  • RTNDA Nominating Committee - 1959
  • Ethics and Standards Committee - 1959
  • Techniques Committee - 1959
  • Wire Policy Committee - 1959
  • Constitution Committee Report - 1959
  • House Accounts Subcommittee - 1959
  • New Orleans Convention Program - 1959
  • Convention Correspondence - 1959
  • Awards - 1959
  • Stanton Award - 1959
  • Paul White Award - 1959
  • Canada - 1959
  • Broadening RTNDA Function (Edward R. Murrow, TLS, 8 April) - 1959
  • Sec. 315 Senate-House Testimony - 1959
  • Office Expenses, Printing Orders - 1959
  • Printing Orders, Stationary - 1959
  • Box 6:
  • General Correspondence - 1960
  • President, Correspondence - 1960
  • Vice-President, Correspondence - 1960
  • Board of Directors, Correspondence - 1960
  • Secretary - 1960
  • Treasurer, Correspondence - 1960
  • Treasurer's Monthly Summary - 1960
  • Committees, Correspondence - 1960
  • Regional Vice-Presidents' Correspondence - 1960
  • Bulletin Editor Correspondence - 1960
  • Membership Applicant List, Board Approved - 1960
  • RTNDA Resolutions Committee - 1960
  • Board of Directors - 1960
  • Spring Board Meeting - 1960
  • Board Meeting - October 5 - 1960
  • Canada - 1960
  • Canon 35, American Bar Association Meeting - 1960
  • Convention Correspondence - 1960
  • Barbara Howell - Payroll - 1960
  • Office Expenses and Printing - 1960
  • Box 7:
  • Board Meeting - April 22-September 27 - 1961
  • General Correspondence - 1961
  • President, Correspondence - 1961
  • Vice-President, Correspondence - 1961
  • Regional Vice-Presidents' Correspondence - 1961
  • Secretary - 1961
  • Executive Secretary Plan - 1961
  • Treasurer, Correspondence - 1961
  • Bulletin Editor, Correspondence - 1961
  • Bulletin Correspondence - 1961
  • Box 8:
  • Membership Applicant List, Board Approved - 1961
  • Susan Jean Scott, Payroll - 1961
  • Expenses and Printing - 1961
  • Convention (TLS, Richard M. Nixon, Lyndon B. Johnson, Arthur J. Goldberg, Luther H. Hodges and Robert S. McNamara) - 1961
  • Committees - 1961
  • Committees - 1961-1962
  • Wire Policy Committee - 1961-1962
  • Inter-Station Cooperation, Ethics and Standards - 1961-1962
  • Canadian Affairs - 1961-1962
  • RTNDA Canada - Constitution - 1961-1962
  • Regional Meetings - 1961-1962
  • Constitution Committee - 1961-1962
  • Career Recruiting Committee - 1961-1962
  • Awards Committee - 1961-1962
  • Box 9:
  • General Correspondence - 1962
  • President, Correspondence - 1962
  • Regional Vice-Presidents' Correspondence - 1962
  • Executive Secretary - 1962
  • Treasurer - 1962
  • Treasurer, Correspondence - 1962
  • Board of Directors - 1962
  • Board Meeting - March 31-September 18 - 1962
  • Bulletin Editor, Correspondence - 1962
  • Reference Shelf for Broadcast Newsmen, Correspondence - 1962
  • Convention Correspondence - 1962
  • Convention Form Letters (returned) - 1962
  • Association for Education in Journalism - 1962
  • Box 10:
  • RTNDA Membership - 1962
  • Canon 35 - 1962
  • State Meetings - 1962
  • Membership Applicant List, Board Approved - 1962
  • Research Committee - 1962
  • Expenses and Printing Bills - 1962
  • Box 11:
  • Board Meeting - March 23-September 11 - 1963
  • General Correspondence - 1963
  • President, Correspondence - 1963
  • Regional Vice-Presidents' Correspondence - 1963
  • Executive Secretary, Correspondence - 1963
  • Treasurer, Correspondence - 1963
  • Bulletin Editor, Correspondence - 1963
  • Convention Correspondence - 1963
  • Expenditures and Printing Orders - 1963
  • Applicant Lists 'Board Approved' - 1963
  • Membership Directory, May - 1963
  • Box 12:
  • General Correspondence - 1964
  • Treasurer, Correspondence - 1964
  • Bulletin Editor, Correspondence - 1964
  • Bulletin Advisory - 1964
  • 1964 Applicants, Board Approved - 1964
  • Career Information - 1964
  • Minutes, Mid-Year Meeting, February 28 - 1964
  • Missing Checks - 1964
  • Box 13: William G. Garry's Files
  • President (TLS Pierre Salinger, 20 Februray) - 1963
  • Miscellaneous: President's Correspondence - 1962-1964
  • Garry - Personal
  • Voluntary Censorship Code (Humphrey, Hubert H., TLS, 12 June) - 1963
  • Formative Years
  • Newsfilm Booklet
  • NAB
  • Sigma Delta Chi
  • RTNDA Center
  • Gasco (Convention decorators)
  • Program
  • Publicity
  • Sears' Foundation Plan
  • RTNDA Awards
  • Paul White Award
  • Vocational Film, Board Liason
  • Reference Shelf for Broadcast Newsmen
  • RTNDA Tape Library
  • Council on Radio and Television Journalism
  • Box 14: Edward F. Ryan Files
  • General Correspondence - 1961-1964
  • General - 1963-1964
  • President's Correspondence - 1963-1964
  • Vice-President's Reports
  • Treasurer's Reports
  • Newsfilm Standards
  • Participation
  • Local Arrangements Committee
  • "Static" (Publication of the Council on Radio Television Journalism)
  • Scholarships
  • Publicity
  • State Association Liason
  • Box 15: Edward F. Ryan Files (continued)
  • Placement Service
  • President Johnson Correspondence
  • Ed Ryan Folder
  • Copies of Edward F. Ryan's Letters
  • Box 16:
  • RTNDA Bulletin - 1947-1960
  • Box 17:
  • RTNDA Bulletin - 1950-1968
    Some issues missing
  • Box 18:
  • Convention files, including transcripts of the proceedings - 1946-1958
  • Box 19:
  • Convention files, including transcripts of the proceedings - 1959-1964, 1968
  • Box 20:
  • Mimeographed convention reports - 1961-1965
  • Box 21:
  • Membership files - 1948-1959
  • Box 22:
  • Materials concerning Canon 35 of the American Bar Association, prohibiting radio and television newsmen from courtrooms
  • Box 23:
  • Miscellaneous
  • Forms
  • Old Timers - 1951
  • Minutes, Board of Directors - 1952
  • RTNDA Awards
  • Board of Directors - 1956-1963
  • Constitution - 1958-1962
  • Section 315 [FCC ruling giving equal time to all political candidates in newscasts]
  • Freedom of Information
  • Communications Organizations: RTNDA
    Materials from SUI School of Journalism Reading Room
  • Miscellaneous
  • Tape Recording, "1140 Years of Radio News in the United States" - 1960
    Written by Robert L. Redeen, narration by Hal Banks. Mentions formation of RTNDA, with John Hogan, first RTNDA president, describing reasons for forming the association.
  • Box 24:
  • Stenographers notebooks of convention proceedings
  • Box 25:
  • Receipt Books for membership dues payments - 1960-1962
  • Box 26:
  • Receipt Books for membership dues payments - 1963-1965
  • Series 2: 1973 ADDENDUM
  • Box 27:
  • Receipt Books for membership dues payments - 1966-1967
  • Box 28:
  • Receipt Books for membership dues payments - 1967-1969
  • Box 29:
  • Receipt Books for membership dues payments - 1969-1970
  • Foundation contribution receipt books - 1970
  • Box 30:
  • Bank Statements - 1960-1965, 1967-1969
  • Box 31:
  • "So You're Gonna Shoot Newsfilm", First - Third Printings, correspondence, orders, etc.
  • Box 32:
  • "So You're Gonna Shoot Newsfilm", Fourth - Fifth Printings ; correspondence, orders, etc. - 1964-1958
  • "Newsroom and Newscast", correspondence, orders, etc - 1967-1968
  • Box 33:
  • Television Newsfilm Standards Manual; correspondence, orders, etc - 1964-1965
  • Box 34:
  • Television Newsfilm Standards Manual; correspondence, orders, etc - 1965-1969
  • Box 35:
  • Freedom of Information
  • TV Techniques Committee
  • Convention Plans - 1959-1964
  • Payroll, Fay Hendry - 1960-1963
  • Conventions - 1961-1962
  • Career Recruiting Correspondence - 1962
  • Convention - Gasco Contract - 1962
  • Techniques - 1962
  • To Receive Formative Years - 1962-1964
  • Placement and Intern Service Committee - 1962-1966
  • Constitution - 1963
  • Convention Sites - 1963
  • Finance - 1963
  • Membership Committee Preferences - 1963
  • Minneapolis Convention - 1963
  • Newsfilm Standards Committee - 1963
  • Permanent Executive Secretary - 1963
  • Awards Committee - 1963-1964
  • Career Recruiting - 1963-1964
  • Membership - 1963-1964
  • Payroll, Mary K. Post - 1963-1964
  • Research - 1963-1964
  • Wire Policy - 1963-1964
  • Box 36:
  • Career Information Committee - 1964
  • Chapters - Local - 1964
  • Correspondence Regarding Committee Reports - 1964
  • Current Membership Figures - 1964
  • Ethics and Standards Committee - 1964
  • Expenditures and Printing Orders - 1964
  • Freedom of Information Committee - 1964
  • Convention Correspondence - 1964
  • Copies of Bruce Palmer's Letters - 1964
  • President, Correspondence - 1964
  • Regional Vice-Presidents' Correspondence - 1964
  • Research Committee - 1964
  • Ryan, Edward F. - 1964
  • Copies of Edward F. Ryan's Letters - 1964
  • Scholarship Proposal - 1964
  • Unpaid - Drop List - 1964
  • Box 37:
  • Applicants - Board Approved - 1965
  • Bulletin Editor, Correspondence - 1965
  • Committee Reports - 1965
  • Convention Correspondence - 1965
  • Drop List and Unpaid List - 1965
  • Expenditures and Printing Orders - 1965
  • First Vice-President - 1965
  • Freedom of Information Committee - 1965
  • General Correspondence - 1965
  • Growth Study Committee - 1965
  • Letters From President Gamble to 1965 Committees - 1965
  • Membership Directories - 1965
  • Membership Lists - 1965
  • Minutes of Annual Meeting of American Council on Education for Journalism, April 18 - 1965
  • National Broadcast Editorial Conference - 1965
  • Placement Service, Correspondence - 1965
  • President, Correspondence - 1965
  • Regional Vice-Presidents' Correspondence - 1965
  • "So You're Gonna Shoot Newsfilm"/"Television Newsfilm Standards Manual" Figures - 1965
  • Box 38:
  • Special Projects Committe - 1966
  • Survey of Broadcast Coverage of Legislative News - 1966
  • Treasurer, Correspondence - 1966
  • Applicants Approved by Board - 1966
  • Awards - 1966
  • Bulletin Editor - 1966
  • Career Information Committee - 1966
  • Career Information - Requests - 1966
  • Committee Chairmen Lists - 1966
  • Convention Correspondence - 1966
  • Convention Sites Committee - 1966
  • Drop Lists - 1966
  • Ethics and Standards Committee - 1966
  • Freedom of Information - 1966
  • General Correspondence - 1966
  • Box 39:
  • Membership Committee - 1966
  • Membership Directory - 1966
  • Membership - Old List - 1966
  • Office Expenditures - 1966
  • President's Files - 1966
  • Regional Director Nominations - 1966
  • Regional Vice-Presidents - 1966
  • Research Committee - 1966
  • Treasurer - 1966
  • Box 40:
  • Applicants Approved by Board - 1967
  • Board Members - 1967
  • Broadcast Editorial Conference - 1967
  • Budget - 1967
  • Bulletin Editor - 1967
  • Career Information - Requests - 1967
  • Conference Board Agenda - 1967
  • Convention - 1967
  • Convention - Agenda - 1967
  • Convention - Hotel Agreement - 1967
  • Convention - Registration Cards - 1967
  • Convention - Reporting Service - 1967
  • Convention Sites Committee - 1967
  • Correspondence on Bulletin Subscriptions from Universities - 1967
  • Executive Secretary's File - 1967
  • General Correspondence - 1967
  • Membership Committee - 1967
  • Membership Directory - 1967
  • Placement Service - 1967
  • President's File - 1967
  • Regional Directors - 1967
  • Regional Seminars - 1967
  • Roster - 1967
  • Scholarship Committee - 1967
  • Smith, Dave - 1967
  • Special Projects Committe - 1967
  • Standards and Ethics Committee - 1967
  • Treasurer - 1967
  • Vice-President - 1967
  • Box 41:
  • Applications Approved by Board - 1968
  • Association Figures, 1967-1968 Drop List - 1968
  • Board Members Committees - 1968
  • Budget and Office Expenses - 1968
  • Bulletin Editor's File - 1968
  • Changes for Bulletin Editor - 1968
  • Committee List - Past Presidents, Candidates Eligible for Elected Offices - 1968
  • Committees - 1968
  • Convention - 1968
  • Convention Sites Committee - 1968
  • Cooperation Committee - 1968
  • Ethics and Standards Committee - 1968
  • Freedom of Information Committee - 1968
  • General Correspondence - 1968
  • Box 42:
  • General Correspondence continued - 1968
  • Letter heads and envelopes, order - 1968
  • Membership Commitee - 1968
  • Mid-Year Board Meeting - 1968
  • Nominations for Regional Directors - 1968
  • Paul White Committee - 1968
  • Placement Service - 1968
  • President's File - 1968
  • Publicity Committee - 1968
  • Radio and TV Awards - 1968
  • Reardon Report, Correspondence - 1968
  • Regional Directors' File - 1968
  • Requests for Career Information - 1968
  • Requests for Information on RTNDA Publications - 1968
  • Requests for Membership Information - applications not returned - 1968
  • Research Committee - 1968
  • Tally of Membership by Region - 1968
  • Treasurer's File - 1968
  • Box 43:
  • Advice of Counsel: Pierson, Dowd & Ball - 1969
  • Association Figures - 1969
  • Board Members and Terms of Office Committees and Chairmen - 1969
  • Budget Information - 1969
  • Bulletin Editor's File - 1969
  • Career Film Correspondence - 1969
  • Changes for Bulletin Editor - 1969
  • Committees - 1969
  • Conference Sites Committee - 1969
  • Constitution and Membership - 1969
  • Detroit Convention - 1969
  • Drop List - 1969
  • Executive Secretary - 1969
  • Freedom of Information - 1969
  • General Correspondence - 1969
  • Box 44:
  • Lists of Applicants Approved by Board - 1969
  • Membership Committee - 1969
  • Mid-Year Board Meeting Correspondence - 1969
  • Names for 1969 Stationery - 1969
  • Nominations for Regional Directors - 1969
  • Office Expenses - 1969
  • Placement Service Committee - 1969
  • President's File - 1969
  • Publicity Committee - 1969
  • Radio and Television Awards Committee - 1969
  • Regional Director's File - 1969
  • Requests for Career Information - 1969
  • Requests for Information on RTNDA Publications - 1969
  • Requests for Membership Information - applications not returned - 1969
  • Special Projects Committe - 1969
  • Treasurer's File - 1969
  • Box 45:
  • RTNDA Bulletin - 1969
  • RTNDA Bulletin - 1970
  • Conference Distribution Packet - 1971
  • Box 46:
  • Minutes of Board Directors Meetings - 1948-1960
    Incomplete
  • Board of Directors Mid-Year Meeting - 1960
  • Board of Directors - 1961
  • Board of Directors - 1962
  • Board of Directors - 1962-1964
  • Conference Materials - 1963
  • Spring Board Materials - 1963
  • Spring Board Materials - 1962
  • Board Meeting File - 1965
  • Spring Board Meeting Material - 1965
  • Mid-Year - 1966
  • Mid-Year Meeting Material - 1967
  • Spring Secretary's Reports - 1968
  • Agenda - Mid-Year Meeting - 1969
  • Mid-Year Meeting Reports - 1969
  • Box 47:
  • 1958 Conference - Reports and News Releases - 1958
  • 1959 Conference - Reports and News Releases - 1959
  • Convention Materials - 1960
  • 1961 Conference - Reports and News Releases - 1961
  • Convention Materials - 1961
  • Convention Materials - 1962
  • Box 48:
  • Convention Materials - 1963
  • 1963 Conference - Reports and News Releases - 1963
  • 1964 Conference - Reports and News Releases - 1964
  • Convention Materials - 1964
  • Convention Materials - 1965
  • Box 49:
  • Minutes of 1966 Convention - 1966
  • Report of the Executive Secretary - 1966
  • 1966 Conference Addresses and Committee Reports - 1966
  • Radio Stations, TV and Non-members, carbons
  • Awards, 1967 Conference - 1967
  • 1967 Conference - President and Secretary Reports - 1967
  • Secretary Report - 1967
  • 1967 Conference - 1967
  • Elections
  • Speeches and Addresses
  • Committee Reports
  • Samples
  • Board Meeting Agenda
  • 1968 Conference - 1968
  • Officers' Reports
  • Samples
  • Speeches and Addresses
  • Election Results
  • Committee Reports
  • News Releases
  • Freedom of Information Survey
  • Registration Lists
  • Resolution on using RTNDA name in Chicago
  • Box 50:
  • 1969 Conference - 1969
  • Election Results
  • Speeches and Addresses
  • Officers' Reports
  • Committee Reports
  • News Releases
  • Registration Lists
  • Samples
  • Conference Distribution Packet - 1969
  • 1970 Conference - RTNDA of Canada Annual Meeting, September 23 - 1970
  • News Releases, Commentators 170
  • Samples
  • Officers' Reports
  • Speeches and Addresses
  • Committee Reports
  • Election Results
  • Amendments and Resolutions, etc.
  • Conference Distribution Packet - 1970
  • Transcript of Proceedings of 1970 Conference
  • Box 51:
  • Transcript of Conferences - 1971-1972
  • Box 52:
  • Tape recording of Midwest Regional Conference, May 13, 1967. Speakers include Robert W. Hansen, Chief Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, Chicago attorney Don Reubin, Prof. Harry Calvin, Jr. of the University of Chicago Law School and Judge James Parsons. Five reels. - 1967
  • Series 3: 1974 ADDENDUM
  • Box 53:
  • Bank Statements and Cancelled Checks - 1956-1959
  • Check Receipt Books - 1956-1958
  • Financial Statement RTNDA January-May - 1958
  • Savings Pass Book Industrial Federal Savings - 1955-1957
  • Savings Pass Book Twin City Federal - 1958
  • Box 54:
  • Membership Receipts for Dues Paid
  • Blank Membership Applications
  • Membership Directory - 1961
  • Box 55:
  • 18th Annual International Conference and Workshop Verbatim Report - 1963
  • 19th Annual International Conference and Workshop Verbatim Report - 1964
  • 20th Annual International Conference and Workshop Verbatim Report - 1965
  • 21st Annual International Conference and Workshop Verbatim Report - 1966
  • 22nd Annual International Conference and Workshop Verbatim Report - 1967
  • Freedom of Information 1964, inc. correspondence from Lyndon B. Johnson and Avery Brundage - 1964
  • Freedom of Information - 1964
  • Tax Information - 1957-1960
  • Box 56:
  • RTNDA Record of St. Louis Convention - 1948
  • RTNDA Convention - 1964
  • RTNDA Convention - 1964
  • RTNDA Convention - 1965
  • RTNDA Convention - 1966
  • RTNDA Convention - 1967
  • Kinter Award Folder and Newsfilm
  • Constitution and Recommended Changes - 1962
  • Box 57:
  • Sheraton - 1967-1969
  • Career Film Correspondence - 1969-1970
  • Conference Sites Committee - 1969-1970
  • Lists of Applicants Approved by Board - 1969-1970
  • Mid-Year Board Meeting - 1969-1970
  • 1970 Stationary - 1969-1970
  • President's File - 1969-1970
  • Requests for Career Information - 1969-1970
  • Treasurer's File - 1969-1970
  • Box 58:
  • Association Figures - 1970
  • Board Members and Terms of Office
  • Committees and Chairmen - 1970
  • Budget Information - 1970
  • Bulletin Editor's File - 1970
  • Constitution and Membership - 1970
  • Copies of Changes for Bulletin Editor - 1970
  • Executive Secretary - 1970
  • Letters re Dropping Membership - 1970
  • Letters re Resolution for Library of Congress Recordings etc.
    Includes 3 TLS from L. Quincy Mumford, letters from George McGovern and other congressmen
  • Letters sent inviting membership (From "Broadcasting") - 1970
  • Membership Committee - 1970
  • 1970 Conference. Directors-At-Large dispute - 1970
  • 1970 Drop Lists - 1970
  • 1970 Follow Ups re Dropping Membership - 1970
  • 1970 General Correspondence #2 April - 1970
  • Nominations for Regional Directors
  • Office Expenses - 1970
  • Placement Service Committee - 1970
  • Radio and Television Awards Committee - 1970
  • Regional Director's File - 1970
  • Requests for Membership Information - applications not returned
  • Association Figures - 1970-1971
  • Board Members and Terms of Office, Committee and Chairmen
  • Communicator Editor's File - 1970-1971
  • Conference Sites Committee - 1970-1971
  • Box 59:
  • Correspondence and Information, RTNDA Publications - 1970-1971
  • Denver 1970 Convention - 1970-1971
  • 1971 General Correspondence Folder #1 September - 1970
  • President's File - 1970-1971
  • Regional Director's File - 1970-1971
  • Requests for Career Information - 1970-1971
  • Requests for Membership Information - applications not returned - 1970-1971
  • Wire Service Survey, Follow-up Letters - 1970-1971
  • Box 60:
  • Advice of Council, Pierson, Dowd, Ball, RTNDA File - 1971
  • Asian Broadcast Workshop - 1971
  • Association Figures - 1971
  • Broadcast News Career Brochure Requests - 1971
  • Budget Info - 1971
  • Copies of Changes for Computer - 1971
  • Ethics and Standards - 1971
  • Executive Secretary - 1971
  • List of Applications Approved by Board - 1971
  • Membership Committee - 1971
  • 1971 Conference; Amendments, Motions, Resolutions, Letters of Transmittal, etc. - 1971
  • 1971 Conference; Boston, Ma. - 1971
  • 1971 Conference; Committee Reports - 1971
  • 1971 Conference; Election Results - 1971
  • Box 61:
  • 1971 Conference; News Releases, Commentators, etc. - 1971
  • 1971 Conference: Officers' Reports - 1971
  • 1971 Conference; Registration Lists - 1971
  • 1971 Conference; Samples - 1971
  • 1971 Conference; Speeches and Addresses - 1971
  • 1971 General Correspondence Folder #2 May-September - 1971
  • 1971 RTNDA Officers, RTNDF Officers, RTNDA Committee Chairmen Nominating Committee - 1971
  • Placement Service Committee - 1971
  • Radio and Television Awards Committee
  • RTNDA Communicator January-December - 1971
  • Requets for Membership Information, Applicants not Returned - 1971
  • Ripples Over Dues Rate
  • Special Projects Committe
  • Treasurer's File
  • Updating of Directory, June - 1971
  • Box 62:
  • RTNDA Checks, No. 1 - 200, January 15 - January 25 - 1971
  • RTNDA Checks, No. 201 - 400, January 25 - February 8 - 1971
  • RTNDA Checks, No. 401 - 600, February 8 - March 8 - 1971
  • RTNDA Checks, No. 601 - 800, March 8 - June 21 - 1971
  • RTNDA Checks, No. 801 - 1000, June 22 - December 27 - 1971
  • Series 4: 1981 ADDENDUM
  • Box 63:
  • Past Conference Sites - 1946-1979
  • Past RTNDA Presidents - 1947-1978
  • RTNDA Budgets - Statements - 1954-1956, 1965-1973
  • Paul White Award Winners - 1956-1977
  • Federal and State Income Tax Returns and Miscellaneous Information - 1957-1960, 1967-1975
  • Conference - Keynote Speakers - 1957-1976
  • Distinguished Service Award Winners - 1959-1979
  • Convention Attendance Statistics - 1962-1977
  • RTNDA Financial Statements - 1964-1975
  • Election Results - 1966-1974
  • Scholarship Recipients - 1970-1979
  • Board Meeting - February 26-July 24 - 1964
  • Canadian Membership - 1965-1969, 1971
  • Television Newsfilm Content - 1965
  • Board Meeting - April 30-September 26 - 1966
  • Conference - Chicago - 1966
  • Correspondence, RTNDA Publications - 1966-1970
  • Box 64:
  • Advice of Counsel, Pierson, Ball, and Dowd - RTNDF, Inc. - 1967-1968
  • Board Meeting - April 8-September 12 and 17 - 1967
  • Broadcasters and Editorializing (National Association of Broadcasters) - 1967
  • Cash Disbursements - 1967-1971
  • Conference - Toronto, photos and negatives - 1967
  • Correspondence - RTNDF - 1967
  • Foundation - 1967
  • Constitution and By-Laws
  • Corporation Formation
  • Minutes of Organizational Meetings, September
  • Scholarship Proposal
  • RTNDA - Associated Press Meeting, photos and negatives - 1967
  • Board Meeting, RTNDF - March 2-November 24 - 1968
  • Conference - 1968
  • Beverly Hills
  • Board Meetings, November
  • Correspondence - 1968
  • General
  • RTNDF
  • Eastern Regional Conference - Assoc. Press Meeting, photos and negatives, June 28 - 1968
  • Foundation - Financial
  • Box 65:
  • Freedom of Information - Various Papers - 1968-1974
  • Internal Revenue - RTNDF - 1968
  • RTNDF Scholarships, Schools - 1968
  • East and South
  • Midwest
  • West
  • Paul White Award - 1968
  • Board Meeting - 1969
  • April 12th - 1969
  • September 22nd - 1969
  • September 22nd - 1969
    RTNDF
  • September 27th - 1969
  • September 27th - 1969
    RTNDF
  • November 25th - 1969
  • December 18th - 1969
  • Bulletin August-October - 1969
  • By-Laws, RTNDF - 1969
  • Convention - Detroit - 1969
  • Correspondence and Miscellaneous - 1969
  • RTNDA
  • RTNDF
  • RTNDA Meeting in Washington, August 8 - 1969
  • RTNDA Membership Directory - 1969
  • Special Foundation Meeting, April - 1969
  • Board Meeting - 1970
  • March 21st
  • September 21st
  • September 26th
  • September 26th
    RTNDF
  • Conference - 1970
  • Committee Reports
  • Communicator September 22-25
  • Correspondence - 1970
  • General
  • RTNDF
  • FCC and RTNDA - 1970
  • Foundation Officers & Trustees - RTNDF - 1970
  • Fund Raising - 1970-1976
  • History of RTNDA Constitution - 1970
  • Box 66:
  • Speeches before F.C.C., June 26 - 1970
  • Archives (Inventory) - 1971
  • Board of Directors and Committee Chairmen - 1971
  • Board Meeting - 1971
  • April 17th
  • September 27th
  • October 2nd
  • October 2nd
    RTNDF
  • "Broadcast News Writing" - Vernon A. Stone - 1971
  • Brochures - RTNDA - 1971
  • CBS News Study - 1971-1974
  • Candidacy of Chuck Harrison - 1971
  • Communicator (Incomplete) and RTNDA Newsletter (Canada) November - 1971
  • Communicator - 1971
  • Editor's File
  • Second Class Permit
  • Convention - 1971
  • Boston
  • Committee Reports
  • Correspondence
  • General
  • RTNDF
  • Box 67:
  • Directory (RTNDA) and 1971 State Broadcasters' Associations Directory - 1971
  • "Enhancing the First Amendment", Speech by Bill Monroe, October 22 - 1971
  • Ethics - 1971
  • Financial Statements - RTNDF - 1971
  • Foundation Officers & Trustees - 1971
  • Freedom of Information - 1971-1972
  • Newsmen's Privilege Act of 1971 - 1971
  • Placement Committee Expense Report (Incomplete) - 1971-1973
  • Scholarship - RTNDF - 1971
  • Seminar - WGN, Chicago, May 22 - 1971
  • Seminars - 1971
  • Survey Results - 1971
  • Advice of Counsel - Pierson, Ball, & Dowd - 1972
  • "Advocacy Journalism" - T. J. Hoover to RTNDA Regional Workshop, May 20 - 1972
  • American Institute for Political Communication - 1972
  • Association for Education in Journalism Awards - 1972-1974
  • Board of Directors - 1972
  • Board Meeting - 1972
  • March 25th
  • November 7th
  • November 27th
  • December 2nd
  • Boy Scout Merit Badge - 1972-1974
  • Budget and Finances - 1972
  • Canada - RTNDA Newsletter - 1972
  • Box 68:
  • Careers in Broadcast News - 1972
  • Communicator (Incomplete) - 1972
  • Communicator Correspondence - 1972
  • Conference - 1972
  • Correspondence and Miscellaneous (includes photos)
  • Registration
  • Speeches, Committee Reports, Ballots, and Resolutions
  • Sponsorship
  • Travel Plans
  • Contest - 1972
  • Correspondence - General - 1972
  • Box 69:
  • Correspondence - 1972
  • General
  • RTNDF
  • Executive Secretary - 1972
  • Federal Communications Commission, Sponsorship Identification - 1972-1975
  • Financial Report - 1972
  • First Amendment - Whitehead - 1972
  • Free Flow of Information Act (Including correspondence from Edward Kennedy) - 1972-1974
  • Funding - Directors - 1972
  • Iowa - 1972
  • Journal - 1972
  • Box 70:
  • Koop Column, June-January - 1972
  • RTNDA Journal of Broadcast News - 1972
  • Small Station News Directors - 1972
  • Statement Before the Committee on the Judiciary - 1972
  • Supporting Memberships - Groups - 1972-1973
  • Survey - 1972
  • Television News Techniques (Incomplete) - 1972-1976
  • Washington Office - Board decision on proposal regarding opening of D.C. office, April - 1972
    Founding
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1973
  • Association Figures - RTNDA - 1973
  • Board Meeting - 1973
  • March 31st
  • August 25th
  • October
  • Cases - 1973
  • Code of Ethics - 1973
  • Committees - 1973
  • Communicator Editor's File - 1973
  • Conference - 1973
  • Amendments, Motions, Resolutions
  • Committee Reports
  • Officer Reports
  • Registration
  • Box 71:
  • Conference - 1973
  • Seattle, Washington
  • Speeches and Addresses
  • Conference Sites Committee
  • Congressional Hearings - 1973
  • February
  • Correspondence - 1973
  • General (Including correspondence from Edward Kennedy)
  • RTNDF
  • Financial Report - 1973-1974
  • Foundation Officers and Trustees - 1973
  • Freedom of the Press - 1973-1974
  • House of Representatives - 1973-1974
  • Legislative - S. 1400, Federal Criminal Code - 1973-1974
  • Box 72:
  • Local Arrangements Committee - 1973
  • Membership Committee - 1973
  • Memos to Board and/or Committee Chairmen - 1973
  • Minutes of the Meeting of Members -RTNDF, October 11 and 13 - 1973
  • News Media Source Protection - 1973
  • Newsman's Privilege Act - 1973-1974
  • Nominating Committee - 1973
  • Nominations - 1973-1975
  • Pensions - The Broken Promise - 1973
  • Placement Service Committee - 1973
  • President's File - 1973
  • RTNDA - 1973
  • Canada
  • Canada, Newsletter (Incomplete) - 1973-1974
  • RTNDF - Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner, and Smith, Inc. - 1975-1976
  • Regional Seminars - 1973
  • Report of the 1973 Sigma Delta Chi Advancement of Freedom of Information Committee - 1973
  • Research and Publications Committee - 1973
  • Resolution Re: Election of Officers, October 26 - 1973
  • Scholarship and Financial Development Committee - 1973
  • Senate - 1973
  • Shield Legislation - 1973
  • Small Markets Committee - 1973
  • Special Projects Committe - 1973
  • Sponsors - 1973
  • Spotmaster - 1973
  • Survey - 1973
  • Thanks - From - 1973
  • Treasurer - 1973
  • Vice-President - 1973
  • Washington Office - 1973
  • Board - 1974
  • Board Meeting - 1974
  • January 26th
  • June 8th
  • September 10th
  • September 14th
  • September 14th - RTNDF
  • Communicator - 1974
  • Editor's File
  • Mailing List/Postage Problems
  • Conference - 1974
  • Amendments, Motions, Resolutions
  • Committee Reports
  • Box 73:
  • Conference - 1974
  • Montreal, Canada
  • News Releases
  • Officer Reports
  • Registration
  • Speeches and Addresses
  • Congressional Hearings - Mass Media - 1974
  • Correspondence - 1974
  • General
  • RTNDF
  • Families Against Censored Television - 1974-1975
  • Federal Energy Office, Allocations - Regulations
  • Freedom of Information
  • Nixon's Charges Tested
  • Veto Override
  • Foundation Officers and Trustees - 1974
  • Hotel Agreements - 1974
  • Long Range Planning Committee - 1974
  • National News Council - 1974
  • Past Presidents - Deceased (as of 1974) - 1974
  • Placement Service Committee  - 1974
  • Box 74:
  • President's File - 1974
  • RTNDA - Canada, Newsletter April - 1974
  • Regional Director's File - 1974
  • Research and Publications Committee - 1974
  • Scholarship and Financial Development Committee - 1974
  • Scholarship Recipients - Correspondence - 1974-1975
  • Sunshine Act - 1974
  • Supporting Memberships - 1974
  • New
  • Renewals
  • Treasurer's File - 1974
  • Vice President - 1974
  • Washington Office - 1974
  • "What Do You Say When Somebody Sticks a Mike in Your Face?" May 7 - 1974
  •  White, Paul - Award - 1974
  • Advice of Pierson, Ball and Dowd - 1975
  • Awards - 1975
  • Board Meeting - 1975
  • January 25th
  • August 2nd
  • September 20th
  • Budget and Finances - 1975
  • Canada - RTNDA - 1975
  • Chapters, Miscellaneous - 1975-1977
  • Communicator Editor - 1975
  • Community Film Workshop Council, Inc.  - 1975
  • Box 75:
  • Conference - 1975
  • Considerations
  • Correspondence
  • Registration
  • Resolutions
  • Speeches and Committee Reports
  • Correspondence - 1975
  • General
  • RTNDF
  • Directory - RTNDA - 1975
  • Executive Committee - 1975
  • Exhibits - 1975
  • Indecency Ruling - 1975
  • Legal - 1975
  • Fair-Trade, Free Press - 1975-1976
  • National Labor Relations Board, San Antonio Express
  • Public Utilities Commission - Ohio
  • Legislative, HR 569 - Congressional Record Revision - 1975
  • Long Range Planning - 1975
  • Meeting of Executive Committee, September 20 - 1975
  • Membership - 1975
  • Membership, Board - 1975
  • Memos to Board & Committee Chairmen - 1975
  • Minutes of Meeting of Board of Trustees - RTNDF, September 20 - 1975
  • Officers, Committee Chairmen RTNDA - 1975
  • Officers and Trustees - RTNDF - 1975
  • Placement  - 1975
  • Box 76:
  • President - Correspondence - 1975
  • Publications - 1975
  • Publicity - 1975
  • Regional - Directors - 1975
  • Seminars - 1975
  • Scholarship - 1975
  • Entries
  • Recipients
  • Second Class Mail - 1975
  • Senate 2 - 1975
  • Special Projects - 1975
  • Statement by L. Scharff before Subcommittee on - 1975
  • Communications of the Committee on Commerce, November 5th - 1975
  • Sustaining Memberships - Dues Letters - 1975
  • Treasurer - 1975
  • Vice President - 1975
  • Washington Office - 1975
  • Absentee Ballot Proposal - 1976
  • Allen, Len - Personal (Including Correspondence from Hubert H. Humphrey) - 1976
  • Audited Financial Report, December 31 - 1976
  • Board of Directors - 1976
  • Board Meeting - 1976
  • January 24th
  • May 15th
  • August 7th
  • September 18th
  • December 12th
  • Board Semi Monthly Report, October-November - 1976
  • Bolles Case - Arizona - 1976
  • Box 77:
  • Bylaws Washington Chapter - 1976
  • Chapters - 1976-1977
  • Chapters
  • Northern California - 1976-1978
  • Virginia - 1976-1977
  • Washington Metro Chapter - 1976-1978
  • Carter, Jimmy - 1976
  • Communicator Editor - 1976
  • Constitution (as of 1976) - 1976
  • Convention - 1976
  • Committee Reports
  • Complimentaries and Scholarships
  • General
  • Registration
  • Resolutions, Amendments, Ballots
  • Speeches
  • Correspondence - 1976
  • General
  • RTNDF
  • Equal Time - 1976
  • Ethics Correspondence - 1976
  • Executive Committee Meeting, January 21 - 1976
  • Financial Statements, June 30th, September 30th, December 31st - 1976
  • Box 78:
  • Financial - RTNDF - 1976-1977
  • Historian - 1976
  • House TV - 1976
  • Legal - Legislative Indecency - 1976
  • Membership Materials - 1976-1977
  • Memos to Board and Committee Chairmen - 1976
  • Memos - General Internal - 1976
  • Minutes Trustees, December 16th - 1976
  • National Association of Broadcasters - 1976-1979
  • Nominating Committee - 1976
  • Officers - RTNDA and RTNDF - 1976
  • Past, President - Tom Frawley - 1976
  • Personnel Policy - 1976
  • Petty Cash Account - E. Lansing - 1976
  • Placement - 1976
  • President - Correspondence - 1976
  • Procedures and Forms - Samples - 1976
  • Publicity and Clippings - 1976-1977
  • Publicity Releases - 1976
  • Reaction to Convention - Accuracy in Media Controversy - 1976
  • Regional Directors - 1976
  • Research - Correspondence - 1976-1978
  • Scholarship - Corresspondence - 1976-1978
  • Skin Test Panel - 1976 Convention Transcript - 1976
  • Treasurer - 1976
  • Vice President - 1976
  • Washington Office - 1976
  • White, Paul 20th Anniversary - 1976
  • Box 79:
  • Board Meeting - 1977
  • Chicago, March
  • San Francisco, June
  • San Francisco, September
  • Board Reports - 1977
  • Budget - 1977
  • Canada - RTNDA - 1977
  • Chapters - 1977
  • N. California - 1977-1978
  • Rocky Mountain
  • Clippings and Publicity - 1977-1978
  • Convention - 1977
  • Attendees
  • Correspondence
  • Financial
  • Minutes
  • Resolutions
  • San Francisco
  • Box 80:
  • Convention - Tapes - 1977
  • Correspondence
  • General
  • With Board and Committees
  • RTNDF
  • Education Liaison Committee - 1977
  • Equal Employment Materials - 1977
  • Financial - 1977
  • Correspondence - 1977-1978
  • Petty Cash Expenses
  • Financial Report, December (Unaudited) - 1977
  • First Amendment - Section 315 - 1977-1979
  • Freedom of Information Materials - 1977-1978
  • Long Range Planning - 1977-1978
  • Membership Figures - Region - 1977
  • Minorities - 1977
  • Minutes - 1977
  • Executive Committee, June
  • Foundation Trustees, September 16
  • National Association of Broadcasters Fall Regionals - 1977
  • News Promo Reel - 1977
  • Nomination Election Correspondence - 1977
  • Northwest Ohio Chapter - 1977
  • Officers - 1977
  • President - Correspondence - 1977-1978
  • Publications - Materials - 1977
  • Publicity - Correspondence - 1977
  • Box 81:
  • Publicity Releases - 1977
  • RTNDA Regionals - 1977
  • Regionals, Miscellaneous - 1977
  • Research Surveys - 1977-1979
  • Scholarships - Correspondence and Releases - 1977
  • Scripts of Scholarship Winners - 1977
  • Telephone Hookup of President Carter to RTNDA Convention in San Francisco, September 15 - 1977
  • Board Meeting - 1978
  • January
  • May
  • Board Reports - 1978
  • Boston University Chapter - 1978
  • Budget - Schedule of Income and Expenses - 1978
  • Committee Objectives - 1978
  • Conference, Atlanta, Georgia - 1978
  • Board Meetings
  • Board Reports
  • Correspondence
  • Exhibits
  • Hotel Arrangements
  • News Releases and Miscellaneous Committee Reports
  • Registration
  • Scholarships and Comps
  • Speakers
  • Box 82:
  • Correspondence - 1978
  • General
  • RTNDF
  • To the Board
  • Denver Media Law Conference - January 7 - 1978
  • Financial/Budget RTNDA - 1978
  • House Radio - 1978
  • Legislation - 1978-1979
  • Membership Survey Results - 1978
  • Minutes - RTNDF, September 23 - 1978
  • Nominating Committee (Elections) - 1978
  • Pittsburgh Media Law Conference, May 5 - 1978
    One photograph
  • Press Releases - 1978
  • Publicity - Clippings - 1978
  • Reference Materials - 1978
  • Small Markets - Materials - 1978
  • Technical Service/Electronic News Gathering Committee  - 1978
  • Box 83:
  • Board Ballot, February 16 and June 6 - 1979
  • Board Meeting, January 26-27 - 1979
  • Budget - 1979
  • Clark, Michele - 1979
  • Code of Broadcast News Ethics - 1979
  • Conference, Las Vegas - 1979
  • Registration - see Box 9
  • Remarks by Howard K. Smith, Bill Leonard, Richard Salant, Charles Osgood, Walter Cronkite
  • Correspondence - General, RTNDF - 1979
  • Financial Information - 1979
  • First Amendment Survival Seminar - 1979
  • Miscellaneous - 1979
  • Press Releases - 1979
  • Publicity and Clippings - 1979
  • Correspondence and Miscellaneous  - 1980
  • Box 84:
  • Amicus Briefs - 1973, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1980
  • International Television News Directors Conference - Paris, October 26-27 - 1967
  • RTNDA Directories - 1970-1975, 1977, 1979
  • International Awards - 1971-1974, 1976-1979
  • Communnicator January-August - 1981
  • Miscellaneous - 1981
  • RTNDA Membership Listing for Period Ending July 24 - 1981
  • White House Briefing - June 12 - 1981
  • Box 85:
  • 1972 Convention - Nassau, Bahamas - 1972
    Photographs and negatives
  • 1976 Convention - Miami - 1976
    Photos
  • Unidentified Negatives - 1976
  • 1977 Convention - San Francisco - 1977
    Photographs and negatives
  • 1978 Conference - Atlanta - 1978
    Photographs and negatives
  • 1978 Conference - Region 6, University of Kansas - 1978
    Photographs
  • RTNDA at NAB Convention - Las Vegas - 1978
    Photographs
  • Cameras in Court Demonstration (NAB) Dallas - 1979
    Photographs
  • 1979 Convention - Las Vegas - 1979
    Photographs
  • White House Briefing - 1979
    Photographs and negatives
  • 1980 Board Meeting - Hollywood, Florida - 1980
    Photographs
  • 1980 Convention - Hollywood, FLA - 1980
    Photographs
  • 1980 Convention - RTNDA Canada, Toronto - 1980
    Photographs
  • "Step 1" Continuing Education Staellite Project - 1980
    Photographs
  • Sterling Institute Seminar - Chicago - 1980
    Photographs and negatives
  • Wharton School Seminar - June - 1980
    Photographs and negatives
  • Michele Clark pieces - 16mm motion picture film
    Undated
  • Box 86:
  • Account Books: Checking, Expenses - 1972-1981
  • Board Minutes - 1960-1974
  • Board Minutes - 1975-1979
  • Meetings and Panels of NARND Convention, October 24-26 - 1946
  • Proceedings and Panels of NARND Convention, New York, November 11-13 - 1949
  • Proceedings, Covention, Chicago, November - 1950
  • Box 87:
  • Proceedings, Covention, Chicago, November (Continued) - 1950
  • Convention - NARND, Chicago, November 12, 13, 14 - 1951
  • Convention - NARND, Chicago, November 12, 13, 14 (Continued) - 1951
  • Convention - RTNDA, Denver, November - 1955
  • Convention Proceedings - Miami, FL, Opening Business Meeting, November 6 and Buisness Session, November 8 - 1957
  • Convention - Montreal, October 5-8 - 1960
  • Convention - San Fransisco, September 20-22 - 1962
  • Box 88:
  • Convention Proceedings - St. Petersburg, Florida, October 20-23 - 1965
  • Convention - Chicago, "Television in the Age of the Satellite" Julian Goodman, September 27 - October 1 - 1966
  • Convention - Toronto, September 12-16 - 1967
  • Convention Proceedings - Detroit, September - 1969
  • Convention Proceedings - Denver, September - 1970
  • Convention - Boston, September 27 - October 2 - 1971
  • Convention Proceedings - Nassau, Bahamas, November 29 - December 1 - 1972
  • Box 89:
  • Conference - Seattle, October 12 - 1973
  • Convention - Las Vegas - 1979
  • Reports - 1979
  • Resolutions - 1979
  • Convention Clippings - 1980
  • 1980 Convention - Miscellaneous - 1980
  • 1980 International Conference Proceedings - 1980
  • 1980 Convention Registration - 1980
  • RTNDA Convention Resolutions - 1980
  • 1980 Convention Speeches - 1980
  • Series 5: 1983 ADDENDUM
  • Box 90:
  • Tax Returns: 990, 990 T - 1963-1964, 1968-1975
  • Financial Statements - 1968-1972
  • Financial Statements, October 24 - 1973
  • Audit Report, October 25 1973 - November 30 1974 - 1973-1974
  • Tax Returns: 990, 990 T - 1976
  • Financial Statements, 2nd Quarter - 1976
  • Filbey, Summers, Abolt, Good & Kiddoo Correspondence - 1977
  • Financial Report - 1977
  • Convention Correspondence - 1977-1978
  • Miscellaneous Correspondence - 1977-1980
  • Tax Returns: 990, W-2s - 1978-1979
  • Treasurer - Correspondence, Reports, Policies - 1978-1980
  • Quarterly Tax Return Form 941 - 1978
  • Unaudited Financial Report for the six months, ended June 30 - 1978
  • Placement Committee Procedures, November - 1978
  • Report on Examination of the Financial Statements for the year ended December 31 - 1978
  • Financial Reports - 1978
  • Balance Sheet, First Quarter - 1979
  • Employee Payroll - 1979
  • Legal Budget - 1979
  • Convention - Financial - 1979
  • Budget - 1979
  • RTNDA Investment Program Material - 1979
  • RTNDA Investments - 1979
  • RTNDA Foundation - 1980
  • Legal Expense - 1980
  • Financial Statements for period ended September 30 - 1979
  • Report on Examination of the Financial Statements for the year ended December 31 - 1979
  • Financial Report - 1979
  • RTNDA Investments - 1980
  • Box 91:
  • 1980 Convention - Hollywood-by-the-Sea, Florida - 1980
  • Convention - 1980
  • Convention Bills - 1980
  • Financial Statements as of September 30 - 1980
    Correspondence with Diplomat Hotel, et. Al
  • Financial Reports - 1980
  • White House Papers: 1982 Budget Face Sheet, "The Economic Plan", Media Liaison Office, Elizabeth Hanford Dole - 1982
  • Series 6: SECOND 1983 ADDENDUM
  • Box 92:
  • 1979 Conference - Caesars Palace, Las Vegas - 1979
  • 1979 Convention - Cassette Service - 1979
  • 1979 Convention - Comps. - 1979
  • Convention Correspondence - 1979
  • Convention Exhibits - 1979
  • 1979 Convention - Form Letters - 1979
  • Convention - Networks and other special groups - 1979
  • Conventions - Resolutions - 1979
  • 1979 Convention - Speeches and Remarks - Paul White Banquet, Mrs. Clark, Walter Cronkite, Richard Salaut, Howard K. Smith
  • Correspondence and Information - 1967-1971
  • Correspondence and Information - 1972-1973
  • Correspondence and Information - 1974, 1977-1979
  • Correspondence and Information - 1980-1981
  • Box 93:
  • Correspondence and Information - 1982-1983
  • RTNDA Awards Correspondence - 1975-1977
  • RTNDA Awards Correspondence - 1977-1978
  • Awards - 1978-1980
  • Correspondence Concerning RTNDA Communicator - 1970-1977
  • Bruxelles - Belgique - 1972-1975
  • Correspondence and Complimentary Communicator mailings, January 26 1971 to August 2 1979 - 1971-1979
  • Computer Notices - 1979
  • Miscellaneous Correspondence - 1976-1981
  • Radio and TV News Directors Foundation - 1963-1970
  • Radio and TV News Directors Foundation/Scholarship - 1967-1973
  • RTNDA Scholarship - 1975-1977
  • Scholarship Correspondence - 1978-1979
  • Scholarship Winners - 1979
  • Scholarship Promotional Materials - 1971
  • Box 94:
  • Introduction to Legal Guides to Broadcasting from the Courtroom - 1979
  • Updates of States
  • Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California
  • Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia
  • Florida (folder 1)
  • Florida (folder 2)
  • Florida (folder 3), Georgia, Hawaii
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri
  • Box 95:
  • Access to Scene of Crime, Public Hearins and News Scenes - 1978-1980
  • CBS Outtakes - 1981
  • CIA and the Press - 1977
  • Execution Coverage - 1977-1978
  • Intelligence Indentites Protection Act - 1980-1982
  • Le Mistral, Inc. V. CBS - 1978-1979
  • News Releases
  • News Source and Information Protection Act of 1975
  • Nixon Tapes, Release of
  • Obsenity Cases
  • PBS Step I
  • Press and Rights of Privacy
  • Prior Constraint - 1978-1980
  • Tariff TT 77-23
  • Television Coverage of Congress
  • Media Criticism Agnew/Klein - 1969-1970
  • Media Criticism GEN'L
  • Media Criticism - 3 MI Island - 1980
  • Media Criticism - Violence - 1977
  • Congressional Record concerning David Louie - 1970
  • Box 96:
  • Education - Journalism NCEW
  • Workshops and Conferences - 1978-1980
  • Wharton Training Program - 1980
  • Wharton Registrations - 1981
  • Wharton GEN'L - 1981
  • December 1981 Survey on Members' Interest in Sterling/Wharton Seminars in 1982 - 1981-1982
  • Sterling Institute Management Seminar, February - 1980
  • Sterling March 81 Debacle
  • Management Seminars; Conferences; Miscellaneous - 1980-1981
  • Edward Bliss, a lecture to the University of Kansas School of Journalism, April 8 [no year given]
  • Dorsey, Thomas W. - 1963, 1972
  • Myron A. Farber - 1978
  • Joe Pennington - 1979
  • Roy, Shayne - 1975
  • Frank W. Snepp III - 1980
  • Hugo Zacchini, the "Human Cannonball" - 1977
  • RTNDA By-Laws, Non-Profit Resolution
  • Radio-Television News Directors Association-Resolution - 1967
  • RTNDA - Merrill Lynch - 1973-175
  • Board Elections - 1977-1979
  • Past Board of Directors (permanent) - 1947-1978
  • Past Board Member List (Eligible for elected office by virtue of prior board service) Perm. - 1947-1979
  • Applications to be approved by regional directors - 1974
  • Charley Jones 'Scroll' - 1980
  • All-News Radio Survey, AU - 1977
  • Survey on Sonsultants, AU - 1979
  • Sexual Harassment Survey - 1981
  • Wire Guidelines
  • Photographs: Board Meeting and White House Briefing, March - 1981
  • Photographs: RTNDA Booth NAB Convention - 1980
  • Photographs: Washington Convention, November - 1981
  • Photographs: Barney Oldfield at Cape Canaveral (5)
  • Box 97:
  • RTNDA New Accountants - 1981
  • Accountants Reports - 1981-1984
  • RTNDA Accountants - 1981-1982
  • RTNDA Board Activity - 1980-1981
  • RTNDA Commodities - 1980-1981
  • Convention - San Fransisco - 1977
  • Convention - Atlanta - 1978
  • RTNDA - Vegas - 1979
  • 1980 Convention Receipts - 1980
  • Hotel Bills - New Orleans - 1981
  • New Orleans Convention - Correspondence - 1981
  • Box 98:
  • New Orleans Hotel - Timetables - 1981
  • Vegas Conventions - 1982
  • Convention Costs - 1977-1980
  • RTNDA - Director Replacement - 1981
  • Financial Statements - 1980-1981
  • Financial Statements - 1982
  • Financial Statements - 1983
  • Financial Statements - 1984
  • Box 99:
  • RTNDA - Bank Statements (1st American) - 1980-1981
  • 1st American Bank - 1982
  • 1st American - 1983
  • Investment Review - 1982
  • RTNDA - Legal Costs - 1980-1983
  • RTNDA - Len Allen Reports - 1978-1982
  • Investments (Merrill-Lynch) - 1980-1981
  • Merrill-Lynch Invest - 1982
  • Merrill-Lynch Rdy Assets - 1983
  • RTNDA - Monthly Statements - 1979
  • RTNDA - Monthly Expenses/Deposits - 1980
  • RTNDA - Monthly Op. Expenses - 1981
  • Box 100:
  • Monthly Operations Expenses - 1982
  • Monthly Operations Expenses - 1983
  • Monthly Operations Expenses (January - May) - 1984
  • Perpetual American - 1983
  • RTNDA - Placements - 1981-1982
  • RTNDA - Regional, May 10 - 1978-1980
  • RTNDA - Regionals - 1982
  • RTNDA - [Stock] Investments - 1980-1981
  • RTNDA - [Stock] Investments - 1981-1982
  • RTNDA - [Stock] Investments - 1983
  • Taxes - 1980-1982
  • Winters Savings RTNDA - 1980-1981
  • Winters Account - 1982
  • Winters - 1983
  • Series 7: 1989 ADDENDUM
  • Box 101:
  • Amateur Radio Rulemakings Proceedings - 1984-1986
  • Cameras in the Senate - 1985-1987
    Including a letter from Sen. Robert Byrd
  • Censorship - 1987
  • Certificates of Deposit - Short Term - 1984
  • Clippings - 1985-1988
  • Convention - Orlando - 1987
  • Convention - Planning Materials - 1986-1988
  • Conventions - Pre-Registration - 1983-1986
  • Convention - Salt Lake City - 1986
  • Correspondence - General - 1985-1986
  • Correspondence - General - 1986-1988
  • Cremer/Yoakam Textbook - 1982, 1984
  • Dreyfus Number Nine Investment Co. - 1982-1984
  • Dreyfus Liquid Assets - 1983-1985
  • Electronic Media Coverage in Federal Courtrooms - 1985-1986
  • Fairness Doctrine - 1984-1987
    Includes undated materials
  • First Amendment Congress - 1986-1987
  • Box 102:
  • Indecency Case - 1987
  • Indecency Case - 1988
    Includes undated materials
  • Incorporation - 1986-1987
  • Licensing Civilian Remote Sensing - 1985-1986
  • Licensing Civilian Remote Sensing - 1986-1987
    Includes undated materials
  • Membership Analysis - 1985
  • Merrill-Lynch - 1979-1980, 1984-1985
  • Morrison vs U.S. - 1985-1988
  • NS & T Bank - 1986-1987
  • News from RTNDA - 1986-1988
  • Norman Lester and Associates - 1986
  • Parody (Hustler US Falwell) - 1986-1988
  • Press Access to Trial and Pretrial Hearings - 1985-1986, 1988
  • Box 103:
  • RNC Capital Management Co. - 1979-1985
  • Recordings of Telephone Conversations - 1985, 1987
  • Reporters Shield Law - 1986
  • Scholarships - 1985-1987
  • Sandquist Case - 1988
  • Sunshine Act - 1985-1986
  • Box 104:
  • ABC vs. Ronald Reagan and Larry Speakes - 1981
  • Awards Committee - 1978-1985
  • Cable TV - 1981
  • Cameras in Courtrooms - 1981-1982
  • Cameras in Courtrooms - 1983-1984
  • Cameras in the Senate - 1982-1984
    Includes undated materials
  • Careers in Broadcast News
  • Child Snatcher Case - 1982
  • Coe Case - 1983
  • Communicator Advertising - 1981
  • Computer Workshop - 1983
  • Convention - Insurance Coverage - 1981-1983
  • Convention - Nashville - 1985
  • Conventions - Site Information - 1974, 1977, 1980-1986
  • Deregulation - Clippings - 1982-1984 Includes undated materials
  • Deregulation - Correspondence - 1981-1982
  • Deregulation - Correspondence - 1982-1984
  • Box 105:
  • Equal Opportunites and the Fairness Doctrine - NBC Political Broadcast Procedure Manual - 1976
  • Executive Vice President's Reports - 1983-1987
  • Fairness Doctrine - Background Materials - 1972-1984
    Includes undated materials
  • Federal Communications Commissia - 1973-1982
    Includes undated materials
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency - 1981
  • Federal Polygraph Limitation and Anti-Censorship Act - 1984
  • Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure - 1981-1982
  • First Amendment - Background and Information - 1971-1985
    Includes undated materials
  • First Amendment Congress - 1980-1985
  • First Amendment Congress Newsletter - 1981-1985
  • Foundation - Account Records - 1983-1984
  • Foundation - Correspondence - 1981-1984
  • Freedom of Information Act - 1980-1984
  • Box 106:
  • Gannett Co. vs DePasquale Case - 1979-1980
  • Hartfod/ABC Sports Problem - 1981, 1984
  • Intelligence Indentites Protection Act - 1981-1982
  • Interim Audits - 1974-1981
  • League of Women Voters Education Fund vs FCC - 1983
  • Legal Costs - 1983-1985
  • Legislation - 1981
  • Libel Refense Resource Center - 1981-1984
  • Membership Campaign - 1984
  • Membership Materials
  • Merrill Lynch - 1984
  • Miscellaneous Legal Materials - 1978-1984
  • National Association of Broadcasters Problems - 1981
  • National Broadcast Editorial Association - Co-sponsor of survey - 1982
  • New World Information Order - 1981
  • Newsroom Searches - 1978-1981
    Includes undated materials
  • Norman Lester and Associates - 1981-1984
  • Outtakes Case - 1983
  • Personal Attack and Political Editorial Rules - 1983-1984
  • Personal Policy - 1984
  • Box 107:
  • Placement Services Committee - 1981-1985
  • Political Broadcast Regulations - 1980-1983
  • Presidential Briefing - Transcript and Notes - 1977
  • Pre-Trial Hearings - 1975-1984
    Includes undated materials
  • Public Records Access - 1981
  • Publications Committee - 1983-1984
  • Radio Free Europe - 1975, 1981-1982
  • Radio News Handbook for the Small Market Station - 1977-1978
  • Regional Conference - Correspondence - 1977
  • Regional Directors Information - 1978-1979
  • Regional Directors Responsibilities - 1983
  • Regional Finances - 1981-1984
  • Regional Meetings - 1982-1984
  • Regional Newsletters - October - 1983
  • Reporter's Committee for Freedom of the Press - 1981
  • Research Committee - 1981-1984
  • Richmond Newspapers vs. Virginia - 1979-1980
  • Shield Laws - Background Information - 1971-1984
    Includes undated materials
  • 60 Minutes Case - 1983
  • Spectrum Utilization - 1983
  • Subpeonas - 1978-1980
    Includes undated materials
  • Television News Library - 1984
  • Uniform Information Practices Code
  • Box 108:
  • Advertising Representative - 1987
  • Amateur Radio Use for Journalistic Endevors: Correspondence, Statements, Legal Materials - 1984-1985
  • Anderson, Terry - 1989
  • Annual Report - 1986
  • Annual Report - 1987
  • Audio Cassettes - Miscellaneous Undated
    Three cassettes
  • Aviation Safety - 1983-1989
  • Awards Committee - 1978-1986
  • Awards Committee - 1987
  • Awards - Committee Program - 1988
  • Awards Committee - 1989
  • Box 109:
  • Bank Reconciliation - 1986-1987
  • Baseball Photographic Coverage - 1985
  • Bicentennial of the Constitution - Correspondence - 1986-1987
    Includes a letter from Warren Burger
  • Board of Directors - Correspondence - 1983-1984
  • Board of Directors - Correspondence - 1984-1985
    Includes undated materials
  • Board of Directors - Correspondence - 1986
  • Board of Directors - Correspondence - 1987
  • Board of Directors - Correspondence - 1988
  • Board of Directors - Meeting, June - 1985
  • Board of Directors - December - 1985
    Correspondence, background material, and notes
  • Board of Directors - Correspondence - 1989
  • Box 110:
  • Board of Directors - Meeting, August 25 - 1986
  • Board Meeting, June 6 - 1987
    Agenda, minutes, notes
  • Board Meeting, September 5 - 1987
    Agenda, minutes, notes
  • Board Meeting, January 7 - 1988
    Correspondence, minutes, notes
  • Board of Directors - Meeting, June - 1988
  • Board of Directors - Meeting, September - 1988
  • Board of Directors - Meeting, December - 1988
    Correspondence, minutes, notes
  • Board Meeting - March - 1989
    Background materials, minutes, notes
  • Board of Directors - Board Meeting, June - 1989
    Minutes, notes, background materials
  • Box 111:
  • Board of Directors - Meeting, September - 1989
    Notes
  • Board of Directors - Meeting, November - 1989
    Agenda, minutes, notes
  • Board of Directors - Welcome Package for New Members - 1988
  • Board of Trustees - Meeting Minutes, April - 1988
  • Board of Trustees - Meeting Minutes, June - 1988
  • Board of Trustees - Meeting, December - 1988
    Correspondence, agenda, notes
  • Board Per Diem - 1983-1989
  • Boston Plane Crash Ruling - 1982
    Correspondence, Ttanscript
  • Broadcast Communications - RTNDA Column - 1981-1985
    Correspondence, typescripts, notes
  • Broadcast Communications - Articles - 1926
  • Broadcasting Situation - 1986
  • Brunner, Bob - Notes - 1988
  • Budget - 1986
  • Budget - 1987
  • Budget - 1988
  • Business Meeting, August - 1986
  • Box 112:
  • Calgary Information - 1988
    Correspondence, background material
  • Cameras and Microphones in Public Meetings - 1985
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - Access to the Supreme Court and Federal Courts - 1977-1984
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - Background Materials - 1978-1989 Includes undated materials
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - Correspondence - 1977-1989
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - Correspondence - 1989
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - Judicial Conference of the US - 1983-1984
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Alabama - 1976-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Alaska - 1981-1988
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Arizona - 1974-1982
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Arkansas - 1979-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, California - 1977-1983
  • Box 113:
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Colorado - 1977-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Connecticut - 1979-1982
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Delaware - 1979-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, District of Columbia - 1982-1984
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Florida - 1977-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Georgia - 1977-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Hawaii - 1981-1987
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Idaho - 1979-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Illinois - 1978-1988
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Indiana - 1977-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Iowa - 1979-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Kansas - 1979-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Kentucky - 1977-1979
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Louisiana - 1974-1985
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Maine - 1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Maryland - 1976
  • Box 114:
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Massachusetts - 1979-1982
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Michigan - 1972-1989
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Minnesota - 1977-1988
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Mississippi - 1981-1984
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Missouri - 1981-1989
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Montana - 1977-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Nebraska - 1977-1983
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Nevada - 1978-1980
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, New Hampshire - 1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, New Jersey - 1978-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, New Mexico - 1978-1983
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, New York - 1979-1989
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, North Carolina - 1979-1988
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, North Dakota - 1980
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Ohio - 1978-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Oklahoma - 1957, 1965, 1971, 1974, 1977-1986
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Oklahoma (continued) - 1957, 1965, 1971, 1974, 1977-1986
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Oregon - 1978-1985
  • Box 115:
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Pennsylavania - 1978-1983
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Rhode Island - 1981-1988
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, South Carolina - 1979-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, South Dakota - 1977-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Tennesse - 1978-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Texas - 1979-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Utah - 1977-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Vermot - 1981-1989
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Virgina - 1976-1987
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Washington - 1977-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, West Virginia - 1978-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Wisconsin - 1974-1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Positions, Wyoming - 1981
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Supreme Court Survey - 1987
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - State Supreme Court Correspondence - 1981-1982
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - A Survey of the United States, by Frank M. White, August - 1978
  • Cameras in the Senate - Background Materials, Notes, Clippings - 1982-1985
  • Cameras in the Senate - C-Span Surveys and Releases
  • Cameras in the Senate - Correspondence - 1982-1986
  • "Careers in Broadcast News" Ad Pamphlet - 1987
  • Box 116:
  • Congressional Reform - 1988
    Includes undated materials
  • Constitutional Amendments - 1983-1988
  • Constitutional Rewrite - 1984-1988
  • CIA vs ABC - 1985
  • Chandler vs Florida - 1980-1981
  • Chicago Panel - Background Materials - 1986-1988
  • Communicator Correspondence - 1982-1988
  • Communicator Correspondence
    Undated
  • Communicator Editorial Planner - 1987-1990
  • Communicator Rate Cards - 1982, 1988-1989
  • Computer Documentation - 1988
  • Computer Proposal - 1988
  • Box 117:
  • Convention - Catering Arrangements, San Antonio, December 4-11 - 1984
  • Convention - Correspondence, Opryland, Nashville TN, September 11-15 - 1985
  • Convention - Correspondence - 1988
  • Convention - Business Meeting, Las Vegas, December 1-2 - 1988
    Minutes, suggested resolutions, correspondence, notes
  • Convention - Exhibitor Guide and Directory - 1986-1988
  • Convention - Flyers - 1983-1988
  • Convention - Kansas City, September - 1989
    Correspondence, programs
  • Convention - Las Vegas - 1988
    Correspondence
  • Convention - Phoenix Cancellation - 1987-1988
  • Convention Planning Notebook I - 1988
  • Convention Planning Notebook I (continued) - 1988
  • Convention Planning Notebook I (continued) - 1988
  • Convention Planning Notebook II - 1988
  • Convention Planning Notebook II (continued) - 1988
  • Box 118:
  • Convention Planning Notebook II (continued) - 1988
  • Convention Planning Notebook III - 1988
  • Convention Planning Notebook - 1989
  • Convention Planning Notebook (continued) - 1989
  • Convention Planning Notebook (continued) - 1989
  • Convention - Programs - 1982-1983, 1985-1988
  • Convention - RTNDA Daily News, Orlando - 1987
  • Convention - RTNDA Daily News, Las Vegas - 1988
  • Correspondence with University of Iowa - 1980-1981
  • Correspondent's Dinner - 1988-1989
  • Cratt, Christine - 1985-1986
  • Datatransmissions Guidelines Committee - 1985-1988
  • Box 119:
  • Directory - 1986-1987
  • Disaster Plans - 1978-1983
    Includes undated materials
  • Education and Professional Development - 1978-1989
    Correspondence, brochures
  • Education Liason Correspondence - 1984-1985
  • Education Liason Correspondence - 1986
  • Education Liason Correspondence - 1987
  • Education Liason Correspondence - 1988-1989
    Includes undated materials
  • Edward R. Murrow Awards - Programs - 1987-1988
  • Elections - 1987
  • Elections - 1988
  • Electronic Public Access to Court: A Proposal for Implementation Today, Novemeber - 1982
  • Electronic Publishers - 1984
  • Employee Benefits - 1984-1989
  • Box 120:
  • Equal Opportunites - 1983-1987
  • Executive Committee - Acting as Personnel Committee, January - 1989
    Correspondence
  • Ethics Committee - 1984-1989
  • Executive Committee - Conference Call, March - 1985
  • Executive Committee - Meeting, March - 1985
    Correspondence, minutes, notes
  • Executive Committee - Meeting Minutes, June - 1985
  • Executive Committee - Meeting, September - 1985
    Correspondence, notes
  • Executive Committee - Meeting, August - 1986
    Correspondence, minutes, notes
  • Executive Committee - Meeting, October - 1986
    Correspondence, minutes, notes
  • Executive Committee - at NAB convention, March - 1987
    Background materials, agenda, notes
  • Executive Committee - August - 1987
  • Executive Committee - October - 1987
    Minutes, notes, background materials
  • Executive Committee - April - 1988
    Minutes, notes, president's reports
  • Executive Committee - Meeting, June - 1988
  • Executive Committee - Meeting Minutes, September - 1988
  • Executive Committee - Meeting, November - 1988
    Correspondence, agenda, minutes, notes
  • Executive Committee - Meeting, March 9 - 1989
    Notes, minutes, president's reports
  • Executive Committee - Meeting, April - 1989
    Minutes, notes
  • Executive Committee - Meeting Minutes, June - 1989
  • Box 121:
  • Exhibit Policy - 1984-1988
  • Expanded Media Coverage - Coast Guard - 1986
  • Expanded Media Coverage - Coast Guard (continued) - 1986
  • Expense Journal - 1978-1979
  • FCC Inquiry into Rules and Obligations under the Fairness Doctrine - 1984-1986
  • FIOA Amendment Proposal - 1985
  • Fairness Doctrine - Background Information - 1982-1988
  • Fairness Doctrine - Background Information (continued) - 1982-1988
  • Box 122:
  • Fairness Doctrine - News Directors Complaints - 1973-1983
    Includes undated materials, correspondence, articles, rulings
  • Fairness Doctrine - Repeal Section 315 - Background Materials - 1975-1983
    Includes undated materials
  • Fairness Doctrine - Section 315 Correspondence, Background Material - 1977-1981
  • Fairness Doctrine - Section 315 Repeal Committee - 1982
    Correspondence, minutes, notes
  • Fairness Doctrine - Section 315 Repeal Clippings - 1981-1984
  • Fairness Doctrine - Section 315 Repeal Correspondence - 1981-1983
    Including a letter from Sen. Bob Packwood
  • Fairness Doctrine - Section 315 Repeal Maile[r?] N.D.
    Draft, copy
  • Fairness Doctrine - Section 315 Repeal - National Association of Broadcasters Materials - 1979-1983
  • Fairness Doctrine - Section 315 Repeal Speeches, June - 1978-1982
  • Fairness Doctrine - Section 315 Repeal Speeches, July - 1982-1984
    Includes undated materials
  • Fairness Doctrine - Statement of the RTNDA Submitted to Committees of the Congress…, March - 1981
  • Fairness Doctrine - Veto, Correspondence, Background, Notes, Photos - 1987
    Includes undated materials and letters from Strom Thurmond, Paul Simon and Ronald Reagan
  • Box 123:
  • Farren and Cranford - Correspondence - 1987-1988
  • Fellowships - 1987
  • Financial Correspondence - 1986-1988
  • Financial Investments - 1979-1988
  • Freedom of Information Committee - 1984
  • Frequency Coordination - 1986-1988
  • "From Handsat to Mediasat" by Robert J. Aamoth
  • Future Conventions - Correspondence and Plans - 1982-1985
  • Future Conventions - 1986-1987
  • Future Conventions - Correspondence and Plans - 1988-1989
    Includes undated materials
  • Future Trends in Broadcast Journalism: RTNDA Job Study, June - 1984
  • Government Regulation of News and Public Affairs Programming on Broadcast Stations - 1981
  • Guide to Broadcasting from the Courtroom: A Compolation of Legal Materials Regarding Coverage of Judicial Proceedings by the Electronic Media, February - 1978
  • High Definition Television - 1987
  • Historian - 1984-1986
  • Historical Committee - 1989
  • Box 124:
  • IRS Dealings - 1988-1989
  • International Committee - 1986-1987
  • Investment Committee - 1988
  • Job Information Committee - 1988
  • Journalists in Space - 1985-1986
  • Lexington Symposium on Foreign Policy and Remote Sensing - 1988
  • Licensing of Private Remote Sensing Space Systems - 1984-1986
  • Long Range Planning Committee - 1981-1986
  • Management Study - 1986-1987
  • Long Range Planning Committee, July - 1987-1988
  • Long Range Planning Committee - 1988-1989
    Includes undated materials
  • Management Relations - 1983-1988
  • Magid Study - 1984
  • Medallion Club - 1987-1988
  • Media in Space - Research Articles - 1985-1989
  • Box 125:
  • Media in Space Task Force - Meeting, January 21 - 1987
  • Media in Space Task Force - Meeting, July 13 - 1987
  • Membership Committee - 1984-1988
  • Membership Correspondence - 1985-1989
  • Membership Reports - 1983
  • Membership Reports - 1984
  • Membership Reports - 1985
  • Membership Reports - 1986
  • Membership Reports - 1987
  • Membership Reports - 1988
  • Membership Reports - 1989
  • Membership Solicitation Materials
  • Membership Survey Analysis - 1987
  • National Association of Broadcasters - Convention - 1989
    Correspondence, promotional materials, notes
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - Petition Reconsideration - 1986-1988
  • Box 126:
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - Rulemakings - 1986-1989
  • News and Team Management Seminar (flyer) - 1986
  • News Helicopters - 1984-1988
  • News Media Coverage of Judicial Proceedings with Cameras and Microphones: A Survey of the States, March 1 - 1989
  • News Media Coverage of Judicial Proceedings with Cameras and Microphones: A Survey of the States - Quarterly Revisions - 1987-1989
    Two folders
  • "No Greater Love" - 1986
  • Nominating Committee - 1988
  • Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Proposed Amendments o Sunshine Act - 1985
  • Office Lease - 1979-1981
  • The Ohio State Awards - 1987-1988
  • Oklahoma Hospital Association vs Oklahoma Publishers Company - 1985
  • Pennsylavania Rules of Civil Procedure - 1985
  • People to People - 1986
  • Personal Attack and Political Editorial Rules - 1983
  • Personnel - 1988-1989
  • Photographs: Lou Adler and Eric Sevareld
  • Plastic Member Cards - 1986
  • Box 127:
  • "Pooling" Public Events of News Interest - 1985
    Testimony before Senate Rules Committee
  • Poynter Institute - 1989
  • Presidential Search - 1989
  • Press Access to Military Operations - Correspondence - 1983-1984
  • Press Access to Military Operations - Correspondence, Background Materials, Articles - 1984-1986
  • Press Releases - 1986
  • Priddy, Bob - Correspondence - 1988
  • Proposed Constitutional Change - 1989
  • Proposed Membership Campaign, September - 1984
  • Publications Committee - 1982-1986
  • Publications Committee - 1987-1989
  • Quello, James H. - Speech to Detroit Adcraft Club - 1985
  • Radio Committee - 1983-1989
  • Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty - Denial of Press Accredidation at 1984 Winter Olympics - 1977-1984
    Correspondence, background materials, clippings
  • Box 128:
  • Reagan's Space Policy, January-February - 1988
  • Restricting - 1988
  • Regional Committee - 1987-1989
  • Research Committee - Reports, Correspondence - 1981
  • Regional Committee - 1985-1989
  • Research Committee - Published Articles by Vernon A. Stone - 1973-1983
  • Richmond Newspapers vs. Virginia - 1980
  • Rulings, January-February - 1987
  • Rulings, March - 1987
  • Rulings, April-May - 1987
  • Satellite - News Gathering Trucks - 1986-1988
  • Schultz, Ernest - Appointment to RTNDA President
    Correspondence, notes
  • Schultz, Ernest - Resignation - 1988-1989
    News release, clipping, invitation
  • Space Buisiness Roundtable - 1985
  • Skin Test Panel - Transcript
  • Space Law - 1985
  • Box 129:
  • Sports Committee - 1985-1989
  • Staff Memos - 1986-1989
  • Sunshine Act Regulations - 1985
  • Talloires Conference - Correspondence, Background Material, Photographs - 1983
  • Telephone Interviewee Consent for Future Conversation Broadcast - Correspondence, Statements, Legal Materials - 1985
  • Temporary Flight Restrictions - Correspondence, Background Material - 1982-1983
  • Transcription Report - 1986
  • Travel Expenses and Forms - 1987-1988
  • Travel Policy - 1987
  • UPI Awards - 1988
  • Undergraduate and Graduate Scholarships - 1987-1989
    Applications, information, poster
  • Vacations - 1982-1985
  • Vacations - 1986
  • Vacations - 1987
  • Vacations - 1988
  • Washington DC Regional - 1988
  • Winas Case - 1985
  • Box 130:
  • Communicator April/May and March - 1989, 1990
  • Intercom, Vol. 7, No. 5
  • Box 131:
  • Annual Report - 1987
  • Awards Correspondence - 1982-1987
  • Background Notes on RTNDA - 1984
  • Barker, Eddie - Presidential Acceptance Speech - 1968
  • Board of Directors Agenda, December 4 - 1988
  • Board of Directors Agenda, September 12 - 1989
  • Board of Directors Agenda, December 2 - 1989
  • Board of Directors Agenda, March 17 - 1990
  • Board of Directors Handbook - 1990
  • Board of Directors Meeting Minutes, December 2 - 1989
  • Box 132:
  • Board of Trustees Agenda, March 16 - 1990
  • Bormann, Jim - Correspondence - 1971
  • Bormann, Jim - Correspondence - 1972, 1974
    Includes undated materials
  • Chairman's Report - 1989
  • Committee Meetings, December 5-7 - 1985
  • Region 1 Conferences - 1984-1986
  • Region 2 Conferences - 1982-1987
  • Region 3 Conference - 1983-1986
  • Region 4 Conferences - 1983-1987
  • Region 5 Conference - 1983-1985
  • Region 6 Conference - 1987-1986
  • Region 7 Conference - 1983-1988
  • Box 133:
  • Region 8 Conferences - 1983-1987
  • Region 9 Conference - 1983-1988
  • Region 10 Conferences - 1983-1985
  • Region 11 Conferences - 1984-1988
  • Region 12 Conferences - 1983-1988
  • Region 13 Conference - 1982-1987
  • Region 14 Conferences - 1983-1987
  • Conference - Super Regional - 1985
  • Correspondence - Re: Publication of Ann Utterback's Book - 1989
  • Correspondence - Regarding Regional Meetings - 1982-1988
  • Correspondence - Regional Directors - 1982-1983
  • Box 134:
  • Executive Committee - Agenda, November 30 - 1989
  • Executive Committee - Agenda, March 15 - 1990
  • Executive Committee - Meeting Minutes, November 30 - 1989
  • Expense Reports - 1989
  • Miscellaneous Documents and Reports - 1988
  • Financial Statements, December 31 - 1988, 1989
  • Fazio Report, February - 1990
  • Guidelines for Regional Meetings
  • Proposed Constitutional Change - 1984
  • Regional Conference Materials - 1982-1983
  • Roper Report - 1987
  • Newswriting Workshop - 1986-1988
  • Paul White Award History - 1990
  • Oversized Photo - 5th Annual RTNDA Banquet, Chicago, November 18 - 1950
    Located on top of boxes
  • Series 8: "NEW INITIATIVE"
    Consists mainly of materials from the 1980s - 1990s.
  • Box 135:
  • Financial Status of RTNDA as of 1993 -
  • Future Trends in Broadcast Journalism - 1984
  • Interview of Paul Harvey
  • International Conference, October 12 - 1973
  • International Conference, September 30 - 1982
  • Legal Issues, Inlcuding Antitrust
  • Legal Issues, Inlcuding Cameras in Court
  • Legal Issues, Inlcuding Libel, Freedom of Information, Jury Selection
  • Long Range Planning
  • Membership
  • Membership Survey Analysis - 1983, 1987
  • Edward R. Murrow Awards - Program Committee - 1993
  • Herb Morrison - Resolution
  • National Association of Broadcasters
  • National Conference, September 19-25 - 1983
  • News Media Coverage of Judicial Proceedings with Cameras and Microphones: A Survey of the States - 1990
  • News Media Coverage of Judicial Proceedings with Cameras and Microphones: A Survey of the States - 1991
  • Newspaper/Magazine Clippings - Assorted
  • Photographs - Assorted
  • Presidential Transition - 1989
  • Presidential Transition (continued) - 1989
  • Press Releases - 1981-1982
  • Press Releases - 1983
  • Press Releases - 1984
  • Press Releases - 1987-1988
  • Press Releases - 1989-1990
  • Press Releases - 1985-1986
  • Press Releases - 1991-1992
  • RTNDA Daily News
  • RTNDA 2000 Task Force
  • Regional Elections
  • Short Range Planning
  • Speeches, Addresses, Interviews - Inlcuding Don Hewitt, Douglas Edwards, Tom Brokaw, Mike Wallace
  • Box 136:
  • RTNDF Health Care or Scare, Vol, I-III
  • Minutes - Various Meetings - 1974-1993
  • Scholarship Correspondence - 1978-1982
  • RTNDF News Management Workshop - 1992
  • RTNDF Environmental Issues for the 90s by Rob't A. Logan - 1992
  • Correspondence: Outgoing, May-June - 1993
  • Correspondence: Outgoing, July-September - 1993
  • Correspondence: Outgoing, October - 1993
  • Correspondence: Outgoing, November-December - 1993
  • Democratic Designs for Electronic Town Meetings
  • RTNDF Scholarship Applications, Hegarty, Chris through Wayman, Kirk - 1994
  • RTNDF World Population and the Environment, A Journalists Resource Guide - 1994
  • RTNDF Scholarship Applications, Allen, Chris through Harrell, Jerome - 1994
  • RTNDF Autos in America: Moving Toward Zero Emissions, A Journalists Resource Guide by Frank O'Donnell - 1994
  • RTNDF Beyond the Spotted Owl: Covering the Economy and the Environment in the 90s
  • Board of Directors Meeting, October 12 - 1994
  • RTNDF Environmental Hormones: Chemical Threats to Reproductive Health, A Journalists Resource Guide by Janet Raloff - 1995
  • Freedom of Information Report, October - 1994
  • Jefferson Center Poll on Censorship
  • Journalists in Peril
  • Legal Issues
  • News Clippings, June-March - 1994-1995
  • News Media and the National Interest
  • Photographs
  • RTNDA Convention - 1995
  • RTNDA Conference, Spring, March 29, 30 - 1996
  • Report of the Commission on Radio and Television Policy
  • Box 137:
  • Accrediting Committee
  • Accrediting Committee (continued)
  • Aspen Institute - Communications and Society Program
  • Awards Committee - 1992
  • Broadcast Cable Financial Management Association
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - Clippings
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - Correspondence
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - Experiments
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - Legal Decisions
  • Cameras in the Courtroom - Statements Regarding
  • Convention Task Force
  • Education Liason Committee
  • Equal Opportunity Employment Committee
  • Ethics and Standards Committee
  • International Committee
  • International Conference, September 23-26 - 1992
  • Legal Issues Regarding Press
  • Legal Issues Regarding Press (continued)
  • Legal Issues Regarding Press (continued)
  • Membership Committee
  • Publications Committee
  • Press Clippings, May-September - 1995
  • Press Clippings, May-September (continued) - 1995
  • Radio Committee
  • Regional Committee
  • Box 138:
  • Correspondence - Incoming, March-June - 1989
  • Correspondence - Incoming, July - 1989
  • Correspondence - Incoming, August-October - 1989
  • Correspondence - Incoming, November-February - 1989-1990
  • Correspondence - Incoming, March - 1990
  • Correspondence - Incoming, January-March - 1993
  • Correspondence - Incoming, April-May - 1993
  • Correspondence - Incoming, June-July - 1993
  • Correspondence - Incoming, August-October - 1993
  • Correspondence - Incoming, November-December - 1993
  • Correspondence - Outgoing, September-December - 1990
  • Correspondence - Outgoing, January-February - 1993
  • Correspondence - Outgoing, March-April - 1993
  • Box 139:
  • Clippings Files - March-May - 1993-1994
  • Committees
    Five folders
  • Constitution and Bylaws - Notes and Correspondence Regarding Update - 1990
  • Constitution and Bylaws - Update Materials, Several Copies at Various Stages of Update - 1990
  • Convention Planning - General Information
  • Convention Planning - Information From Selected Conferences
  • Executive Committee Meeting, September 10 - 1989
  • Executive Committee Meeting, September 10 (continued) - 1989
  • Executive Committee Meeting, September 21 - 1989
  • Executive Committee Meeting, November 30 - 1989
  • Executive Committee Meeting, March 15 - 1990
  • Executive Committee Meeting, March 15 (continued) - 1990
  • Executive Committee Meeting, October 27 - 1990
  • Executive Committee Meeting, November 29 - 1990
  • Executive Committee Meeting, March 21 - 1991
  • Executive Committee Meeting, March 21 (continued) - 1991
  • Executive Committee Meeting, January 10 - 1992
  • Executive Committee Meeting, June 4 - 1992
  • Executive Committee Meeting, December 3 - 1994
  • Executive Committee Meeting, Minutes
  • Box 140:
  • American Bar Association - National Conference of Lawyers and Representatives of the Media, March 12 1988, March 10 1990
  • American Bar Association - National Conference of Lawyers and Representatives of the Media - 1990
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • An Analysis and Evaluation of the Satellite Television Education Project - 1980
  • Banner
  • Board of Directors Meeting, September 12 - 1989
  • Board of Directors Meeting, September 12 (continued) - 1989
  • Board of Directors Meeting, March 17 - 1990
  • Board of Directors Meeting, March 17 (continued) - 1990
  • Board of Directors Meeting, June 2 - 1990
  • Board of Directors Meeting, September 17 - 1990
  • Board of Directors Meeting, September 23 - 1990
  • Board of Directors Meeting, March 23 - 1991
  • Board of Directors Meeting, March 23 (continued) - 1991
  • Board of Directors Meeting, March 23 (continued) - 1991
  • Board of Directors Meeting, September 24 - 1991
  • Board of Directors Meeting, January 11-12 - 1992
  • Board of Directors Meeting, January 6-7 - 1992
  • Board of Directors Meeting, March 25-26 - 1994
  • Board of Directors Meetings - Minutes - 1972-1978
  • Board of Directors Meetings - Minutes - 1979-1995
  • Business Meetings
  • Clipping Files, February-March - 1990-1991
  • Clipping Files, April-May - 1992
  • Clipping Files, May-February - 1992-1993
  • Box 141:
  • Communicator Magazine
    Assorted 1990s publications
  • Box 142:
  • Intercom
    Assorted 1980s publications
  • Box 143:
  • Bank Deposit Slips, 1st American - 1982
  • RTNDA Committee Charis List - 1982
  • RTNDA of Canada - 1979
  • Mailing Statements - 1982-1984
  • Bulk Mailing Permit (Bowie) - 1983-1986
  • Awards - 1982
  • BOD, Memos - 1982
  • Financial Statements - 1982
  • Mailing List (Drop Files) - 1982
  • Supporting Members - 1982
  • Membership List (for BOD approval) - 1982
    Three folders
  • Box 144:
  • RTNDA Minutes - 1994
  • Communicator - 1972-1975
  • Box 145:
  • RTNDA News Clippings - 1995-1996
  • Communicator - 1995
  • Box 146:
  • Convention, 42nd Annual RTNDA Conference - Registration and Housing Forms
  • Printing Orders - Registration List, RTNDA Convention - 1988
  • Convention Furniture and Equipment Rental - 1988
  • Convention Press Registration and Badges - 1988
  • Convention General Program - 1988
  • Convention Promotion - BMP - 1988
  • RTNDA Daily News Coverage of 1988 Convention - 1988
  • Convention General Information - 1988
  • Convention Housing Delegate List - 1988
  • Box 147:
  • Convention Menus, Wine Lists, and Wait Staff - 1988
  • Convention Menus, Wine Lists, and Wait Staff (continued) - 1988
  • Convention Contracts (Correspondence) and Floor Plans - 1988
  • Convention Entertainment and Exhibits - 1988
  • Awards - 1988
  • Convention Badges - 1988
  • Convention - Lease, Margins[?] - 1988
  • Convention Mailings - 1987-1988
  • Photographs - 1987
    Contains a single slide
  • Elections, Resolutions - 1987-1988
  • Box 148:
  • Convention Badges - 1988
  • Convention Registration - 1988
  • Convention Exhibitors' Contracts - 1988
    Five folders
  • Convention Registration Payment, Cancelled Checks - 1988
  • Box 149:
  • Convention Spouse Programs and Events - 1987-1988
  • Convention Survey - 1988
  • Convention Survey (continued) - 1988
  • Convention Airlines - 1988
  • Convention Speakers and Speeches (with bios and photos) - 1988
  • Convention Speakers and Speeches (with photos) - 1988
  • Box 150:
  • Convention Speakers - 1988
  • Convention Speakers (continued) - 1988
  • Convention Session Handouts - 1988
  • Convention Miscellaneous - 1988
  • Convention Speaker Registration - 1988
  • Convention Rental Cars - 1988
  • Convention Round Tables - 1988
  • Convention Press Releases, Publicity - 1988
  • Convention Registration - 1987-1989
  • Box 151:
  • Regional Awards - 1992
  • NAB - 1990-1991
  • ES Reception and Dinner - 1989
  • New York Reception - 1989
  • Bartlett Reception, D.C. - 1989
  • Washington Reception - 1989
  • Correspondent's Dinner - 1989
  • Reception Dinner, June - 1989
  • Minutes, BOD, San Antonio, March 21 - 1991
  • BOD, Shoreham, June - 1990
  • Box 152:
  • BOD, Shoreham, June (continued) - 1990
  • BOD, Shoreman, December - 1990
  • BOD, Embassy Row, March - 1990
  • BOD, D.C., Marriot, December - 1989
  • BOD, D.C., Marriot, June - 1989
  • Search Committee, Dupont Plaza, May - 1989
  • Executive Committee, Kansas City, January - 1989
  • Executive Committee, Washington DC, September 20, 22 - 1989
  • BOD, Fontaine Bleau[?], March - 1989
  • Executive Committee, Las Vegas, April/May - 1989
  • Box 153:
  • BOD Conference, June - 1988
  • BOD, June Minutes - 1988
  • BOD, September - 1988
  • BOD, June - 1987
  • NAB, Las Vegas, April - 1988
  • Box 154:
  • Chairman's Report - 1976, 1986-1992
  • RTNDA Minutes - 1980-1989
  • Membership Files (Undated)
  • Membership Files (Undated- continued)
  • BOD Minutes - 1985
  • BOD Minutes - 1990
  • RTNDA Clip Files, May-October - 1992
  • BOD Minutes - 1982-1983
  • BOD Minutes - 1981
  • BOD Minutes - 1980
  • Fagio Report and Foundation Financial Matters - 1982-1990
  • President's Report, pre - 1989
  • Box 155:
  • BOT, Washington DC, March 16 - 1990
  • BOT, Washington DC, April 9 - 1992
  • BOT, San Antonio, March 21 - 1991
  • BOT, September 14 - 1989
  • BOD, Minutes - 1990-1993
  • BOD, Minutes - 1986
  • BOD, Minutes - 1991
  • BOD, Minutes - 1989
  • BOD, Minutes - 1988
  • BOD, Minutes - 1984
  • BOD, Minutes - 1987
  • Box 156:
  • Correspondence, General - 1990
    Four folders
  • Correspondence, President's - 1990
    Three folders
  • Speeches - 1990
  • Reports - 1990
  • Budget - 1990
  • Box 157:
  • Correspondence, General - 1990
  • Correspondence, President's - 1990
    Two folders
  • Correspondence, Charles Bennet files - 1990
    Including resignation proposal
  • Correspondence, Pat Seaman Files - 1990
  • Correspondence, Robert Vaughn (CEO) - 1990
  • RTNDA Financial Matters - 1990
  • Meetings - BOD, Regional, Convention - 1990
  • Speeches, Presentations, Articles - 1990
  • Box 158:
  • Correspondence, President's - 1990
    Six folders
  • Box 159:
  • United States Chamber of Commerce - 1980
  • Association of Independent Television Stations (INTV) - 1977-1979
  • Independent Television Stations (INTA) - 1979
  • Independent News Network (INN) - 1980
  • Gannet Merger - 1979
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) - 1982
  • Cox, C-Span, Emergency Broadcast System - 1977-1982
  • Corporation for Public Broadcasting
  • Conquest of Broadcast Organizations - 1986
  • Cable News Network - 1979-1980
  • Center for Communication - 1980
  • Correpsondent's Dinner - 1986
  • Broadcast Pioneer's Library - 1979-1981
  • Broadcast Promotion Association - 1982-1989
  • Broadcast Education Association
  • Clippings, CBS and Christian Broadcasting Network - 1980
  • RTNDA of Canada, Directories - 1983-1989
  • Qube - 1977-1980
  • Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty - 1976-1984
  • Box 160:
  • Correpondence, General - 1990
  • "Journalism Quarterly" Autumn, 68:3 - 1991
  • Correspondence, Robert Vaughn (CEO) - 1990
  • RTNDA, Budget - 1990
  • Correspondence, President's - 1990
  • RTNDA Clip Files, May-October - 1992
  • Box 161:
  • Minutes, BOD and Executive Committee, RTNDA Correspondence (Las Vegas) - 1983
  • Convention Speeches (Nashville) - 1985
  • Regional Conference - 1984-1986
  • "Kerner Plus 20", "Hispanic Media"
  • Awards - 1988
  • Corporation for Public Broadcasting
    Undated
  • National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)
  • National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Continued
  • Box 162:
  • Asian American Journalists Association
  • NAB Minority Services - 1988-1989
  • Awards - 1987
  • Awards, Regional - 1988-1989
  • Awards, Regional (continued) - 1988-1989
  • Photographs - Regional Convention - 1988
  • Awards, Regional - 1988
  • Regional Meeting, General Files and Correspondence - 1979-1986
  • Regional Meeting, Region 12, Sheraton, NYC, October 17 - 1986
  • FCC, EEO - 1985-1989
  • NABJ - 1989
  • Minority Education
  • MJR Article "Hiring Minorites for the Future", June - 1989
  • Marshall Program - 1989
  • Speeches, Articles - 1989
  • Box 163:
  • Conference, BOD Meeting - 1984
  • Minutes, BOD - Executive Committee, San Antonio, December 8 - 1984
  • Minutes, BOD - Ramada Renaissance, DC, December 22 - 1984
  • Minutes, BOD - Opryland, Nashville, June 23 - 1984
  • Minutes, BOD - Dallas, January 21 - 1984
  • Minutes, Executive Committee - Washington, November 19 - 1984
  • Minutes, Executive Committee - Washington, September 21 - 1984
  • Minutes, Executive Committee - Nashville, June 22 - 1984
  • Minutes, Executive Committee - Dallas, January 20 - 1984
  • Box 164:
  • Convention - Site Report - 1986
  • Minutes, BOT - L'Hotel, Toronto, June 7 - 1985
  • Minutes, BOD - Ramada Renaissance, DC, March 1-2 - 1985
  • Meetings, BOD - 1983-1984
  • Meetings, BOD (continued) - 1983-1984
  • Meetings, Executive Committee - December 3 - 1983
  • Meetings, BOD - September - 1983
  • Meetings, BOD - 1983
  • Meetings, BOD (continued) - 1983
  • Box 165:
  • Equal Opportunity Committee (SDX, Minorities) - 1988
  • Second Edition - 1989
  • Task Force on Minorities in the Newspaper Business
  • Task Force on Minorities in the Newspaper Business (continued)
  • Minority Broadcast Careers Training Program - 1988-1989
  • Minority Broadcast Careers Training Program Advisory Committee - 1989
  • Federal Communication Commission, Equal Employment Opportunity - 1987-1989
    Three folders
  • National Association of Hispanic Journalists - 1988-1990
  • Asian American Journalists Association - 1989-1990
  • Asian American Journalists Association (continued) - 1989-1990
  • Box 166:
  • Convention, Nashville Newsletter - 1985
  • Ballots, Director-at-Large, Las Vegas - 1988
  • Ballots, Chairman-Elect, Las Vegas - 1988
  • Box 167:
  • Meetings, BOD - Le Centre, Montreal, June 13 - 1982
  • Elections, Regional Directors - 1982
  • BOD - 1978-1979
  • Correspondence, President's - 1978-1979
  • Meteorological Reports - 1982
  • Minutes, BOD - New Orleans, January 20 - 1978
  • Minutes, BOD - San Francisco, September 10 - 1977
  • Minutes, BOD - San Francisco, September 14 - 1977
  • Correspondence, General - 1977
  • Distinguished Service Awards
    Undated
  • Awards
  • Regional Elections - 1980-1981
  • Convention Evaluation (Las Vegas) - 1979
  • Convention, Sites and Keynotes - 1946-1979
  • BOD, Reports - 1979
  • Treasurer - Financial Reports - 1977-1989
  • Minutes, Executive Committee - Hilton, Atlanta, May 19 - 1978
  • Minutes, Executive Committee - DC, November 14 - 1981
  • Minutes, Executive Committee - Conference Call, July 1 - 1981
  • Meeting, BOD - Marriott, New Orleans, September 9 - 1981
  • Minutes, Executive Committee - New Orleans, May 6 - 1981
  • Box 168:
  • Regions 1-6 - 1979-1980
  • Regions 7-14 - 1979-1980
  • Legal Counsel - Pierson, Ball and Dowd - 1979-1981
  • Correspondence, General - 1978
  • Meeting, Executive Committee - DC, February 6 - 1981
  • Minutes, BOD - New Orleans, March 6-7 - 1981
  • Meeting, BOD - June 11 - 1981
    Including White House briefing
  • Meeting, BOD - San Antonio, January 22 - 1982
  • Box 169:
  • Meeting, BOD - Hollywood, December 2 - 1980
  • Meeting, BOD - New Orleans, December 31 - 1980
  • Meeting, BOD - Hollywood, January 4 - 1980
  • Meeting, BOD - New York, September 5 - 1980
  • Minutes, Executive Committee - Toronto, June 20 - 1980
  • Meeting, Executive Committee - Conference Call, April 1 - 1981
  • Meeting, Executive Committee - Chicago, January 16 - 1981
  • Meeting, BOD - Las Vegas, September 6 - 1979
  • Meeting, BOD - New York, June 16 - 1979
  • Meeting, BOD - Las Vegas, January 26 - 1979
  • Meeting, BOD - Atlanta, May 20 - 1978
  • Meeting, BOD - New Orleans, January 20 - 1978
  • Meeting, Executive Committee - Chicago, December 10 - 1982
  • Minutes, Executive Committee - Las Vegas, September 28 - 1987
  • Correspondence, General - 1976
  • Elections - 1983
  • Elections - 1982
  • Box 170:
  • Media Institute - 1980-1989
  • Meeting Planners International - 1979-1981
  • Media Resource Center - 1981-1982
  • Minorities - 1981-1987
  • Caucus of Minority Executives in Media (NAB) - Washington DC, February 11-12 - 1986
  • National Association of Black Journalists, Baltimore, Dallas, Miami - 1985-1987
  • National Press Foundation - 1986-1987
  • Public Relations Society of America - 1986
  • Public Relations Student Society of America - 1985-1987
  • NNA - 1982
  • National Press Photographer's Association - 1980-1981
  • National Communications Club - 1981
  • National News Council, By-laws - 1973
  • North American National Broadcasters Association - 1986
  • Reporter's Committee
  • Radio and Television News and Association of Southern California (RTNDA of SC), Public Radio News Directors Association - 1986, 1988
  • Box 171:
  • Associated Press - 1976-1981
  • Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi - 1981-1986
  • Minorities files
    Undated
  • Broadcasters, Independent Organizations, Republican Conferences, National Citizens Committee for Broadcasting, National Association of Religious Broadcasters, National Association of Physicians Broadcasters
  • National Center for State Courts - 1980
  • American Petroleum Institute - 1982
  • American Council on Education for Journalism (ACEJ) - 1977-1982
  • Libel Defense Resource Center
  • Joint Media Committee - 1980
  • NBC - 1977-1981
  • Freedom of Information - 1982
  • National Cable Television Association - 1977-1981
  • National Press Photographer's Association - 1981-1982
  • Low Power Television - 1981-1982
  • Mutual Broadcasting System - 1979
  • National Association of Broadcasters - 1989-1990
  • North American National Broadcasters Association - 1982-1989
  • Box 172:
  • American Newspaper Publishers Association - 1982-1988
  • American Newspaper Publishers Association (continued) - 1982-1988
  • American Women in Radio and Television - 1981-1982
  • American Women in Radio and Television (continued) - 1981-1982
  • Broadcast Financial Management Association - 1989
  • Broadcast Inter-Association Council (BIAC) - 1981
  • Broadcast Designer's Association - 1982
  • Washington Journalism Center - 1984-1989
    Three folders
  • Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication - 1980-1987
  • Box 173:
  • Alpha Epsilon Rho - 1981-1989
  • Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication - 1982-1986
  • US Catholic Conference - 1981
  • American Civil Liberties Union - 1981-1982
  • Washington Journalism Center - 1989-1991
  • International Women's Media Project - 1985-1986
  • World Press Freedom Committee - 1981-1989
  • National Press Foundation - 1987
  • National Press Foundation - 1985-1986
  • American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research - 1983
  • Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication - 1983-1987
  • Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication - 1980-1981
  • Public Broadcasting Service - 1978
  • Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters - 1988
  • Box 174:
  • Minutes, Executive Committeee - Omni Shoreham, DC, May 31 - 1990
  • Minutes, BOD - Omni Shoreham, DC, June 2 - 1990
  • Convention, General Files - 1988
  • Convention, Region 13 - 1987
    Three folders
  • RTNDA Annual Report - 1989-1990
  • Regions 9-14 - 1987
  • Box 175:
  • Minutes, Executive Committee - Embassy Row Hotel, DC, March 15 - 1990
  • Clippings, June 20 - 1990
  • Miscellaneous Files - 1990
  • Minutes, Constitutional Task Force - Embassy Row Hotel, DC, March 15 - 1990
  • Fagio Report - 1990
  • Minutes, BOD - Embassy Row Hotel, DC, March 17 - 1990
  • Regions 1-6 - 1987
  • Regions 7-8 and General Files - 1987
  • GM Thank You Letters - 1987
  • Box 176:
  • RTNDA Step 1 (Financial) - 1980
  • Conventions, General - 1982-1985
  • Treasurer's Reports - 1981-1984
  • Treasurer's Reports (continued) - 1981-1984
  • Budgets/Financial Reports - 1969-1980
  • Final Audits - 1968-1981
  • Final Audits (continued) - 1968-1981
  • Final Audits (continued) - 1982, 1983, 1985
  • Lunde Investment Options - 1986
  • Ethics and Related Files - 1976-1985
  • Box 177:
  • Convention (New Orleans) - 1980
  • Convention (New Orleans) - 1981
  • Convention (Las Vegas) - 1982
  • Convention (Las Vegas) - 1983
  • Convention (Nashville) - 1985
  • Convention (Dallas) - 1986
  • Surveys - 1982-1985
  • Convention (San Antonio) - 1984
  • Convention (Kansas City) - 1989
  • Box 178:
  • Special Projects - 1971-1983
  • Membership - 1975-1977
  • Reports, Washington Office - 1981-1987
  • Convention (San Francisco) - 1977
  • Conventions (Atlanta and Las Vegas) - 1978-1979
  • Convention (Dallas with additional 1976 Reports) - 1975-1976
  • Convention (Las Vegas) - 1979
  • Convention (Hollywood, FL) - 1980
  • Box 179:
  • Convention Tapes - 1990-1991
    Not AV materials
  • Management Studies/Training - 1988-1990
  • Investment Review - 1979-1982
  • Investment Management Files - 1981-1982
  • Investment Committee Materials - 1981-1984
  • Investment Background/Retirement Plan - 1979-1992
  • Box 180:
  • Placement/Clippings - 1987-1989
  • Expenses - 1986-1989
  • Financial US Trust - 1989-1991
  • Financial Statements (Citizen's Bank) - 1991-1992
  • Board Expenses - 1991-1992
  • Annual Reports - 1988-1990
  • Sigma Delta Chi - 1987-1988
  • Membership - 1993
  • Expenses - 1987-1988
  • Minutes, BOD, June 3 - 1989
  • Box 181:
  • SBE/RTNDA Convention Merger - 1986-1992
  • Gannett Foundation - 1990
  • Communication Advertising - 1977-1987
  • Financial Statements, December 31 - 1983
  • Video Convention Agreement - 1991-1992
  • Ethics Committee - 1992
  • Fairness Doctrine - 1993
  • Ethics - 1984-1988
  • Regional Elections - 1992
  • RTNDA Credit Cards
    Undated
  • Constitution - 1990-1991
  • Committees - 1989-1990
  • Convention (Toronto) - 1996
  • Box 182:
  • News Releases - 1993
  • Convention (Cancellations) - 1993
  • Fairness Doctrine - 1993
  • Correspondence, Eliot Frankel (Vanderbilt) - 1988
  • Financial Statements - 1985-1991
  • Financial, US Trust - 1993
  • Budget - 1992
  • Budget (continued) - 1992
  • Annual Reports - 1988-1993
  • Financial Statements (Bound) - 1981-1991
  • Financial Statements (Bound) Continued - 1981-1991
  • Box 183:
  • Foundation - 1990-1993
  • Foundation (continued) - 1990-1993
  • Fairness Doctrine - 1989-1991
  • Fairness Doctrine (continued) - 1989-1991
  • Treasurer's Pending File - 1989
  • Treasurer's Pending File (continued) - 1989
  • Meeting, BOD - September - 1989
  • Treasurer's Pending File
  • Investments - 1968-1989
  • Regions, Including Input on the Redistricting Question - 1990
  • Box 184:
  • Convention (Kansas City), Billing - 1989
  • Convention (Kansas City), Registration - 1989
  • Convention (Kansas City), Exhibitor's Contracts - 1989
    Three folders
  • Convention (Kansas City), Magazine Bin Reservations - 1989
  • Financial - 1989
    Three folders
  • Label Requests - 1987
  • Regions, Income - 1988
  • Box 185:
  • Convention (Orlando), Exhibitor's Contracts - 1987
    Five folders
  • Financial, Hotel Billing Corrections - 1989
  • Convention (Kansas City), Contract with Registration Data Group
  • Electronic Data Capture Transmittals - 1988
  • Box 186:
  • Convention (Kansas City), Registration Problems - 1989
  • RTNDA/IBM Computer Concepts Seminar - 1984
  • Convention, Advertising Magazine Bin Receipts - 1987
  • Convention (Kansas City), Registration - 1989
    Six folders
  • Box 187:
  • Convention (San Jose), Housing Suites - 1990
  • Convention (Denver), Marriot Hotel/Comfort Inn - 1991
  • Convention (Denver), Brown Palace/Hyatt Regency/Radison - 1991
  • Convention (Denver), Denver Hotels - 1991
  • Convention (Denver), Housing Request - 1991
  • Convention (Denver), Housing/Denver Metro Convention and Visitor's Bureau - 1991
    Two folders
  • Convention (Denver), Housing/Suite Request - 1991
  • Convention (Denver), Promo Piece/Vocal Arrangements - 1991
  • Convention (Denver), International Files - 1991
  • Convention (Denver), Attractions - 1991
  • Box 188:
  • Convention (Denver), Attractions
    Contains information about the Denver Museum of Natural History
  • Scholarships/Fellowships - 1991
  • Foundation Programs - 1991
  • Denver Hotels: Executive Tower Inn - 1989-1991
  • Convention Speeches - 1991
  • Convention (Denver), Convention Tapes - 1991
    Two folders
  • Convention (Denver), Convention Visitor's Bureau - 1991
  • Convention (Denver), BMP #1 Mailing - 1991
  • Convention (Denver), Exhibits/Contracts - 1991
  • Vote Rob Sunde Chairman-Elect' Buttons
  • Box 189:
  • Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984
  • Convention (Misc.)
  • FAZIO
  • Gannett Center for Media Studies
  • International Chapters
  • San Diego Communications Council
  • SBE Project
  • Redistricting - 1991
  • Status Documentation of the Minority Broadcast Career Training Program, July 28 - 1989
  • Box 190:
  • News Media Coverage of Judicial Proceedings with Cameras and Microphones: A Survey of the States - 1994
  • National Association of Broadcasters Newsletter Survey Final Report - 1990
  • RTNDA Clippings, December 1 - 1990
  • IRS - 1989
  • International Convenant
  • Election (Region 13) - 1992
  • 100 + Article, June 15 - 1992
  • Box 191:
  • Miscellaneous Tickets
  • RTNDA Convention Sessions on Audio Cassettes Program - 1991
  • Miscellaneous Denver Convention Materials - 1991
  • Convention Contracts: Labels - 1991
  • Catering - 1991
  • Denver Convention Center Contract - 1991
    Two folders
  • Denver Facilities Assessment Tax - 1991
  • Notes - 1991
  • Denver - To File - 1991
  • Box 192:
  • Registration - Reciprocals - 1991
  • Registration - Packets - 1991
  • Registration - Procedures - 1991
  • Miscellaneous Convention Materials - 1991
  • Registrations to be done
  • Denver Convention Pre-Registration List - 1991
  • Registration Packets - 1991
  • Roundatbles
  • Session Reports
  • Denver: Meet the Author - 1991
  • Schedule
  • Convention Schedule/Planning
  • July Site Inspection - 1991
  • Denver - July Site Inspection - 1991
  • Denver Site Inspection, January 5 - 1990
  • Denver - Site Notes/Lists - 1991
  • Speeches - 1991
  • Convention Sponsorships - 1991
  • Convention Registration and Tour Information - 1991
  • Suites - 1991
  • Survey - 1991
  • Box 193:
  • Official Denver Convention Programs - 1991
  • Session Reports - 1991
  • Program Copy - 1991
  • Program General - 1991
  • Program - 1991
  • Convention Promo - Advertisements - 1991
  • Promo Piece - 1991
  • Envelopes
  • Convention Promo Brochure - 1991
  • Promotion - 1991
  • Box 194:
  • RTNDA Denver Convention Floorguides - 1991
  • RTNDA Daily News - 1991
  • EM: Convention News Show - 1991
  • Quill Ad - Denver - 1991
  • Past Presidents - 1991
  • Past Presidents - 1989-1990
  • Denver Planning - 1990
  • Convention Planning - Denver - 1990
  • Completed Registrations - 1991
  • Box 195:
  • RTNDA Board - 1977
  • RTNDA Invest. Advisory Comm. - 1981
  • RTNDA Board Minutes - 1980-1981
  • RTNDA Executive Comm. - 1980-1981
  • Box 196:
  • Shearson (Invest. FMA) - 1977
  • Shearson (Invest. FMA) - 1989
  • Investment Committee - Real Estate - 1989-1990
  • Shearson (Invest. FMA) - 1988
  • Shearson (Invest. FMA) - 1985-1984
  • RTNDA Membership Committee - 1984-1985
  • Box 197:
  • First Amendment
  • Roper Survey File
  • Regional Manual - 1985
  • Placement - RTNDA
  • HDTU Project
  • Box 198:
  • Aviation Committee - RTNDA
  • RTNDA Legal - Police & Amat. Radio
  • RTNDA - Fair Trial/Libel Legal
  • RTNDA Awards
  • RTNDA Consitutional Changes - Membership
  • RTNDA Consitution
  • New Building - 1986
  • Legal - RTNDA Other
  • RTNDA Packets
  • Agriculture, Grange
  • Textbook Seminar
  • Orlando Convention - Panel
  • Paid President - Long Range Plan
  • Educator Column
  • Chicago Regional - 1989
  • AEJMC Convention - 1988
  • RTNDA- BEA, ERTS
  • Asian Journalists Association
  • Shearson - 1990
  • Shearson (Invest. FMA) - 1986
  • Box 199:
  • RTNDA Computer Plan - 1988
  • Fairness Doctrine Legal
  • Miscellaneous Legal Documents
  • Box 200:
  • BEA, AEJ Panel (NAB) - 1988
  • Roper Backup
  • RTNDA Incorporation
  • RTNDA Placement
  • Survey Active (IRTS NATPE)
  • Edcuational Liason RTNDA
  • Student Affiliates - 1988
  • How To Get A Job? Session
  • Spence Kiward Regime
  • Vegas Panel - 1988
  • Washington Regional - 1988
  • Bier/Chairman
  • Box 201:
  • Lou Adler
  • NABJ
  • RTNDA Foundation - Old Field[?]
  • RTNDA Space Committee
  • Box 202:
  • NABJ Education Task Force
  • Box 203:
  • RTNDA San Antonio, The News Frontier - President's Club - 1992
  • Convention Materials - 1986
  • Convention Materials - 1989
  • Regionals - 1989
  • Convention Materials - 1985
  • RTNDA San Antonio, The News Frontier - Medialine Information - 1992
  • RTNDA San Antonio, The News Frontier - Convention Promo Pieces - 1989, 1990
  • RTNDA San Antonio, The News Frontier - Convention Schedules - 1991
  • Regionals - 1988
  • Convention Materials - 1988
  • Convention Materials - 1987
  • Box 204:
  • Convention Materials - 1985
  • Medialine Information - 1992
  • RTNDA San Antonio, The News Frontier - Convention Promo Pieces - 1989, 1990
  • Convention Materials - 1991
  • Regionals - 1988
  • Convention Materials - 1988
  • Convention Materials - 1987
  • Box 205:
  • Mr. Lou Prato File
    Two folders
  • Lou Prato RTNDF Executive Director "Proposals"
  • Robert Vaughn File
  • RTNDA Minority Programs
  • Financial Crisis - 1991
  • CEEM Miscellaneous
  • CEEM Letterhead/Mailings
  • Broadcast Journalist in Reg.[?]
  • CEEM Intership Survey
  • Student Memberships (Radebaugh)
  • Faculty Publications
  • Box 206:
  • RTNDA Tax Returns - 1986
  • RTNDA Financial Report
  • Budget - 1990
  • Budget - 1991
  • US Trust - 1990-1991
  • RTNDF Funding
  • Box 207:
  • Jeff Marks Regime
  • Brian Olsen
  • Exhibits
  • Credit Cards
  • RTNDA Insurance
  • Convention Expenses - 1986-1988
  • Finance Sub. Committee - 1986
  • Canadian Check Pr.
  • AmEx. Corp. Card
  • Fin. Problems - Backup Misc. - 1988
  • Shearson File
  • 1st American Credit Line
  • Agriculture
  • First American, NS&T Final - 1987-1990
  • Box 208:
  • Search/Employ. Firms
  • Personnel/Pres. Transition - 1988-1989
  • President Search - 1989
  • Liability RTNDA
  • Legal Expenses - 1989
  • Schultz Benefits
  • Minority Risks
  • Exhibit Policy - 1980-1989
  • Lou Adler Regime
  • Box 209:
  • RTNDA Placement
  • Sites Selection
  • RTNDF Tax Questions
  • FAZIO/Foundation
  • Goals Task Force - 1984-1988
  • Convention Timing
  • RTNDA - ABA Co-op
  • Godfrey Award
  • Schultz Registration
  • Ernie - Reception
  • Compensation Disc - 1991
  • RTNDA Computer
  • Box 210:
  • Budget - 1982
  • Budget - 1983
  • Budget - Active - 1985
  • Budget Plans - 1984
  • Budget - 1986
  • Budget - 1985
  • Budget - 1987
  • Budget - 1989
    Two folders
  • Box 211:
  • Ethics of Journalism, Washington & Lee University - March 26-27 - 1993
  • SMPTE/ACEJMC, Los Angeles/Hampton, VA - October 28 - November 3 - 1993
  • Counselors Group 5/13
  • TMI/NC8, 6/12
  • Knight Center Board 10/18
  • Poynter Institute Materials 5/15
  • CCENE, Kansas City, MO - August 12-15 - 1993
  • Hampton Association, 10/31 - 11/3
  • ABA - Thomas Jefferson Ctr, Charlottesville, VA, October 16 - 1993
  • Box 212:
  • AMA - Health Reporting Conference, San Fransisco - April, 24 - 1993
  • NAB - Las Vegas - April, 18-22 - 1993
  • AARP 5/21
  • Delaware Bench Bar Media Conferencem Wilmington, DE - February 26 - 1993
  • OAB - Oklahoma Association of B/C Tulsa - February 12-14 - 1993
  • SPJ Panel 2/27
  • International Affairs Insitute, Fort Meade, MD - March, 29 - 1993
  • ABA, Eastern Shore - May 21-23 - 1993
  • Box 213:
  • CPB Radio Judging - April 12 - 1993
  • Institute of Inernational Education - April 12 - 1993
  • Denver Convention - 1991
  • Washington Conference - Lobbying State and Local Governments (Public Affairs Council), January 6 - 1993
  • World Report/AEJMC, May - 1993
  • SPJ/RTNDA Region 1 Convention Program - April 2 & 3 - 1993
  • Box 214:
  • Chron Out, October - 1992
  • California First Amendment Coalition (CFAC)
  • Budget - 1992
  • Budget Revision - 1991
  • Box 215:
  • Fairness - 1989
  • Budget - 1991
  • Fairness - Current
  • Fairness - Doctrine
  • Box 216:
  • Review Pre-Board Meeting
  • Awards - 1986
  • Murrow Awards, Judges' Comments - 1990
  • Murrow Production - Monday Night Show
  • Awards Judging - Regional Instructions - 1990
  • Awards Reports from the Regions
  • Awards
    Two folders
  • Awards Program
  • Awards Advertising
  • Box 217:
  • Tuxedos
  • KC Air/Cards
  • Conference Evaulations
  • Staff Travel
  • Spouse Events - Arrangments
  • Convention: Thursday Events Affiliated Event Policy
  • Andrea Mitchell Speech
  • Newspaper - 1989
  • Networks - General
  • Networks
  • Box 218:
  • Exhibit Info./Correspondence
  • Decorating
  • CVB - Proposal
  • CVB - Correspondence
  • CVB - Services/Atrractions
  • CVB - Service Provider List
  • Promotional Material
  • Registration - Supplier/Prof. Services
  • Registration - Comp Badges
  • Convention Center - Mtg. Rooms
  • Convention Ctr. - Lease, Etc.
  • Convention Center - Misc.
  • Shuttle Service
  • Board - General
  • Convention: DMP
  • 44th Annual International Conference and Exhibition (Kansas City, Missouri - September 13-16) - 1989
    Programs and other supplemental materials
  • Registrar Data Group, Conference & Meeting Services (Owings, Maryland) Materials
  • Badge Suppliers
  • Press - Press Lists
  • Press Releases - General
  • Awards - Program
  • Award Winners
  • Awards
  • Box 219:
  • Allis Plaza (old Vista)
  • Radisson
  • Hyatt Regency
  • Hotel - Promotion Info.
  • KC: Hotels: Contracts
  • Schedules
  • Roundtables
  • Reg. Printouts
  • Reg. Packet Inserts - 1989
  • Registration Personnel
  • Maps
  • Catering
  • Food & Beverages - Hilton Menus
  • Box 220:
  • Convention Luncheon Tickets (Thursday, September 14) - 1989
    Includes both printed and blank tickets
  • Kansas City, MO Conference Handout - 'Fabulous Vacations! Exciting Gifts! Unusual Treats!' - 1989
  • Media Travel
  • Kansas City: Speaker Release Forms
  • Inventory of Delta Shipment
  • Freight & Shipping
  • Shipping
  • Session Reports
  • Insurance - Policy & Correspondence
  • Assorted Sealed Mail From the Embassy on the Park - 1989
  • Notes/Housing
  • Housing - Room Pick-Up Lists
  • Housing - Suites
  • Housing - RTNDA Room Block
  • Detailed Group Listings
  • Americana
  • Embassy on the Park (Sheraton)
  • Westin Crown Center
  • Kansas City Hotels - Old Contracts
  • Box 221:
  • Various RTNDA Checks - 1982
  • Communicator - Cost of Production
  • Miscellaneous Income - 1982
  • Exhibits Refunds - 1982
  • Miscellaneous Account Information - 1982
  • Accounts Pauable - 1982
  • Box 222:
  • RTNDA Financial Statements, December 31 - 1982
  • State Coordinators 83/85 - 1982-1985
  • Harnisch, Barbara
  • Region 7 - 1982-1983
  • Region Three Regional Williams - 1983
  • Region 11 - 1983
  • Region 1 Regional Swing - 1981-1983
  • Region Thirt_een Regional - 1982-1983
  • San Antonio - 1984
  • Region Nine Regional Haley - 1982-1983
  • Region 10 Schmidt
  • Region 2 Regional Sherwood - 1983
  • Sweigart, Frieda
  • Region 4 - 1983
  • Region 14 Regional Wayne - 1983
  • Region 8 Bob Brunner - 1982-1983
  • Box 223:
  • Mutual Benefit Life Information Packet - 1984-1990
  • RTNDA Supporting Schedule All Deparments - 1986
  • Various Tax and Accounting Materials
  • Box 224:
  • Mutual Benefit Life Claim Forms
  • Mutual Benefit Life Application Forms
  • Mutual Benefit Life Administration Supplies
  • Mutual Benefit Life Cancelled Policies
  • Mutual Benefit Life Current Employees
  • RTNDA Financial Statements - 1986-1987
  • Box 225:
  • Education Liason Committee - 1979
  • Continuing Education Committee
  • Committee Chairperson - 1978-1979
  • Past Committee Chairmen (permanent)
  • Awards Committee
  • Equal Employment Committee
  • Ethics Committee
  • FOI Committee
  • Condolences
  • FOI Intern
  • RTNDA History
  • Past Presidents
  • Membership Committee
  • Long-Range Planning Committee - 1979
  • Minorities Committee
  • Nominating Committee - 1979
  • Membership Map
  • Directors - Articles - 1969-1970
  • Membership Correspondence - 1979
  • Computer Notices - 1979
  • Miscellaneous Income - 1979
  • Research Committee - 1979
  • Publications Committee
  • Scholarship Budget Committee - 1979
  • Sites Committee - 1979
  • Small Markets Committee
  • Special Projects Committee
  • Technical Services Committee
  • Supporting Members (Contributions)
  • Management Relations Committee
  • Box 226:
  • Career Information Committee
  • Deposits - 1978
  • Disbursements - 1978-1979
  • Sites - Past
  • RTNDA Sites Correspondence
  • Regional List of States
  • Political Debates
  • Placement Committee - 1979
  • RTNDA Expenditure & Deposit Sheets, January - December - 1979
  • RTNDA Convention - Montreal, April - 1974
  • RTNDA Annual Conference - Montreal, Financial Development, Reports on Assets - 1974
  • RTNDA - Seattle Convention, October 8-12 - 1973
  • Delayed Broadcast of Debates
  • Box 227:
  • Lillien, Leslie A. (MS.)
  • Chapter Amendment
  • Minnesota Chapter
  • Ohio Chapter
  • O Regon Chapter
  • San Francisco Chapter - 1979
  • Wash. Metro Chapter - 1979
  • Supporting Membership - Letters
  • Dreyfus Number Nine
  • RTNDA Meeting of Exec. Comm. Caesars Pal. L.V. - January 26 - 1979
  • RTNDA 34th International Conf. Caesar Palace - Las Vegas, September 6-8 - 1979
  • Box 228:
  • National Broadcast Editorial Association
  • NBNA
  • National Association for College Broadcast
  • National Press Photograph Assn.
  • News Information Weekly SVC
  • The Center for Foreign Journalists
  • IRTS
  • Independent Sector
  • Investigative Reporters & Events
  • Florida A & M
  • FOI Center - Univ Missouri
  • State Broadcast News Associations
  • Subscription TV Association
  • UPI
  • UPI Contests
  • Society of Broadcast Engineers
  • Box 229:
  • Broadcast Inter-Association Council (BIAC) Binder - 1985
  • First Amendment Congress
    Three Folders
  • FACS
  • Freedom of Expression Foundation
  • Box 230:
  • "'News Wagon West" RTNDA 41st Annual Conference Brochures - Salt Lake City, August 26-29 - 1986
  • Millimeter magazine, August, Vol. 11, no. 8 - 1983
  • Broadcasting magazine, September - 1983
  • Caesar Palace Convention Bill - 1983
  • Programs/Content
  • Graphics/Print
  • Nets/Affiliates
  • Newsroom
  • Signs/Decor
  • Las Vegas - General
  • SHC Agreements
  • Box 231:
  • Various RTNDA Programs - 1984-1985
  • Broadcasting magazine, December - 1984
  • Orlando Conference Evaluations - 1985
  • Salt Lake Evaluations - 1986
  • Miscellaneous Conference Materials - 1983
  • Box 232:
  • Broadcasting magazine, December - 1984
  • Miscellaneous Conference Materials - 1979-1986
  • Las Vegas Conference Materials - 1982
  • Nashville Cleanup
  • SHC Expenses
  • Box 233:
  • ASAE Seminar - 1989
  • Operations Review
  • Official Ballots
  • Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers - 1992
  • Box 234:
  • RTNDA Financial Statements - 1989
  • Chron In, December - 1992
  • Chron Out, December - 1992
  • Chron In, November - 1992
  • Aefense Information School Indianapolis, Monday, March 22 - 1993
  • LWV, November - 1993
  • Media/Law [?] - ABA
  • Bill of Rights Bicentennial
  • Box 235:
  • Remote Sensing
  • Chron In - RTNDF Working File - 1991-1992
  • Chron Out - RTNDF Working File - 1991-1992
  • Box 236:
  • Miscellaneous Account Information
  • Convention - Las Vegas - 1982
  • Warner, Gerald E.
  • Exhibit Information - 1982
  • Finan, Vanessa
  • Warnings & Drops to Board - 1982
  • Comp Rooms
  • Registration
  • Press Room
  • Head Tables
  • Box 237:
  • Orlando Board Meeting, December 5-8 - 1985
  • Regionals - 1986
  • Exec. Comm. Meeting - 1986
  • Executive VP Memos etc. - 1986
  • Region 13 Student Contributon Letter
  • RTNDA Regionals - 1985
  • Board Meeting - Pheonix, December - 1986
  • Program
  • Speakers
  • Content Pay
  • Technology Pay
  • Management Pay
  • Hotel
  • Box 238:
  • Miscellaneous Correspondence - 1985
  • RTNDA Legal Papers - 1981
  • Membership - 1979, 1984
  • Box 239:
  • Meeting Minutes - 1990-1992
  • News Media Coverage of Judical Proceedings with Cameras and Microphones: A Survey of the States - 1990
  • Box 240:
  • Clip Files
  • Head Tables - 1987-1990
  • Board Book - 1989
  • RTNDA Daily News Publications
  • Box 241:
  • Access: Opinion Articles - 1976-1980
  • Davidson, Chuck (V.P. 9-6 '66)
  • Doyle, Frank
  • Dallas ABA
  • Cameras in the Courtroom ABA Survey - 1981
  • Canon 35
  • Access: NAB - 1978
  • Access: Pre Trial Hearings - 1980
  • Access: ABA - 1982
  • Access: Judicial Conference and Conference of State Supreme Court Justic - 1980
  • Box 242:
  • Various Checks in Opened Envelopes - 1979-1982
  • Miscellaneous Financial Papers
  • RTNDA Secretary to Board
  • Box 243:
  • Various Membership Receipts and Checks - 1979-1980
  • Financial Papers - 1980
  • Box 244:
  • News Media Coverage of Judical Proceedings with Cameras and Microphones: A Survey of the States - 1985-1986
  • News Media Coverage of Judical Proceedings with Cameras and Microphones: A Survey of the States - 1990
  • Electronic Media Newspaper, September 24 - 1990
  • Various Newspapers
  • Convention DMP Letters - 1990
  • Various Correspondence - 1989-1990
  • Convention Binder - 1985-1986
  • Box 245:
  • Meeting Minutes - 1994
  • Correspondence and Memos - 1989
  • Box 246:
  • Denver Conference Attendee List - 1991
  • "To Double Check"
    Registration information
  • Denver (Conference) Miscellaneous
  • Denver Registration
  • Tabbed Folder of Denver Conference Papers - 1991
  • Box 247:
  • Tabbed Folder of Denver Conference Papers - 1991
    Includes registration and round tables information
  • Box 248:
  • Tabbed Folder of Denver Conference Papers - 1991
  • To Badge - 1991
  • Denver Problem File - 1991
  • Box 249:
  • Press Releases - 1990
  • RTNDA Office Handbook - 1991
  • Meeting Minutes and Legal Papers - 1988
  • Box 250:
  • RTNDA Bulletins - 1962-1970
  • Directories - 1973-1975
  • Box 251:
  • Tabbed Folder of Denver Conference Papers - 1991
    Includes registration information
  • Box 252:
  • Chron Out Folders - 1992
  • Box 253:
  • Chron Out Folders - 1992
  • Box 254:
  • Education - Background - 1986
  • Miscellaneous Papers - 1989-1991
  • Box 255:
  • Long Range Plan - 1990
  • Budget - 1989
  • Miscellaneous Papers - 1989-1991
  • Box 256:
  • Budget - 1990
  • Building Purchase
  • Pentagon[?] Seminar, December 1 - 1992
  • Poland - 1990
  • Solomon
  • Utterback
  • BBS
  • Dearing File - 1990
  • Mervin Block - 1990
  • Box 257:
  • Communicator Editorial Planning Guide - 1989-1990
  • Annual Reports - 1987, 1989-1990, 1991
  • This is The NAB: A Guide to How Your Association Works for You
  • Student Memberships (Radebaugh) - 1990
  • Solicitation
  • RTNDA Staff Ethics
  • "J-Forum"
  • Printed Material
  • International
  • RTNDA Director's Association Materials - 1984-1986
  • On The Air…Radio News
  • Reading & Reference
  • How Can RTNDA Serve You…?
  • Code on Ethics
  • Pre-Printed Return Envelopes
  • Wordwatching Reprints
  • RTNDA Digest
  • Health Risk Reporting
  • This is RTNDA
  • Nader Report - 1989
  • Box 258:
  • CSSP
  • Trustees, March 21 - 1991
  • Board of Trustees, September 29 - 1991
  • Miscellaneous Papers - 1989-1991
  • Box 259:
  • Annual Report - 1985
  • Editorial Calendar
    Contains blank paper with letter headings
  • Advertising Post Cards
  • Annual Report - 1989
  • Annual Report - 1987
  • This is Broadcast Journalism Brochure
  • Annual Report - 1986
  • Box 260:
  • Regional Meeting Materials - 1992-1993
    Includes The George Washington University Magazine Winter 1993
  • Various Materials - 1982-1988
  • Box 261:
  • Regional Meeting Set-Ups - 1990
  • Regional Meeting Materials - 1990-1992
  • Box 262:
  • RTNDA Regional Award Flyers - 1994
  • Region 13 Questionnaire Results - 1991
  • Region
  • RTNDA Christmas Party - 1989
  • BD Dinner - November, 30 - 1990
  • Board Meeting - November/December - 1990
  • BD Shoreham Contract, November - 1990
    Two folders
  • Board Meeting Housing, November - 1990
  • Staff X-Mas Party, Old Ebbitt Grill - 1990
  • RTNDA San Jose Conference Information Pamphlets, September 24-27 - 1990
  • RTNDA San Jose Conference Information Pamphlets, September 23-26 - 1992
  • RTNDA Conference Programs and Registration Forms, The Hitching Post Inn, Cheyenne, WY - January 19 - 1991
  • Box 263:
  • RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Awards Presentation Program, San Jose - September 24 - 1990
  • Mr. Vaughn/Beth Searls Correspondence - June 7 - 1989
  • Fairmont Hotel - 1990
  • SJ Hotels - Contracts - 1990
  • SJ Hotels - Contracts (Backup) - 1990
  • Housing: Pickup Reports - 1990
  • Delegate Lists - 1990
  • Catering Sheets - 1990
  • Le Baron Hotel - 1990
  • Fairmont Billing - 1990
  • Comps Fairmont Rooms - 1990
  • Speaker Housing - 1990
  • F&B Specs - 1990
  • Housing - 1990
  • Food & Beverage - 1990
  • Box 264:
  • RTNDA San Jose Conference Official Programs, September 24-27 - 1990
  • RTNDA San Jose Conference Information Pamphlets, September 24-27 - 1990
  • Media Travel - 1990
  • Past Presidents - 1990
  • Survey - 1990
  • Breakfasts: Sign-up Sheets - 1989, 1990
  • To Do - Convention - 1990
  • Working Press - 1990
  • Announcements - 1990
  • Officer Reports - 1990
  • Convention Thank-You Notes - 1990
  • Invoice Copies - 1990
  • Kansas City Thank-You Notes - 1989
  • Book Signing Schedule - 1990
  • Hotels/General - 1990
  • Shipping - 1990
  • Freight - 1990
  • Awards Presentation - 1990
  • Box 265:
  • Convention Tape Forms - 1989
  • Convention CTR. - Menus - 1990
  • Floor Plans
  • Press - 1990
  • Convention Promotions - 1990
  • Local Attractions - 1990
  • Insurance - 1990
  • CVB - 1990
  • Contacts - 1990
  • Conference Busing - 1990
  • Light Rail - 1990
  • Badges - 1990
  • Convention Promo Brochure - 1990
  • Banquet Materials - 1990
  • Kinkos - San Jose - 1990
  • Office - 1990
  • RTNDA Daily News Newspaper - 1990
  • Box 266:
  • San Jose Conference Materials - 1990
  • Lease - 1990
  • CVB: Correspondence - 1990
  • San Jose Misc. To File - 1990
  • Maps - 1990
  • The Pavillion - 1990
  • Misc. Correspondence - 1990
  • San Jose Information - 1990
  • Fax Copies - 1990
  • Forms - 1990
  • San Jose Exhibitor List - 1990
  • Paul Masson - 1990
  • Evening Events - 1990
  • Entertainment - 1990
  • Electronic Media - 1990
  • Box 267:
  • Old Regional Information - 1993
  • Supporting Members Information/Registration Forms - 1987
  • Cards
  • Presidents Clubs Brochures
  • Box 268:
  • Old Regional Information
    Includes regions 12, 13, 14
  • Broadcasters Respond to AIDS: A Collection of audio, video, radio, and TV programs and projects about AIDS - 1990
  • Regionals: Publicity - 1989
  • Region 14 Registration
  • Region 13 Luncheon
  • Box 269:
  • Media Information Kit - 1993
  • Sound Ideas: Letters - 1990
  • Radio Committee - 1990
  • General Turnkey Information - 1992
  • Region 13 Luncheon "Ha Penny Lion" - January 12 - 1993
  • Turnkey Presenter Contracts - 1991
  • Regional Committee - 1992
  • State Association Appeal - 1983-1984
  • BPME Materials
  • Legal Information - 1990
  • Box 270:
  • Regionals 1-14 Materials - 1991
  • Box 271:
  • Regionals 1-14 Materials - 1991
  • Box 272:
  • San Jose Registration Comps - 1990
  • Registration Packet Confirmation Insert - 1990
  • San Jose Delegate List - 1990
  • Region List by Event Code - 1990
  • Region Codes
  • Comp. Reg: Input On-Site - 1990
  • Kansas City Spouse Program - 1989
  • Kansas City T-Shirt Materials 1989
  • Facility Rental Information - 1989
  • San Jose Spouse Events - 1990
  • San Jose Tourist Information
  • Tuxedos - General (Las Vegas) - 1988
  • Tuxedos (Kansas City) - 1989
  • Tuxedos (San Jose) - 1990
  • Box 273:
  • San Jose Schedule - 1990
  • San Jose Speakers - Pending, Rejected, Unsolicited, Confirmed, Bios, Releases, Panels - 1990
  • "The Hot 100 News Tips" Packet from the San Jose RTNDA Convention - 1990
  • Roundtables - To Enter - 1990
  • Jan Jose Speaker Release Forms - 1990
  • Roundtables - 1990
  • Various San Jose Convention Materials - 1990
  • Box 274:
  • San Jose Convention Materials - 1990
  • San Jose Schedule - 1990
  • RTNDA Convention Schedule - 1990
  • Schedule - General - 1990
  • On-Site Registration List - 1990
  • Registration Personnel - 1990
  • Box 275:
  • Comp Registration 1985
  • "Pickin' Packet" - 1985
  • Speaker Registrations - 1985
  • Countdown - 1985
  • Membership Analysis - 1985
  • Convention Responsibilites - 1985
  • Spouse & Rec. Programs - 1985
  • Constitution & Bylaws - 1985
  • Various Convention Materials - 1985-1986
    Includes Holiday Inn, housing, and alcohol permit information
  • Box 276:
  • Various Convention Materials - 1985-1986
  • Convention Foreign Delegates - 1986
  • RTNDA BD. Of Directors - 1986
  • Owler Lunch Registrants - 1985
  • Exhibits Refunds - 1985
  • Golf/Tennis - 1985
  • Past Presidents - 1985
  • RTNDA Comp Registrants - 1986
  • RTNDA Committee Chairs (not on the Board) - 1986
  • Convention Speakers - 1986
  • Past Presidents - 1986
  • Optional Events - 1985
  • Ann Mercer - 1986
  • NBC News VIP List - 1986
  • ABC News VIP List - 1986
  • CBS News VIP List - 1986
  • Exhibitor Contracts - 1985
  • Registration Refunds - 1985
  • Nashville Materials - 1985
  • Schedule of Events - 1985
  • Press List - 1985
  • Foreign Deligates - 1985
  • Badge Copy - 1985
  • Box 277:
  • Personalized Binders - 1986
  • Elections - 1986
  • Convention Miscellaneous - 1986
  • Registration Refunds - 1986
  • Registration - 1986
  • Registration & Information - 1985
  • Chamber of Commerce - 1985
  • Awards (Scholarships) - 1985
  • President's Club - 1985
  • Printing - 1985
  • BD, Officers, Staff, Spec. - 1985
  • Conference Scenario - 1985
  • Shipping - 1985
  • Pre-Conv. Mailing - 1985
  • General Arrangements - 1985
  • Elections - 1985
  • Speaches - 1986
  • Printing - 1986
  • Exhibitors - 1986
  • Convention Supplies - 1986
  • Conv. Regis. Computer Repo. - 1986
  • State Coordinators - 1986
  • Conference Schedule - 1986
  • Golf Tournament Entries - 1986
  • Box 278:
  • Badging Changes, Affiliate Pull Lists, Up-dated Hold Lists - 1990
  • Special File - On-Site Fixes - 1990
  • Financial Matters: Credit Cards, Recipts
  • Box 279:
  • Financial Matters: Credit Cards, Recipts
  • Convention Registrations and Corrections - 1990
  • San Jose - Store, Receipts - 1990
  • Convention Forms - 1990
  • On-Site Registration List - 1990
  • Box 280:
  • Financial Matters: Credit Cards, Recipts
  • Applications for Conferences
  • Box 281:
  • Regional Information - 1982-1988
  • Regions 1-12 - 1989
  • Box 282:
  • Regional Information - 1982-1988
  • Regions 1-12 - 1989
  • Box 283:
  • Washington DC Regional - 1988
  • Region 7 - 1988
  • Region 13 Promotion - 1987
  • Region 13 Marriott - 1988
  • Region 7 Mailing Lists - 1988
  • Region 7 Accounting - 1988
  • Region 14 - 1988
  • Region 13 Budget - 1988
  • Region 13 Concurrent Meetings
  • Hotel Arrangements - Catering - 1988
  • Region 6 - 1988
  • Region 5 - 1988
  • Region 4 - 1988
  • Indianapolis Regional, April - 1988
  • Region 4 Conference - 1988
  • Box 284:
  • Region 13 - 1988
  • Region 8 - 1988
  • Region 14 Conference: Hotels
  • Pittsburg Regional, April - 1988
  • NYC Region 12, October 14 - 1988
  • Region 14: GAN Conference, April - 1988
  • Region 14: Student Conference, March - 1988
  • NYC Regional, October 14 - 1988
  • Promotion Mailings - 1988
  • Housing - 1988
  • Region 12 Conferences - 1988
  • Region 14 Orlando - 1988
  • Box 285:
  • Regional Income/Exp. - 1987-1988
  • Region 2 - 1988
  • Region 1 - 1988
  • Region 3 - 1988
  • Region 3, April 8-10 - 1988
  • Region 3, October 8 - 1988
  • Region 2 - 1988
  • Region 8 Student Workshop, February 20 - 1988
  • Registration Forms - 1988
  • Region 11 - 1988
  • Region 10 - 1988
  • Region 8 - 1988
  • NYC Registration Forms - 1988
  • Region 12 Conferences - 1988
  • Region 13: VA Meeting - 1988
  • Box 286:
  • Chron-In - 1992
  • Box 287:
  • AV Luncheon - 1991
  • INTV Los Angeles, January 3-5 - 1991
  • National Association of Government Communicators, December 5 - 1990
  • NAB Radio, Boston, September 13-15 - 1990
  • National Conference of Lawyers and Reps of the Media, Annapolis - October 19-20 - 1990
  • Miscellaneous Conference Materials - 1990-1992
  • Box 288:
  • Gannett Center - New York, July 23-24 - 1990
  • Los Angeles/Aspen/Vail/New York - July 14-23 - 1990
  • BFM Conference, San Francisco - 1990
  • Gannett Center Panel, April 12 - 1990
  • NAB - 1990
  • Royal Television Society Dinner, London - February 27 - 1990
  • IRTS Panel, Feburary 8 - 1990
  • Baltimore Regional, Region 13 - June 12 - 1990
  • Region 11 Meeting, New Haven, CT - 1990
  • NAB - Las Vegas, April 15-18 - 1991
  • NPHK Panel, April 3 - 1991
  • American Bar Association National Conference, Seattle - February 8-10 - 1991
  • Judging, February 1 - 1991
  • Chicago Region 2 Meeting, Los Angeles - January 24-27 - 1991
  • NATPE International New Orleans Region 3 Conference, Cheyenne - January 14-20 - 1991
  • Box 289:
  • Chron-Out - 1992
  • Chron Materials of David Bartlett
  • Box 290:
  • Chron-Out - 1992
  • Chron Materials of David Bartlett
  • Box 291:
  • Bus Transportation for Orlando Conference - 1987
    Two folders
  • Instructions - 1987
  • Script Outline - 1987
  • Memo & Notes - 1987
  • Correspondence - 1987
  • Seatings - 1987
  • Winners - 1987
  • Bios - 1987
  • Checklists - 1987
  • Miscellaneous - 1987
  • Orlando Conference Invitation - 1987
  • Orlando Conference Panel Moderator Letter - 1987
  • Orlando Conference Speaker Registration Forms - 1987
  • Tuxedo Rental - 1987
  • Walt Disney World - 1987
  • Winter Park - 1987
  • Orlando Conference Program - 1987
  • Suite Synopsis - 1987
  • Orlando Conference Health and Recreation Facilities - 1987
  • Banquet Checks/AV Checks - 1987
  • Peabody - Orlando Pre Convention Meetings - 1987
  • Orlando Schedule of Events - 1987
  • Orlando Menus - 1987
  • Peabody Menus & Parties - 1987
  • Paul White Reception and Banquet - 1987
  • Schedule for RTNDA Suites - Peabody Hotel - 1987
  • Telephone Lists - 1987
  • Solid Steel - 1987
  • Miscellaneous - 1987
  • Furniture Rental - 1987
  • Copies (Xerox and Kinkos) - 1987
  • Boardwalk andf Baseball - 1987
  • Sea World - 1987
  • Tourist Treasures - 1987
  • Memo to Producers/Conv. Session - 1987
  • Box 292:
  • Miscellaneous Orlando Convention Materials - 1987
  • People We're Resp. For
  • Various Hotel Correspondence/Information - 1983-1987
  • Terrorism Tape Requests
  • Peabody - 1987
  • Box 293:
  • Miscellaneous (Regist.) - 1986
  • Orlando Pre-Registration - 1987
  • Orlando One Day Registration - 1987
  • Orlando Registration Packet - 1987
  • Orlando Registration Requests - 1987
  • Letter for Members - 1987
  • Letter for Non-Members - 1987
  • Orlando Registration Totals (Daily) - 1987
  • Lee Milteer - 1987
  • Orlando Opening Remarks - Ernie - 1987
  • Report of FOI Committee
  • President's Report - 1987
  • Survey - Portable Cassette - 1987
  • Code of Ethics
  • John Paul's Vatican
  • Miscellaneous
  • Paul White Speech/Don Hewitt - 1987
  • Report of FOI Committee
  • RTNDA Press Releases - 1987
  • CBS News - 1987
  • Promotion - 1987
  • Radio and Records - 1987
  • Television Digest, vol. 27, no. 35 - 1987
  • Broadcasting - 1987
  • Registration Person
  • Working Press Registration
  • Resolutions
  • Ballots
  • Ted Koppel Presentation
  • Orlando Welcoming Remarks - Spence - 1987
  • Barney Oldfield Remarks - 1987
  • Tio News Releases - 1987
  • Outside Network Release - 1987
  • TV Digest Release - 1987
  • Press Badge Authorizations - 1987
  • Housing Pick-Up Reports - 1987
  • Office Rental Equipment - 1987
  • Office Set-Ups - 1987
  • Credit Application - 1987
  • While You Were Out' Note from C-Span
  • Box 294:
  • First Timers (New & Prosec. Members) - 1986
  • RTNDA Attendees - 1987
  • Comps. (Regist.) - 1987
  • Rental Cars - 1987
  • Staff - 1987
  • Memos - 1987
  • Correspondence - 1987
  • Master - 1987
    Orlando conference materials
  • Signs - 1987
  • Orlando Speaker/Panelist Arr. Sheets (Blank) - 1987
  • Orlando Speaker/Panelist Arrangements - 1987
  • Child Care Ad. For Orlando Conference - 1987
  • Airline Arrangements - 1987
  • Airlines - 1987
  • Box 295:
  • RTNDA Press Releases - 1992
  • Proposal (Convention CTR.) - 1986-1987
  • Correspondence - 1986
  • Miscellaneous (Orlando Convention CTR.) - 1987
  • Audio Tape List from Orlando Convention - 1987
  • Correspondence - Miscellaneous - 1987
  • Convention Printing - 1987
  • Pre-Registered Attendees Mailing Lists Sent Out - 1987
  • General (Orlando Materials) - 1987
  • Department Contracts - 1987
  • Correspondence - 1986-1987
  • Miscellaneous (Orlando) - 1987
  • Custom News - 1987
  • State Coordinator Letter - 1987
  • Orlando Notes - Miscellaneous - 1987
  • SIPI - 1987
  • Fairness Doctrine Letter
  • Memos (Miscellaneous) - 1987
  • Design Directions - 1988
  • Completed Release Forms - 1987
  • Orlando Speaker Transport - 1987
  • Correspondence - 1986-1987
  • Speaker/Panelist Guidelines
  • Box 296:
  • Region B - Michigan, April 27-28 - 1990
  • Region 7 & 10, April 21 - 1990
  • Region 12 NYC, October - 1989
  • Region Regis-Charges, SPJ, March 28 - 1990
  • Region 12 - Manst College, November 3 - 1990
  • Region 13 - May 12 - 1990
  • Miscellaneous Regionals Materials - 1990
  • Box 297:
  • Region 7 Accounting, April 21 - 1990
  • Questionable Registrations - 1990
  • Region 4, April 21 - 1990
  • Region 8, October 12-13 - 1990
  • Box 298:
  • Communicator August-December - 1993
  • Communicator February-June, August-December - 1994
  • Communicator February-April - 1995
  • Box 299:
  • Communicator January-June, August - 1988
  • Communicator January-August, October-December - 1989
  • Communicator January-June, August - 1990
  • Communicator February-June, August-December - 1991
  • Communicator February, April-June, August-December - 1992
  • Communicator February-June - 1993
  • Box 300:
  • Communicator February-June, August-December - 1985
  • Communicator February-June, August, October-December - 1986
  • Communicator March-June, August-December - 1987
  • Box 301:
  • Communicator January-December [?] - 1978
  • Communicator January-April, June-December - 1979
    January isssue is written on, October issue is clipped
  • Communicator January-December - 1980
    April [?]
  • Communicator January-December - 1981
  • Communicator January-December - 1982
  • Communicator January-December - 1983
  • Box 302:
  • Intercoms/Job Bulletins - 1984-1993
  • Press Releases - 1991
  • Misc. RTNDA Flyers, Materials
  • Box 303:
  • Communicator - 1971-1977
  • Box 304:
  • Communicator Directories - 1971-1972, 1972-1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980-1981, 1982
  • Box 305:
  • Communicator - 1981-1983
  • Box 306:
  • Communicator - 1972
  • Series 9: NEW ACCESSION (1946-2001)
  • Box 307:
  • Communicator, Bulletin - 1960-1980
  • Box 308:
  • Communicator - 1960-1980
  • Box 309:
  • Miscellaneous Files - 1946-1972
  • RTNDA History - 1968
  • Conference Materials - 1970
  • Reports and Miscellaneous Scholarships - 1973-1975
  • Awards and Scholarships, Conference Materials, Miscellaneous - 1976
  • Conference Materials, Miscellaneous, Scholarships - 1977
  • Awards and Scholarships, Miscellaneous, RTNDA History - 1978
  • Box 310:
  • Conference Materials, Miscellaneous, Scholarships, RTNDA History - 1979
  • Miscellaneous, Scholarships and Fellowships - 1980
  • Miscellaneous and Scholarships - 1981
  • Conference Materials, Miscellaneous, and Scholarships - 1982
  • Conference Materials, Legal Issues, Miscellaneous, RTNDA History, and Scholarships - 1983
  • Awards and Scholarships, Conference Materials, Miscellaneous
  • Box 311:
  • Committees - 1985
  • Conference Materials - 1985
  • Box 312:
  • Conference Materials - 1985
  • Education Liaison Committee - 1985
  • Financial Reports - 1985
  • Freedom of Information - 1985
  • Goals and Priorities Planning - 1985
  • Minutes - 1985
  • Miscellaneous - 1985
  • Box 313:
  • Awards and Scholarships - 1986
  • Committees - 1986
  • Conference Materials - 1986
  • Education - 1986
  • Financial Reports - 1986
  • Legal Issues - 1986
  • Box 314:
  • Legal Issues: 'Fairness Doctrine' - 1986
  • Legal Issues: RTNDA as Amicus Curiae - 1986
  • Minutes - 1986
  • Press Releases - 1986
  • RTNDA History - 1986
  • Box 315:
  • Awards and Scholarships/Fellowships - 1987
  • Codes of Ethics - 1987
  • Council on Education in Electronic Media (CEEM) - 1987
  • Education Liaison Committee - 1987
  • Financial Reports - 1987
  • Box 316:
  • Legal Issues - 1987
  • Legal Issues: FCC and 'Indecency' Broadcasting - 1987
  • Legal Issues: RTNDA vs. FCC ("Fairness Doctrine") - 1987
  • Long Range Planning Committee - 1987
  • News Releases - 1987
  • Total Compensation Audit - 1987
  • Box 317:
  • Artwork for Edward R. Murrow Award - 1988
  • Committees - General - 1988
  • Committees - Various - 1988
  • Conference Materials - 1988
  • Council on Education in Electronic Media (CEEM) - 1988
  • Education Liaison Committee - 1988
  • Financial Reports - 1988
  • Journalists and U.S./Canada Free Trade Agreement - 1988
  • Legal Issues - Amateur Radio Rulemaking - 1988
  • Legal Issues - Broadcast Coverage of U.S. Supreme Court - 1988
  • Legal Issues - Broadcast of Telephone Conversations - 1988
  • Legal Issues - RTNDA as Amicus Curiae - 1988
  • Long Range Planning Committee - 1988
  • Long Range Planning Committee - Membership Survey - 1988
  • Mintues - 1988
  • Miscellaneous - 1988
  • News Releases - 1988
  • Possible Redistricting of RTNDA - 1988
  • Scholarships and Fellowships - 1988
  • Box 318:
  • Action Sheets - 1989
  • Committees - 1989
  • Council on Education in Electronic Media (CEEM) - 1989
  • Education Liaison Committee - 1989
  • Financial Reports - 1989
  • Freedom of Information - 1989
  • Legal Issues - 1989
  • Long Range Planning Committee - 1989
  • Miscellaneous - 1989
  • News Releases - 1989
  • Performance Evaluations - 1989
  • RTNDA Board of Trustees Meeting Materials, December 2 - 1989
  • Box 319:
  • RTNDA Board of Directors Reference Guide - 1989
  • RTNDA Oral Histories - 1989
  • RTNDF Board of Trustees Meeting Materials, August 14 - 1989
  • RTNDF Minutes - 1980-1989
  • Scholarships and Fellowships - 1989
  • Box 320:
  • Action Sheets - 1990
  • Committees - 1990
  • Conference Materials - 1990
  • Education Liaison Committee - 1990
  • Miscellaneous - 1990
  • News Releases - 1990
  • RTNDA Board of Directors Meeting Materials - 1990
  • RTNDA Executive Committee Meeting Materials - 1990
  • RTNDA Oral Histories - 1990
  • RTNDF Annual Report - 1990
  • RTNDA Board of Trustees Meeting Materials, March 16 - 1990
  • Revision of RTNDA Constitution - 1990
  • Scholarships and Fellowships Applications - 1990
  • Situation Analysis/Resource Development Strategy - 1990
  • Video Piracy - 1990
  • Box 321:
  • Sample of Regional Award Plaque - 1991
  • AEJMC - 1991
  • Budget Materials - 1991
  • Committees - 1991
  • Education Liaison Committee - 1991
  • FCC Inquiry into 'Video Marketplace' - 1991
  • Financial Reports - 1991
  • Freedom of Information - 1991
  • Long Range Planning Committee - 1991
  • Miscellaneous - 1991
  • Operation Narcissus (Barney Oldfield) - 1991
  • Project Summaries - 1991
  • RTNDA Basic Reference Guide - 1991
  • RTNDA Board of Trustees Meeting Materials, March 12 - 1991
  • RTNDA Executive Committee Meeting Materials, November 10 - 1991
  • RTNDF Annual Report - 1991
  • RTNDF April Banquet - 1991
  • RTNDF Board of Trustees Meeting Materials - 1991
  • RTNDF Donor Lists - 1991
  • Scholarships and Fellowships - 1991
  • Box 322:
  • Budget Materials - 1992
  • Committees - 1992
  • Financial Reports - 1992
  • Freedom of Information - 1992
  • Long Range Planning Committee - 1992
  • Miscellaneous - 1992
  • Name Change Task Force - 1992
  • Presidential Scholarships Reform - 1992
  • RTNDA 2000 - 1992
  • RTNDA Board of Directors Meeting Materials - 1992
  • RTNDA Executive Committee Meeting Materials - 1992
  • RTNDF Annual Report - 1992
  • RTNDF Banquet - 1992
  • Scholarship Applications - 1992
  • Box 323:
  • Budget - 1993
  • Combined Fall Exhibition with National Association of Broadcasters - 1993
  • Eddie Barker Issue - 1993
  • Financial Reports - 1993
  • Miscellaneous - 1993
  • NEWSTECH '94 Exhibit Management - 1993
  • Photos - 1993
  • RTNDA 2000 - 1993
  • Box 324:
  • RTNDA Board of Directors Meeting Materials - 1994
  • RTNDA Executive Committee Meeting Materials - 1994
  • RTNDA History Project - 1994
  • RTNDF Annual Report - 1994
  • Box 325:
  • RTNDF Board of Trustees Meeting Materials - 1994
  • Radio Article by RTNDA President David Bartlett - 1994
  • Scholarship/Fellowship Applications - 1994
  • Box 326:
  • Boxer/Moran DMV Privacy Bill - 1994
  • Conference Materials - 1994
  • Data Transmission Guidelines - 1994
  • Dues Structuring Proposal - 1994
  • Financial Statements - 1994
  • Lawsuit by RTNDA Against Eddie Barker - 1994
  • Legal Issues - 1994
  • Libel Lawsuit by William G. Ross - 1994
  • Miscellaneous - 1994
  • Problems with RTNDA President David Bartlett - 1994
  • Published Materials - 1994
  • RTNDA Budget - 1994
  • RTNDA Board of Directors Meeting Materials - 1994
  • RTNDA Constitutional Amendments Vote - 1994
  • RTNDA Executive Committee Meeting Materials - 1994
  • RTNDA History Project - 1994
  • RTNDA Weekly Fax - 1994
  • RTNDF Annual Report - 1994
  • RTNDF Board of Trustees Meeting Materials - 1994
  • Box 327:
  • Correspondence - 1994
  • Box 328:
  • Correspondence - 1995
  • Box 329:
  • Board of Directors Mailings - 1995
  • Executive Committee Mailings - 1995
  • Civic Journalism Workshop - 1995
  • Conference Materials - 1995
  • Eddie Barker Issue - 1995
  • Election of Officers - 1995
  • Financial Problems at RTNDA - 1995
  • Freedom of Information Committee - 1995
  • Legal Issues - 1995
  • Minutes - 1995
  • Miscellaneous - 1995
  • Oral History Transcripts - 1995
  • Problems with RTNDA President David Bartlett - 1995
  • RTNDA Budget Materials - 1995
  • Box 330:
  • RTNDA Monthly Reports - 1995
  • RTNDA Proposed 1996 Budget - 1995
  • RTNDA Weekly Fax - 1995
  • RTNDF Annual Report - 1995
  • RTNDF Board of Trustees Meeting Materials - 1995
  • RTNDF Bylaws Change - 1995
  • RTNDF Financial Statements - 1995
  • RTNDF Minutes Dispute - 1995
  • RTNDF Monthly Reports - 1995
  • Reference Guides - 1995
  • Staff Organization and Personnel Policy - 1995
  • Box 331:
  • Awards Survey Results - 1996
  • Communicator - 1996
  • Conference Materials - 1996
  • Education Task Force - 1996
  • Exhibitor Correspondence - 1996
  • Financial Statements - 1996
  • German/American Journalist Exchange - 1996
  • Godfrey Task Force on RTNDA/RTNDF Association - 1996
  • Historic RTNDA Plaque Sites - 1996
  • Management Seminar for Women and Minority News Executives - 1996
  • Minutes Issues - 1996
  • Miscellaneous - 1996
  • National Association of Broadcasters - 1996
  • "News in the Next Century" Publications - 1996
  • Performance of RTNDA President David Bartlett - 1996
  • RTNDA Budget Information - 1996
  • RTNDA Proposed 1997 Budget - 1996
  • RTNDA Weekly Fax - 1996
  • RTNDF Annual Report - 1996
  • RTNDF Budget Information - 1996
  • RTNDF Draft Budget for 1997 - 1996
  • RTNDF Monthly Reports - 1996
  • RTNDF Tipsheet (Environmental Journalism) - 1996
  • RTNDF Treasurer Position - 1996
  • Reference and Resources Guides - 1996
  • Box 332:
  • Board Mailings - 1996
  • Executive Committee Mailings - 1996
  • Box 333:
  • Correspondence - 1996
  • Box 334:
  • Accounting Reports - 1997
  • Civic Journalism - 1997
  • Conference Attendee Survey - 1997
  • Conference Exhibitor Correspondence - 1997
  • Executive Committee (RTNDA) Meeting Materials - 1997
  • Financial Statements - 1997
  • Follow the Money Workshop - 1997
  • Management Seminar for Women and Minority News Executives - 1997
  • Miscellaneous - 1997
  • Monthly and Program Reports - 1997
  • News in the Next Century Study - 1997
  • Operations Reports - 1997
  • Presidential Search/Hiring of Barbara Cochran - 1997
  • RTNDA Monthly Reports - 1997
  • RTNDF Annual Report - 1997
  • RTNDF Board of Trustees Meeting Materials - 1997
  • RTNDF Executive Committee Meeting Materials - 1997
  • RTNDF Membership Meetings - 1997
  • RTNDF Scholarships - 1997
  • RTNDF Tipsheet - 1997
  • RTNDF Trustees Election - 1997
  • Resource Guides and Publications - 1997
  • Unity Covenant - 1997
  • Box 335:
  • Board Mailings - 1997
  • Executive Committee Mailings - 1997
  • Box 336:
  • Annual Report (RTNDF) - 1998
  • Board of Directors (RTNDA) Meeting Materials - 1998
  • Board of Trustees (RTNDA) Meeting Materials - 1998
  • Budget Materials - 1998
  • Budget Proposed 1999 Budget - 1998
  • Civic Journalism Workshop - 1998
  • Creating the Future Strategic Planning Notebook - 1998
  • Executive Committee (RTNDA) Meeting Materials - 1998
  • Financial Statements - 1998
  • Freedom of Information Committee - 1998
  • German/American Journalist Exchange Alumni Directory - 1998
  • Miscellaneous - 1998
  • Monthly Reports (RTNDF) - 1998
  • Performance Evaluation for RTNDA President Barbara Cochran - 1998
  • Policy Manual - 1998
  • President's Monthly Reports (RTNDA) - 1998
  • Box 337:
  • Publications - 1998
  • TV News Producers Workshop - 1998
  • Vision and Values Strategic Plan - 1998
  • Barbara Cochran - 1999
  • Board of Directors (RTNDA) Meeting Materials - 1999
  • Board of Trustees (RTNDF) Manual - 1999
  • Board of Trustees (RTNDF) Meeting Materials - 1999
  • Budget - Proposed 2000 Budget - 1999
  • Campaigns For Sale - 1999
  • Conference Materials - 1999
  • Ethics Project - 1999
  • Executive Committee (RTNDA) Meeting Materials - 1999
  • Financial Documentation - 1999
  • Financial Statements - 1999
  • Membership - 1999
  • Miscellaneous - 1999
  • President's Monthly Reports (RTNDA) - 1999
  • Publications - 1999
  • RTNDF Monthly Reports - 1999
  • Staff Organization - 1999
  • Unity Covenant - 1999
  • Box 338:
  • Board of Trustees (RTNDF) Meeting Materials - 2000
  • Budget - 2000
  • Conference Materials - 2000
  • Conference Planning Materials - 2000
  • Executive Committee (RTNDA) Meeting Materials - 2000
  • Financial Reports - 2000
  • Geller Award Nominees - 2000
  • Miscellaneous - 2000
  • Monthly Reports (RTNDA) - 2000
  • Monthly Reports (RTNDF) - 2000
  • Performance Reviews - 2000
  • Political Coverage Project - 2000
  • Relocation of RTNDA Offices - 2000
  • Board of Directors (RTNDA) Meeting Materials - 2001
  • Board of Trustees (RTNDF) Meeting Materials - 2001
  • Board of Trustees (RTNDF) Reports - 2001
  • Executive Committee (RTNDA) Meeting Materials - 2001
  • Financial Materials - 2001
  • Financial Statements - 2001
  • Legislative Day Program - 2001
  • Membership - 2001
  • Performance Evaluations - 2001
  • Relocation of Officers - 2001
  • RTNDA President's Reports - 2001
  • Series 10: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS
  • Box 1:
  • RTNDA Murrow Award Ceremonies (14 videos)
  • 1 U-Matic - 1985
  • 7 U-Matic - 1987
  • 2 U-Matic S - 1988
  • 1 U-Matic S - 1989
  • 1 Betacam - 1990
  • 2 U-Matic S (Unknown Date)
  • Box 2:
  • RTNDA Regional Murrow Award Entries (winners?) - 1987
  • 1 U-Matic - Continuing Coverage: "Serial Killer Donald Harvey", WCPO - Cincinnati
  • 1 U-Matic - Continuing Coverage: "Hormel", Unknown production company
  • 1 U-Matic - Spot Coverage: Tanker Explosion, WHIO - Dayton
  • 1 U-Matic - "WCCO Television in 1986"
  • 1 U-Matic - Investigative: “Florida: State of Neglect”, WPLG - Miami
  • 1 U-Matic - Spot News: “Hangman Hills Fire”, KXLY - Spokane
  • 1 U-Matic - Investigative: “Abused Then Betrayed”, WBBM - Chicago
  • 1 U-Matic - Documentary: “Born Too Soon”, KPNX - Phoenix
  • 1 U-Matic - Video created by RTNDA -2 Shows: “Tough Calls”, “You Be The News Director” - 1987?
  • Box 3:
  • Assorted Videos
  • 6 VHS tapes - “Electronic Media-RTNDA News” - 1990
    2 tapes each for September 25-27
  • 2 U-Matic - RTNDA News Tapes for National Association of Broadcasters - 1982-1983
    1 from 1982-1983 and marked as “12 stories”, 1 from 1983 and coming from KSL - Salt Lake City
  • 1 U-Matic - Murrow Awards Broadcast - 1988
  • 2 U-Matic - RTNDA Board Meeting/New President, May 3 - 1989
  • 1 U-Matic - Award Winner for 1988 Continuing Coverage: WCVB - Boston
  • 1 U-Matic S - ABC News Satellite Photos of Soviet Space Shuttle Launch Site - 1986?
  • 1 Betacam - Award Nominee for Feature Reporting (“Swamprise”, NBC News) - 1980
  • 1 U-Matic S - Story from “20/20” involving Boston courtroom footage - 1984
  • Box 4:
  • Assorted Videos
  • Video of Murrow Award Winners - 1991
  • 1 VHS - Documentary: “Voices of Recovery”, KCNC-Denver - 1991
  • 2 VHS - Overall Excellence: WCCO - Minneapolis - 1991
  • 2 VHS - Continuing Coverage: “Erin’s Life”, KCNC - Denver - 1991
  • 2 VHS - Investigative: “NFL Drug Testing”, WJLA - Washington, DC - 1991
  • 2 VHS - Spot News: “The Twister of 1990”, WBBM - Chicago - 1991
  • 1 VHS - NAB Video “Safe Sailing on the Airwaves” - 1991
  • 1 VHS - 1991 RTNDA “Sat P.M.” - 1991
  • 1 VHS - “RTNDA Demo 1991” - 1991
  • 1 VHS - RTNDA Murrow Awards - 1992
  • 1 VHS - RTNDA Thursday Luncheon - 1992
  • 1 VHS - Scholarship/Fellowship Winners - 1992
  • 1 VHS - David Bartlett Interview, May - 1992
  • 11 VHS - 1993 Murrow Award Winning Entries - 1993
  • 1 VHS - RTNDA General Session, “Tabloid News”, September 30 - 1993
  • 1 VHS - RTNDA Murrow Award Ceremonies with Dan Rather, September 29 - 1993
  • 1 VHS - RTNDA - “News In The Next Century”, October 1 - 1993
  • 1 VHS - “After The Wall” - Georgia Public Television (Award Entry?) - 1993
  • Box 5: 1992-1993 Scholarship/Fellowship Winners
  • VHS - Virginia Hule
  • U-Matic S - Mohini Singh
  • U-Matic S - Stephanie Torta
  • Betacam - Brenda Scheel (2)
  • VHS - Joseph King
  • VHS - Reggie K. Brown
  • VHS - Yvonne Bertucci
  • VHS - Michael Gardiner
  • VHS - Lori M. Johnston
  • U-Matic - Khuyen Tran
  • VHS - Elizabeth Yuskaitis
  • U-Matic - Karina Rozentals
  • U-Matic - Alice Carrell
  • U-Matic Dan Odle
  • U-Matic - Pamela Jones
  • U-Matic - John Le
  • U-Matic S - Susan Yarb
  • U-Matic S - Drakeel Burns
  • U-Matic S - Rachel Mathison
  • Susan J. Kampmeier (Audiotape)
  • Maren Paxman (Audiotape)
  • Jay Schleuning (Audiotape)
  • Lori M. Johnston (Audiotape)
  • Mitchell Faller (Audiotape)
  • Stephanie Gibney (Audiotape)
  • Carlton Houston (Audiotape)
  • Melissa Taylor (Audiotape)
  • Luis Martinez (Audiotape)
  • Box 6: 1990 Scholarship/Fellowship Winners
  • U-Matic S Tape - Paul F. Brown
  • U-Matic S Tape - Cecile Calier
  • U-Matic S Tape - Elizabeth Blanchard
  • U-Matic S Tape - Lisa Kick
  • U-Matic S Tape - Cecily Tynan
  • U-Matic S Tape - Marshall McPeek
  • U-Matic S Tape - Jennifer L. Johnson
  • Donald K. O’Dell (Audiotape)
  • Box 7:
  • Assorted Videos
  • 14 - Murrow Award Winners: Small Staff Television - 1994
  • 7 - Murrow Award Winners: Large Staff Television (Tape 1) - 1994
  • 6 - Murrow Award Winners: Large Staff Television (Tape 2) - 1994
  • 2 -“Electronic Media’s RTNDA News” Day 1, October 13 - 1994
  • 3 - “Electronic Media’s RTNDA News”, Day 2, October 14 - 1994
  • 3 - “Electronic Media’s RTNDA News”, Day 3, October 15 - 1994
  • 3 - “Electronic Media’s RTNDA News” (1 each for September 26, 27 and 28) - 1991
  • 1 - RTNDA Conference - 1991
  • 1 - RTNDA ’93 NBC Luncheon, October 2 - 1993
  • 1 - “You Be The News Director”, January - 1991
  • 1 - “News Of The Future”: RTNDA Convention, October 13 - 1994
  • 1 - SPAOC Speaker David Bartlett: “A Changing Landscape: TV News in the 21st Century”, March 22 - 1993
  • Box 8:
  • Assorted Videos
  • 6 VHS - Murrow Awards Ceremony - 1997
  • 8 VHS - Murrow Award Winners (on 4 tapes; 2 copies of each) - 1995
  • 2 VHS - Murrow Award Winners: News Documentary Category - 1996
  • 1 VHS - Murrow Award Winners: Spot News, Use of Video, Continuing Coverage Categories - 1996
  • 1 Betacam S - Award (Winner)?: Investigative: “Government Getaway”, WBRC-TV - 1996
  • 1 VHS - NBC Dateline Awards, July 16 - 1996
  • 1 VHS - “Skytrak” Newscenter 4 Nightbeat, October 9-10 - 1995
  • 1 VHS - RTNDA Kiosk - 1995
  • 1 Betacam L - Bill Clinton Speech at RTNDA, October 13 - 1994
  • 1 VHS - RTNDA General Session, : ‘Civic Journalism: Covering Your Community Through Creative Partnership”, September 8 - 1995
  • 1 VHS - RTNDA Opening General Session: ‘If We Build It, Will They Come? The Future of the News Audience’, October 10 - 1996
  • 1 VHS - RTNDA Opening General Session, : ‘Reaching the Gen-X Audience: An Interactive Focus Group’, September 18 - 1997
  • 1 VHS - RTNDA Convention - “News of the Future”, October 13 - 1994
  • 1 VHS - RTNDF Annual Banquet, April 2 - 1996
  • 1 VHS - RTNDA Convention - Paul White Ceremony, September 9 - 1995
  • 1 VHS - RTNDF Luncheon, w/Oprah Winfrey, September 9 - 1995
  • 1 VHS - RTNDA Convention/RTNDF Scholarship Lunch - Barney Oldfield and Carole Simpson Scholarships Winners - 1996
  • 1 VHS - RTNDF Luncheon: S/F Winners, October 12 - 1996
  • 1 VHS - 7th Annual RTNDF First Amendment Banquet, March 12 - 1997
  • 1 VHS - “Kids At Risk: How To Cover Children’s Environmental Health Stories” (RTNDF Excellence in Journalism series)
  • Box 9: 1991 Scholarship/Fellowship Winners
  • 1 U-Matic - Amy J. Van Patten
  • 1 U-Matic - Laurel Shannon
  • 1 U-Matic S - Jim Rogers
  • 1 U-Matic- Ashley Hall
  • 1 U-Matic S - Byron Ward Garvin
  • 1 U-Matic - Paul Shoemaker
  • 1 U-Matic - Susana P. Olivares
  • 1 U-Matic - Karen Gravois
  • 1 U-Matic - Daniel B. Nelson
  • 1 U-Matic - David M. Foertsch
  • Amy J. Van Patten (Audiotape)
  • Laurel Shannon (Audiotape)
  • Bill Barnes (Audiotape)
  • Mark Neerman (Audiotape)
  • Tom Gavin (Audiotape)
  • Box 10: Murrow Award Winners - 1995
  • 1 U-Matic - Spot News (Large): “O.J. Simpson Arrest”, KCAL-Hollywood
  • 1 U-Matic - Spot News (Small): “Water Main Break”, WGGB-Springfield, MA
  • 1 U-Matic - News Series (Small): “Kids in Kuffs”, WYTV- Youngstown
  • 1 U-Matic - Feature Reporting (Small): “Walking for Albania”, KYTV-Springfield, MO
  • 1 U-Matic - Investigative (Large): “You Paid For It”, WTHR - Indianapolis
  • 1 U-Matic - Investigative (Network): “Mercy or Money?”, ABC
  • 1 U-Matic - Spot News (Network): “New South Wales Brushfires”, ABC-Sydney
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Small): “A Soldier’s Day”, WCVE-Richmond
  • 1 U-Matic - Investigative (Small): “Presumed Guilty”, KRGE-Albuquerque
  • 1 U-Matic - Feature Reporting (Large): “Forgotten Forever”, KOTV-Tulsa
  • 1 U-Matic - Sports (Small): “Joan Benoit-Samuelson - Ten Years After”, WVII-Bangor
  • 1 U-Matic S - Use of Video (Small): “Santa’s Day”, WBBH-Ft. Myers
  • 1 U-Matic S - Use of Video (Large): “Fields of Season”, KMBC-Kansas City
  • Use of Sound (Small): “Pope Air Base Crash Memorial Service”, WZFX-AM (Audiotape)
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “D-Day Remembered”, WJDX-FM (Audiotape)
  • Sports (Large): “The Fenway Park Scoreboard”, WBAL-AM (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Small): “Juvenile Justice - Time for Change”, KFGO-FM- Fargo (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Small): “Tornado”, WJDX-FM (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Small): “Atlanta’s Morning News”, WSB-AM-Atlanta (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Large): “The Women’s Clinic Shootings”, WBZ-AM-Boston (Audiotape)
  • Use of Sound (Large): “Bike Messenger”, KCBS-AM-San Francisco (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Large): “King of Hearts”, WLW-AM-Cincinnati (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Network): “Who Owns Life: Patenting Human Genes” (Audiotape)
  • Investigative (Large): “The Case of Alan Hill”, WBAL-AM (Audiotape)
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “D-Day Remembered”, WHAS-FM-Louisville (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Small): “Laurel Tornado”, WBBN-FM (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Network): “Touched By Fire - D-Day Plus 50 Years”, ABC (Audiotape)
  • 2 - Master Tapes: 1995 Award Winners (Audiotape) - 1995
  • Box 11: Murrow Award Winners - 1995
  • 1 U-Matic - Newscast (Small): “Fox News at 9:00”, KSTU-Salt Lake City
  • 1 U-Matic - Newscast (Large): “Prime 9 News at 10”, KCAL-Hollywood
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Large): “Bodies of Evidence: Wallace Investigation”, WBTV-Charlotte
  • 1 U-Matic - Sports (Network): “Colorado Pass”, ESPN
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Network): “They Were Young and Brave”, ABC
  • 1 U-Matic - News Series (Network): “Haiti Coverage”, ABC
  • 1 U-Matic S - Sports (Large): “Mudhens”, KARE-Minneapolis
  • 1 U-Matic - News Series (Large): “Fallen Angel”, WCCO-Minneapolis
  • 1 U-Matic S - Feature Reporting (Network): “Music of World War II”, ABC
  • 1 U-Matic S - Use of Video (Network): “Woodstock Memories”, CNN
  • Radio (Audiotapes)
  • News Documentary (Large): “Critical Decision”, WHYY-Philadelphia
  • Box 12: Regional Winners: Investigative (Small) Category) - 1995
  • 1 U-Matic S - “Social Security Office”, WALA-Mobile
  • 1 Betacam S - “Lethal Wardens 2”, WLKY
  • 1 Betacam S - “Dream Scheme”, KOAT-Albuquerque
  • 1 Betacam S - “Providence Exposed”, WJAR
  • 1 Betacam S - “Caught on Tape”, WKBW
  • 1 Betacam S - “Quarter House”, WDSU-New Orleans
  • 1 Betacam S - “Protected Criminals”, WAVY
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Network): “Runaway Train”, NBC
  • Box 13: Murrow Award Entries - 1996
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Large): “Buckingham Station Fire”, WRIC-Richmond
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Survivor - Elizabeth Ebaugh”, WRC-Washington, DC
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Small): “West Michigan Warriors”, WOTV
  • 1 U-Matic S - Spot News (Small): ‘T-38 Jet Crash”, KFDX-Wichita Falls, TX
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Large): “Out of the Shadows: The New Vietnam”, KCAL-Hollywood
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Large): “Teen Violence”, WVTM
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Large): “Inside the Fire”, WBNS-Columbus
  • 1 U-Matic - Use of Video (Large): “Hay Man”, WBRC-Birmingham
  • 1 U-Matic - Overall Excellence (Small): Newschannel 8 News, WQAD-Moline
  • 1 U-Matic - Overall Excellence (Large): Channel 4 News, WSMV-Nashville
  • 1 U-Matic - News Series (Small): “Organized Labor: The Fall and Rise”, WYTV-Youngstown
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large) “Flo & Kay”, WTSP-Tampa/St. Petersburg
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Forever England”, KOTV-Tulsa
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Freedom Flight”, KLAS
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Small): “Mercado Macabro”, KMEX-Los Angeles
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Large): “Street Beat”, WSOC-Charlotte
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Small): “Like Father, Like Son”, KSTU-Salt Lake City
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Large): “Mail Call”, WKBD-Southfield, MI
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Large): “Search for Samantha”, WHIO-Dayton
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Small): “E.R.”, WBBH-Ft. Myers
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Large): “Search for Samantha”, WHIO-Dayton
  • Box 14: Murrow Award Entries - 1996
  • 1 U-Matic - Newscast (Small) - News Center Six, WDAY-Fargo
  • 1 U-Matic - News Series (Small): “Baby Business”, KNOE-Monroe, LA
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Small): “Project Smile: Peru”, WDAY-Fargo
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Large): “Son of Sam Tapes”, WPIX-New York City
  • 1 U-Matic - Newscast (Small): “Newline”, BBS-CJOH-Ontario, Canada
  • 1 U-Matic - Investigative (Large): “Cabs: Red Flag Ride”, WMAQ-Chicago
  • 1 U-Matic - News Series (Small): “Net Ban”, WTXL-Tallahassee
  • 1 U-Matic - Investigative (Large): “Who Is Agent X?”, NBC
  • 1 U-Matic - Newscast (Small): “Flood/2nd Day”, WVIR-Charlottesville
  • 1 U-Matic - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Sault Ste. Marie Snow”, WWTV-Cadillac, MI
  • 1 U-Matic - Feature Reporting (Small): “Driveway Deals", WIBW-Topeka
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Small): “Young At Heart-Senior Special”, KPLC-Lake Charles, LA
  • 1 U-Matic S - Use of Video (Large): “To Bosnia With Love”, WSOC-Charlotte
  • 1 U-Matic S - Newscast (Large): Action News-5:00 PM, WTAE-Pittsburgh
  • 1 VHS - Investigative (Network): “Children of the Mist”, NBC
  • Box 15: Murrow Award Entries - 1996
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Large): “Police Shooting at Roger Williams”, WJAR-Cranston, RI
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Large): “Bike Messenger”, WCVB-Boston
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Small): “White Tail”, WCVE-Richmond
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Large): “East End Tribute”, News 12-Long Island
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Large): “Iron Oriole”, WBFF-Baltimore
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Large): “January Floods”, KCAL-Hollywood
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Trooper Murder”, WBOC-Salisbury, MD
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Large): “State Police Chopper Crash”, WCVB-Boston
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Tribute to a Senior”, KSNW
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Small): “Radio Planes”, WCVE-Richmond
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Large): “Iron Oriole”, WBFF-Baltimore
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Erin’s Story”, WCVB-Boston
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Large): “Johnston County Deputy Killed”, WTVD-Durham
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Large): “From Rampage to Recovery”, KXLY-Spokane
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Wenatchee Child Sex Ring”, KREM-Spokane
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Large): “Nick the Rebel”, KMGH-Denver
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Large): “Armored Car Heist”, WTXF-Philadelphia
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Large): “Hooked Again”, KCAL-Hollywood
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Miorelli Twins”, WTXF-Philadelphia
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Large): No Title, KXTV-Sacramento
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Large): “Medicare Fraud”, KDKA-Pittsburgh
  • 1 U-Matic S - Feature Reporting (Small): “Harp Lady of Camden”, WLBZ
  • 1 U-Matic S - Sports (Large): “Bo the Bat Boy”, WBRC-Birmingham
  • 1 U-Matic - Overall Excellence (Small): Newscenter 8, KOMU
  • 1 U-Matic - News Series (Small): “Healing Home”, WYTV-Youngstown
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Small): “Unprivate Lives”, WBBH
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “The Barn that Goodpasture Built”, WTHR-Indianapolis
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Small): “Mexico Insolito: Jesus Malverde”, KMEX-Los Angeles
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Large): “Olympic Quest Announcement”, KSL-Salt Lake City
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Large): “Rocky River Rescue”, WSOC-Charlotte
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Large): “All That Glitters”, WAVE
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Small): “Turning To Violence”, KSTU-Salt Lake City
  • Box 16: Murrow Award Entries - 1996
  • 1 U-Matic S - Sports (Small): “Appaloosa Paradise”, KOMU
  • 1 U-Matic S - News Series (Small): “Risky Business: Kids, Cash and Cigarettes”, KVLY- Fargo, ND
  • 1 U-Matic - Sports (Large): “U of M/MSU Rivalry”, WDIV-Detroit
  • 1 Betacam L - Overall Excellence (Large): WTAE-Pittsburgh
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Small): “Parenting Hour”, WRDW-Augusta, GA
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (large): “The List of Life”, WRAL-Raleigh
  • 1 U-Matic - Feature Reporting (Small): “Senior Salute”, WYTV-Youngstown
  • 1 U-Matic - Feature Reporting (Small): “Huntsville Care Rescue Unit”, WAFF-Huntsville, AL
  • 1 U-Matic - Continuing Coverage (Large): “Stadium Scorecard”, WTMJ-Milwaukee
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Large): Pulse at Six, CFCF-Montreal
  • Box 17: Murrow Award Entries - 1996
  • 1 U-Matic - Sports (Small): “Lee Thompson Recovery”, WITN-Washington, DC
  • 1 U-Matic - Continuing Coverage (Large): “Derailment Investigation”, KPNX-Phoenix
  • 1 Betacam L - News Series (Large): “Not In My Neighborhood”, KCAL-Hollywood
  • 1 U-Matic - Overall Excellence (Small): KTVQ-Billings, MT
  • 1 Betacam L - Overall Excellence (Large): 1995 News Overview, WCVB-Boston
  • 1 U-Matic - Overall Excellence (Large): NBC 5 Chicago News Team, WMAQ-Chicago
  • 1 U-Matic - Overall Excellence (Small): WBOC’s Best, WBOC-Salisbury, MD
  • 1 U-Matic - Continuing Coverage (Large): “Hurricane Opal”, WALA-Mobile
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “State Police Chopper Crash”, WBZ-AM-Boston (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Small): “Lives of the Children”, KFJM-AM-Grand Forks, ND (Audiotape)
  • Use of Sound (Small): “sidewalk”, WJMA-FM-Orange, VA (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Small: “Inside Whatcom County Jail”, KGMI-FM-Bellingham, WA (Audiotape)
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Auburn Dam”, KQED-FM-San Francisco (Audiotape)
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Dancing Policeman”, WJMA-AM-Orange, VA (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Small): 7:05AM Comprehensive News, WENT-FM-Gloversville, NY (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Large): “The ’95 Floods”, KGO-FM-San Francisco (Audiotape)
  • Investigative (Large): “Georgia’s Investment Cops”, WSB-AM-Atlanta (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Large): “Oklahoma City: The MI Connection”, WJR-AM-Detroit (Audiotape)
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Vincent Goes Home”, WHAS-AM-Louisville (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Small): “Sammish Lake Spill”, KGMI-AM-Bellingham, WA (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Large): “March Storms”, KCBS-AM-San Francisco (Audiotape)
  • Overall Excellence (Large): WBBM Newsradio 78, WBBM-AM (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Small): “Beating Violence”, WMXV-FM-New York City (Audiotape)
  • Overall Excellence (Large): KCBS-FM-San Francisco (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Small): “Nebraska Nightly”, KUCV-FM (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Small): Sample of Typical Local Newscast, WERT-AM-Van Wert, OH (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Small): “WUFL 1995 Year in Review”, WUFL-AM-Detroit (Audiotape)
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Continuing Coverage of Presidential Visit”, WCFR-AM-Springfield, VT (Audiotape)
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Delaware Schools In Transition”, WILM-AM-Wilmington (Audiotape)
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “The O.J. Verdicts”, KGO-AM-San Francisco (Audiotape)
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “A-S-A Crash”, WSB-AM-Atlanta (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Small): WFLS-AM-Fredericksburg, VA (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Large): “The Gift of Life”, KMOX-AM-St. Louis (Audiotape)
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “1995 General Assembly Election”, WVTF-FM-Roanoke, VA (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Small): “Slash Bar Showdown”, KKOH (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Small): “The Evening Update”, KCSN-FM-Northridge, CA (Audiotape)
  • Box 18: Murrow Award Entries - 1996
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Roxanne Brandenburg-Struggle to Survive”, KFSM-Ft. Smith, AR
  • 1 U-Matic S - Use of Video (Small): “Lemonade!!!!!”, Columbine Cablevision-Ft. Collins, CO
  • 1 VHS - News Documentary (Large): “Palm Sunday Tornado”, WSBT-South Bend, IN
  • 1 U-Matic S - Feature Reporting (Small): “Bull Art”, Columbine Cablevision-Ft. Collins, CO
  • 1 U-Matic - Use of Video (Small): “Air Balloon”, KWES-Midland, TX
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Small): “WXXI Reports: Animal Abuse”, WXXI-Rochester, NY
  • 1 U-Matic - Sports (Small): “Rivalry”, WVIR-Charlottesville
  • 1 U-Matic - Spot News (Small): “Twister Tracks”, WQAD-Moline
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Small): “Trial by Fire”, KEZI
  • 1 U-Matic - Use of Video (Large): “League Bowling”, WTMJ-Milwaukee
  • 1 U-Matic - Investigative (Large): “Security Meltdown”, WTMJ-Milwaukee
  • 1 Betacam L - Overall Excellence (Large): “WRC-Washington, DC
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Large): “Teen TV: Tough Choices”, WRC-Washington, DC
  • 1 Betacam L - News Documentary (Large): “Jesse’s Journey: A Marathon of Love”, BBS-Ontario
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Large): “Gaithersburg Police Chase”, WRC-Washington, DC
  • Newscast (Small): WATD-FM-Marshfield, MA (Audiotape)
  • Investigative (Large): “DIA Bonds”, KOA-AM-Denver (Audiotape)
  • Sports (Large): “Moeller Quilts”, WJR-AM (Audiotape)
  • Investigative (Large): “Global Studies Institute”, Minnesota Public Radio-St. Paul (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Large): “Primary Election-The Morning After”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Large): “The Road to Game 2131”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Large): “Suburban High”, KCBS-AM-San Francisco (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Large): “Children of the Bricks”, WHAS-AM-Louisville (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Large): “The Kitzhaber Machine”, KOPB-FM-Portland, OR (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Large): “State Police Copter Crash”, WBZ-AM-Boston (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Large): “Gas Main Break”, WDEL-AM-Wilmington (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Large): “Little Wanderers”, WBUR-FM-Boston (Audiotape)
  • Use of Sound (Large): “Last Day of the Portland Livestock Exchange”, KOPB-FM-Portland, OR (Audiotape)
  • Sports (Large): “Holy Bull at Jombell”, WHAS-AM-Louisville (Audiotape)
  • Box 19: Murrow Award Entries - 1996
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Large): “Return of the Grey Wolf”, KXLY-Spokane
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Large): “Vital Secrets”, WHDH-Boston
  • 1 Betacam S- Spot News (Large): “North Central Bus Crash”, WTHR-Indianapolis
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Large): “Cal Ripken: May 30, 1982”, WFSB
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Large): “The Peavy Investigation”, WFAA-Dallas
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Large): “Escalating Danger”, WJW-Cleveland
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Large): “Coming Up Short”, WCCO-Minneapolis
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Large): “The Bad Seed”, WFOR-Miami
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Large): “Car Seat Safety”, WTXF-Philadelphia
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Large): “Free to Drive”, WBRC-Birmingham
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Large): WHDH-Boston
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Large): “Melloy Investigation”, KOAT-Albuquerque
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Small): “Noticias 34”, KMEX-Los Angeles
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Small): PBF News, WPBF
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Large): “Shaun Stephenson”, WRC-Washington, DC
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Getting To Work”, KVOO-AM (Audiotape)
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “The Oklahoma Bombing”, KOSU-FM (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Large): “Measure 16-Oregon Confronts Death and Dying”, KOPB-Portland (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Large): “Children At Risk”, WNYC-AM-New York City (Audiotape)
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Bears”, Minnesota Public Radio-St. Paul (Audiotape)
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Heavy Metal Moms”, KUOW-AM-Seattle (Audiotape)
  • Use of Sound (Large): “A Day in the Life of Trooper One”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Small): “Rebirth of Hotel Roanoke”, WVTF-AM-Roanoke, VA (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Large): “Oklahoma City Bombing”, KVOO-AM (Audiotape)
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Kent State 25th Anniversary”, WBBM-AM-Chicago (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Large): “Gangs Come to Alexandria”, KZMZ-FM-Alexandria, LA (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Large): “Women Behind Bars”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Large): “This Was A War”, WJR-AM (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Small): “The Atomic Bomb: Reflections with J. Shelley”, KBUR-AM (Audiotape)
  • Overall Excellence (Large): WBZ-AM-Boston (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Large): KMOX-AM-St. Louis (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Small?): “The Northridge Earthquake-1 Year Later”, KCSN-FM (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Large): “Fate is Not the Final Word”, WWL-AM (Audiotape)
  • News Series Small): “Chicago’s Empowerment Zone”, WNUA-AM-Chicago (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Large): “Kid Crimes”, KGO-AM (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Large): “Flood Coverage”, KFDI-AM-Wichita (Audiotape)
  • Use of Sound (Large): “Speed”, WWJ-AM-Southfield, MI (Audiotape)
  • Overall Excellence (Small): WATD-FM-Marshfield, MA (Audiotape)
  • Overall Excellence (Large): 1995-Year in Review, WBAL-AM-Baltimore (Audiotape)
  • Sports (Large): “Calvin-The Other Ripken”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore (Audiotape)
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Real K-9 Corps”, WWKI-FM-Kokomo, IN (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Small): “Million Man March Activities”, KXJK-AM-Forrest City, AR (Audiotape)
  • Overall Excellence (Small): WBCU-AM-Union, SC (Audiotape)
  • Use of Sound (Large): “Choo-Choo”, WSB-AM-Atlanta (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Large): “Surprise Snowstorm”, KOA-AM-Denver (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Small): “Fox River Grove Bus/Train Crash”, WLS-AM-Chicago (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Large): December 8, 1995 - 7:00AM, WBZ-AM-Boston (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Large): KIRO-AM-Seattle (Audiotape)
  • Use of Sound (Small): “Greyhound Racing-Opening of a Greyhound”, WEDW-FM (Audiotape)
  • Overall Excellence (Small): WVTF News Effort, WVTF-FM-Roanoke, VA (Audiotape)
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Under the Sea”, WRTI-FM-Philadelphia (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Large): “Day in the Life of Death Row”, WOAI-AM (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Small): “Postal Shooting”, WBGO-FM-New York City (Audiotape)
  • News Series (Small): “Poor Sportsmanship”, WFLS-AM-Fredericksburg (Audiotape)
  • Use of Sound (Small): “Sky Parade”, WJDX-FM (Audiotape)
  • Overall Excellence (Large): News/Talk 750 WSB, WSB-AM-Atlanta (Audiotape)
  • Sports (Small): “Pit Crew”, WUFT-FM-Gainesville, FL (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Large): 4PM-April 19, 1995, WBBM-AM-Chicago (Audiotape)
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “The Batting Cage”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore (Audiotape)
  • News Documentary (Large): “The Lives of the Children: A Good Hmong Girl”, WCAL-FM-St. Paul (Audiotape)
  • Use of Sound (Small): “National Christmas Tree”, KKOH (Audiotape)
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Susan Smith Coverage”, WBCU-AM-Union, SC (Audiotape)
  • Use of Sound (Large): “Virtual Cooling”, KCBS-AM-San Francisco (Audiotape)
  • Overall Excellence (Large): KVOO-AM (Audiotape)
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “The Papal Visit-1995”, WCBS-AM-New York City (Audiotape)
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Save Our State”, WUFI-AM-Gainesville, FL (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Small): WBCU-AM-Union, SC (Audiotape)
  • Use of Sound (Large): “Student Rally”, WNYC-AM-New York City (Audiotape)
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “The Opening of the Denver International Airport”, KOA-AM-Denver (Audiotape)
  • Spot News (Small): “Oklahoma Bombing Live Coverage”, KOSU-FM (Audiotape)
  • Newscast (Large): WWL-AM-New Orleans (Audiotape)
  • Box 20: RTNDF Scholarship Applications - 1996
  • 1 VHS - Dominic Massa
  • 1 VHS - Rod C. Johnson
  • 1 VHS - SSgt David Johnson
  • 1 VHS - Jennifer A. Lee
  • 1 VHS - Nischelle Turner
  • 1 VHS - Anita Smith
  • 1 VHS - Tracie Finley
  • 1 VHS - Margaret Lawhon
  • 1 VHS - Ingkeua ‘Klare’ Ly
  • 1 VHS - Bryan Mims
  • 1 Betacam L, 1 VHS - RTNDF Saturday Luncheon, October 12 - 1996
  • 1 VHS - RTNDF Annual Banquet, April 2 - 1996
  • Ingkeua ‘Klare’ Ly (Audiotape)
  • Betsy Webster (Audiotape)
  • Stephen L. Bates (Audiotape)
  • Carrie N. Jones (Audiotape)
  • Melissa Barbara Long (Audiotape)
  • Aimee Barrows (Audiotape)
  • Box 21: Murrow Award Entries: Continuing Coverage (Network), Television - 1997
  • 1 Betacam L - “Ted Kaczynski’s Family”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Christiane Amanpour’s Reports from Zaire”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - “The Pill”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam L - “Unabomber Coverage”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Gun Violence”, BET
  • 1 U-Matic - “CNN’s Worldview: Zaire Coverage”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - “Gulf War Syndrome”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Susie Maroney’s Cuban Swim”, Seven Network Australia
  • 1 Betacam S - “Gulf War Syndrome II”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Dharan”, CBS
  • 1 U-Matic - “Brent Sadler’s Reports from Lebanon”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Network): “Hurricane Fran’s Fury”, NBC
  • Box 22: Murrow Award Entries: News Documentary (Network/Syndication/Program Ser), Television - 1997
  • 1 Betacam S - “Caught In the Act”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Ron Brown: A Celebration of Life”, BET
  • 1 Betacam S - “Til Death Do Us Part”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S -“Judgement at Midnight - Primetime Live”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - “O.J. Simpson”, BET
  • 1 Betacam S - “Riding The Tiger”, CNN
  • 1 U-Matic - “Divided Unions”, CNN
  • 1 U-Matic - “Investigative Reports - The Secret Tapes of Richard Speck”, A&E
  • 1 Betacam S - “Intensive Care”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam - “ABC News Nightline: A Child’s Word”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam - “Hollywood and the News”, Oberman and Associates
  • 1 Betacam - “Gulf War +5”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam - “Busing Special”, Inside Edition
  • Box 23: Murrow Award Entries: News Documentary (Network/Syndication/Program Ser), Television - 1997
  • 1 Betacam L - “Little Girl Lost”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam L - “Sudan Slavery”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam L - “Labor Day”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S -“Turning Point: Race for a Miracle - The Brad and Vicki Margus Story”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Child Lama”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Elephant Man”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Elephant Transactions - Malaysia”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Screams in the Night”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Running Out of Time - Cheetah”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Turning Point: For Better or Worse - Same-Sex Marriage”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - “FIV-Lions of the Serengeti”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Who’s Getting Rich and Why Aren’t You?”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “The Last Revolutionary”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S -”Dying in Vein”, VH-1 (MTV Networks)
  • 1 U-Matic - “Images of Life: Photographs that Changed the World”, Oberman and Associates
  • Box 24: Murrow Award Entries: News Series (Large), Television - 1997
  • 1 Betacam S - “From My Camera”, KMEX-Los Angeles
  • 1 Betacam S - “Risky Restaurants”
  • 1 Betacam S - “School Colours”, U-TV-Vancouver
  • 1 Betacam S - “Troubled Waters”, KGW-Portland
  • 1 Betacam S - “The Drug Maze”, WFAA-Dallas
  • 1 Betacam S - “Air Emergency”, WTVJ
  • 1 Betacam S - “Dorothy’s Story”, WRC-Washington, DC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Rite of Passage”, KARE-Minneapolis
  • Box 25: Murrow Award Entries
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Words”, New England Cable News
  • 1 Betacam L - Overall Excellence (Network), CBS
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Small): “The Quilt: Hope from the Heartland”, WDAY-Fargo
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Small): “The Water Rules”, KLVX-Las Vegas
  • 1 U-Matic - Investigative (Network): “The Tobacco Industry Report”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Marine Bootcamp: Semper Fi”, KTLA
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Saving Jared”, KUSA-Denver
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Flying With The Thunderbirds”, WPIX-New York City
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Brain Injuries - Connie’s Story”, WRC-Washington, DC
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Ice Boaters”, WTHR-Indianapolis
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Graveyard of the Atlantic”, WRAL-Raleigh
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Network): “Antilock Brakes”, Inside Edition
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Network): “World News Tonight: Campaign Moneywatch Series”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Network): “Why Won’t They Stop and Update?”, Inside Edition
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Beantown”, KARE-Minneapolis
  • Box 26: Murrow Award Entries - 1997
  • 1 U-Matic - Feature Reporting (Small): “Hatteburg’s People”, KAKE
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Large): “10 PM Update-Grassfires”, WFAA-Dallas
  • 1 U-Matic - Feature Reporting (Small): “Fish On!”, WQAD-Moline
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Large): News Four at Noon, WRC-Washington, DC
  • 1 Betacam L - News Documentary (Small): “Old Enough To Fight, Old Enough to Vote”, WJAR
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Large): Action News, WTAE-Pittsburgh
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Large): UPN News, KCOP
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Large): News Roundup, 11/20/96, TV Broadcasts, Ltd-Hong Kong
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Large): 12 News at 11, WKRC
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Small): “Harold’s Story”, WLKY
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Small): “Bob Love”, WICD
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Small): “Yeah, Man”, KXLY-Spokane
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Large): News at Ten, KARE-Minneapolis
  • 1 U-Matic S - Feature Reporting (Small): “Sandy”, WLBZ-Bangor
  • 1 U-Matic S - Sports (Small): “Honor Roll”, WBOC-Salisbury, MD
  • Box 27: Murrow Award Entries - 1997
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Network): “Dateline NBC-Cancer Series”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Network): “Frontera Sur”, Univision
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Small): “Campus Rape”, WCVE-Richmond
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Network): “Nigerian Scams”, CNBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Small): “Pig Races”, WCVE-Richmond
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Small): “Make Us Safe”, WXXI-Rochester, NY
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Small): “Pe-Do’s Tombstone”, WDSU-New Orleans
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Small): “Gail’s Journey”, KLAS
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Small): “Broken Lives, Mended Hearts”, WHAS-Louisville
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Network): “Phineas Priests”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Network): “Bringing Up Baby”, CNBC
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Network): “Interview with Steve Forbes”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Small): “Buzzard’s Café”, WHAS-Louisville
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Network): “Baby Snatcher”, CNBC
  • Box 28: Murrow Award Entries: Feature Reporting (Network/Syndication/Program Ser), Television - 1997
  • 1 U-Matic - “Good Vibrations”, Inside Science
  • 1 U-Matic - “Audrey and I”, Regional News Network-WRNN
  • 1 U-Matic - “Unsafe Child Seat”, Consumer Reports TV News
  • 1 Betacam S - “Dirty Emissions”, Inside Science
  • 1 Betacam S - “Hidden Past”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “German Olympian”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Video Views”, Regional News Network-WRNN
  • 1 Betacam S - “Ghost Towns”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Small Town USA”, Inside Edition
  • 1 Betacam S - “Exported Stolen Cars”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Life From Within”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Healing Hands”, EXTRA
  • 1 Betacam S - “Zingaro - French Equestrian Company”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S -”Looking for America -Primetime Live”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - “San Pedro De Macoris”, Univision
  • 1 Betacam S - “Deaf Doctor”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “The Flying Hospital”, CBS
  • Box 29: Murrow Award Entries: Investigative (Network/Syndication/Program Ser), Television - 1997
  • 1 Betacam L - “Fly By Night”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Pork Power”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Door to Door Insurance”, Inside Edition
  • 1 Betacam S - “Bad Blood”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Shell Game”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “A Horrible Secret - Mental Retardation”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Michael Bertolini”, ESPN
  • 1 Betacam S - “Jeffrey Wigand, PhD”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Track Safety Investigation”, Inside Edition
  • 1 Betacam S - “The Price Is Wrong”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Prosperity and Prostitution: Asia’s Economic Bedfellow”, Asia Business News
  • 1 Betacam S - “Bird Strikes”, Inside Edition
  • 1 Betacam S - “Phoney Doctors”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Unabomber”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Ford Fires”, Inside Edition
  • 1 Betacam S - “Security System”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Somalia - Sharia Law”, Worldwide TV News
  • 1 Betacam S - “On The Backs of Children”, Asia Business News
  • 1 Betacam S - “Infomercial Challenge: ‘Cholestaway’”, CNBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Network): CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Network): World News Sunday - Centennial Park Bombing, ABC
  • Box 30: Murrow Award Winners: Overall Excellence (Regional Winners, Small), Television - 1997
  • 1 Betacam L - WHIO-Dayton
  • 1 Betacam L - KOTV-Tulsa
  • 1 Betacam L - KREM-Spokane
  • 1 U-Matic - WOKR-Rochester, NY
  • 1 U-Matic - WHO-Des Moines
  • 1 U-Matic - WBOC-Salisbury, MD
  • 1 Betacam S - WJAR-Cranston, RI
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Network): “Punishing Saddam”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Network): “Gang Tattoo Removal”, CBS
  • 1 U-Matic S - Feature Reporting (Network): “Fort Benning Honors Rangers Past and Present”, Phoenix Cable News
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Network): “U.N. War Crime Tribunal”, Court TV
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Small): “Tapestry”, KFOR-Oklahoma City
  • Box 31: Murrow Award Entries - 1997
  • 1 Betacam L - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Kentuckiana Connection: A New Ohio River Bridge”, WHAS-Louisville
  • 1 U-Matic - Newscast (Small): “Clinton Visit”, WNDV-South Bend, IN
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Small): The News on Six: Shooting of Tulsa Police, KCTV-Tulsa
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Small): Nightteam at 11, WJAT-Cranston, RI
  • 1 U-Matic - Sports (Large): “Kent Tries Umpiring”, KPNX-Phoenix
  • 1 U-Matic - Use of Video (Small): “Touched By an Angel: Hunter Shot”, WWMT-Kalamazoo
  • 1 U-Matic - Sports (Large): “German Olympian”, New York 1 News
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Small): “Holy Ghost”, WJAR-Cranston, RI
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Small): “Reflections”, WWL
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Deadly Dust”, KVBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Large): “Boston Garden Auction”, New England Cable News
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Alicia Search”, WVIR-Charlottesville
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Small): “Repelling Dogs”, KSTU
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Blizzard of 1996”, WHIO-Dayton
  • Box 32: 1997 Murrow Award Entries (Network/Syndication/Program Ser and Large Market)
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “India Plane Crash”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “Oklahoma Drought”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “Billy Joel’s Lecture Tour”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports: “Early Exit”, BET
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “Botero and Samper Interview”, Univision
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports: “The Sports Reporters”, Valerio Productions
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “Bitter Homecoming”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “Road Warriors”, NBC
  • 1 U-Matic - Continuing Coverage: “Suicide Bombings in Israel”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports: “The General”, Regional News Network-WRNN
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “Shilo”, WSMV
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “The King Lives”, WBFF-Baltimore
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “Cape Cod Light”, WCVB-Boston
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Weyauwega Derailment”, WTMJ-Milwaukee
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Firestorms of ‘96”, KCBS
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Housing Horror Stories”, WJLA-Washington, DC
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Hurricane Bertha”, WTVD-Durham
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “’96 Vote”, WCVB-Boston
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Police Brawl”, WXIN-Indianapolis
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “A Fighting Chance”, KARE-Minneapolis
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “Life Blood”, KCNC-Denver
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “Help Me Howard/Subway Violist!”, WPIX
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Mandatory Release”, KRIV-Houston
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “City at Sea: The USS Theodore Roosevelt”, WOIG-Cleveland
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “Monk Candles”, UTV-Vancouver
  • Box 33: Murrow Award Entries (Small Market) - 1997
  • 1 U-Matic - News Series: “Playground Lead”, KAKE-Wichita
  • 1 U-Matic - Spot News: “Hostage Situation”, WTOV-Steubenville, OH
  • 1 U-Matic - Spot News: “Water Main Break”, KAKE-Wichita
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “Search for Kali: The Final Chapter”, WOKR-Rochester, NY
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “South County Spill”, WJAR
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series: “Operation Haiti”, WVEC-Norfolk
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series: “Assignment: Middle East”, WTVH-Syracuse
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast: PBFNEWS Sat 6, WPBF-West Palm Beach
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “Olympic Park Bombings”, WBRC
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series: “No License to Drive”, WICS-Springfield, IL
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series: “Sins of the Fathers”, KREM-Spokane
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series: “EMT”, WGGB-Springfield, MA
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “Hurricane Bertha”, WIS-Columbia, SC
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Large): “NFL Concussions”, WTXF
  • Box 34-35: 1997 Murrow Award Winners: Investigative (Large Market), Television, 1996 and 1997 Murrow Award Entries - 1996, 1997
  • 1 Betacam L - “Jurors Folly”, TV Broadcasts Ltd - Hong Kong
  • 1 Betacam S - “School District Investigation”, KNXV - Phoenix
  • 1 Betacam S - “Ford Explorer”, WCVB-Boston
  • 1 Betacam S - “You Paid For It”, KDKA-Pittsburgh
  • 1 Betacam S - “Heroin Hotel”, WJLA
  • 1 Betacam S - “Laundered Lemons”, KSTW-Seattle
  • 1 Betacam S - “Ford Heights Four”, WMAQ-Chicago
  • 1 Betacam S - “Presumed Guilty”, KXAS-Ft. Worth
  • 1 Betacam L - Overall Excellence (Small): WJXT-Jacksonville
  • 1 U-Matic - Spot News (Small): “Northwest Flooding”, KHQ-Spokane
  • 1 U-Matic - Newscast (Small): “Deputy Shooting”, WOKR-Rochester, NY
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Large): “EMS: A Call for Help”, WXYZ-Southfield, MI
  • 1 U-Matic S - Investigative (Small): “Deceiving Doctors”, WWMT-Kalamazoo
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Large): “The Salvi Verdict”, WCVB-Boston
  • 1 U-Matic - Sports (Large): “Bulldogs vs. Firebirds”, WITT-Milwaukee
  • 1 Betacam L - Overall Excellence: KARE-11 News, KARE-Minneapolis
  • 1 Betacam L - Continuing Coverage (Large): “Flood of ‘96”, KATU-Portland
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Large): “Dying to Drive: Kids, Cars, Caution!”, WJLA
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Scissors Lady”, WFAA-Dallas
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Small): “Gulf War Disease”, KREM
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Large): “I-71 Van Fire Rescue”, WEWS-Cleveland
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Network): “Airline Security”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Network): “Nightline: Whitewater”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Small): “Fouled Out”, WBRC
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Network): “Survivor Firestorm”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Network): “Wright or Wrong?”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Ice Storm”, KREM
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Small): “The Dancers”, WAVE
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Large): “Shooters”, WAGA-Atlanta
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video (Large): “Windmills”, KTVT-Dallas
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Network): “Atlanta Bombing”, Univision
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Small): “Charlie’s Wish”, KSL-Salt Lake City
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Network): “Turning Point: When the Children Accuse, Who To Believe?”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Network): “A Mother’s Love”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Small): “Oklahoma Drought”, KWIV
  • 2 Betacam L - RTNDA 1997 Murrow Award Ceremony
  • 1 Betacam S - “Dave Gilbert”
  • 1 Betacam S - “r-11 Tape 8-A”
  • Radio (Audiotapes)
  • News Series (Large): “Survivors”, WSM-AM-Nashville
  • Overall Excellence (Small): WJDX-FM
  • Spot News (Large): “Tornadoes”, WIVK-AM
  • Investigative (Large): “Blind Justice - Who Killed Janie Frey”, WJR-AM
  • Newscast (Small): “Hurricane Threat”, WJDX-FM
  • News Series (Large): “O.J. Simpson Murder Trial”, ABC
  • Sports (Small): “Golf Classic”, WJDX-FM
  • News Series (Small): “Hidden Handguns”, WLYT-FM-Charlotte
  • Use of Sound (Small): “PETA Pig”, KIOA-AM
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin”, CBS
  • Newscast (Large): 7/18/95, ABC
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Fire Fraud”, KFGO-AM-Fargo
  • Overall Excellence (Large): KIRO-AM-Seattle
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Bull Riding”, ANC
  • Overall Excellence (Large): ABC Radio News
  • Sports (Large): “Pro Golf: It Takes Two”, KWMU-FM
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Expedition at Fuihatchee”, WUAL-FM-Tuscaloosa
  • Newscast (Large): 5PM News, WHAS-AM
  • Spot News (Small): “Flood of ‘95”, WVTF-FM
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Heat Wave”, WBBM-Chicago
  • Use of Sound (Large): “Listening to Christmas”, WUWM-Milwaukee
  • Spot News (Large): “Oklahoma City Bombing”, ABC
  • News Documentary (Large): “Living on the Edge”, WLW-Cincinnati
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “The Blue M&M”, WBZ-Boston
  • Newscast (Network): ABC Radio News
  • Investigative (Small): “Mail Order Ministers”, WIVK-AM
  • Overall Excellence (Small): WHO-AM-Des Moines
  • Sports (Small): “PGA Veteran Finally Wins”, WJDX
  • News Documentary (Large): “Rosewood Reborn”, WMDF-Tampa
  • Spot News (Large): “Olympic Bombing”, WGST-Atlanta
  • Sports (Large): “An Oriole Fan in King George’s Court”, WBAL-Baltimore
  • News Series (Network): “Rural AIDS”, Wisconsin Public Radio
  • News Series (Large): “Strippers: The Naked Truth”, WLW-Cincinnati
  • Feature Reporting (Network): “A Night in the Capital”, ABC
  • Spot News (Network): “Hurricane Fran”, North Carolina News Network
  • Continuing Coverage (Network): “TWA Flight #800 Explosion”, ABC
  • Investigative (Large): “Guardians of Fear”, WJR-AM
  • Newscast (Large): 9/4/1996, WBZ-Boston
  • Newscast (Small): “East Tennessee Roundup”, WIVK-AM
  • Overall Excellence (Network): ABC Radio News
  • Spot News (Small): “(Another) Blizzard”, KFGO-AM-Fargo
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Dryden Cheerleader Murders”, WSYR-AM-Syracuse
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Laugh Off”, WBAP-AM-Arlington, TX
  • News Series (Small): “Infertility: The Miracle of Making Babies”, WHAS-AM-Louisville
  • Use of Sound (Large): “Herb Caen Way”, KCBS-AM-San Francisco
  • Overall Excellence (Large): “1996 Year in Review”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore
  • News Documentary (Small): “New Ferry for Gees Bend”, WVAL-FM
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Wal-Mart vs. George Washington”, WFLS-AM
  • Box 36: Murrow Award Entries - 1997
  • Regional Winners: Overall Excellence (Large Market), Television
  • Eyewitness News, WBNS-Columbus
  • WJLA-Washington, DC
  • WHDH-Boston
  • KCAL-Hollywood
  • News 2, WKRN-Nashville
  • 9KUSA/9News, KUSA-Denver
  • 1 U-Matic - Feature Reporting (Network): “Making a Difference”, Regional News 1 Betacam L - Network-WRNN
  • 1 Betacam - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Hurricane Bertha”, WGHP-High Point, NC
  • 1 U-Matic - Feature Reporting (Network): “South Africa School Integration”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam - Newscast (Small): Eyewitness News at 10, KSL-Salt Lake City
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Small): “Alicia Found”, WVIR-Charlottesville
  • 1 Betacam - Continuing Coverage (Small): “The Gold Rush”, WSFA-Montgomery, AL
  • 1 Betacam - Continuing Coverage (Small): “North Cape Crisis”, WLNE-Providence
  • 1 U-Matic - Feature Reporting (Network): “Zeroing in On Gunfire”, Inside Science
  • Box 37: Murrow Award Regional Winners: Spot News (Large Market), Television, Murrow Award Entries - 1997
  • 1 Betacam S - “Car Thief”, KARE-Minneapolis
  • 1 Betacam S - “PAT Bus Accident”, WTAE-Pittsburgh
  • 1 Betacam S - “West Columbia”, KTRK-Houston
  • 1 Betacam S - “Fatal Flames”, WBFF-Baltimore
  • 1 Betacam S - “Inside the Siege”, KOIN
  • 1 60L Betacam - “The Great Escape”, TV Broadcasts Ltd - Hong Kong
  • 1 U-Matic - “Downtown Firestorm”, KPNX-Phoenix
  • 1 U-Matic - “St. Petersburg Riots”, WFLA-Tampa
  • Television (Videotapes)-
  • 1 Betacam L - News Documentary (Large): “Oklahoma City-One Year Later”, KSTW
  • 1 U-Matic - Spot News (Network): “Olympic Park Bombing”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam L - News Documentary (Large): “L.A.’s Filthy Secret”, KCAL-Hollywood
  • 1 U-Matic - News Documentary (Large): “Time to Die”, WRAL-Raleigh
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Chernobyl Kids”, WTAE-Pittsburgh
  • 1 U-Matic S - Investigative (Small): “Rooms with A View”, WOWT-Omaha
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Large): “Steering You Wrong”, WHDH
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Network): “Srebrenica”, CBS
  • Radio (Audiotapes)-
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Missing Plane”, WTSL-FM
  • Overall Excellence (Small): KVOO-AM
  • Sports (Large): “Colts Closeup”, WNDE-AM
  • News Series (Network): “Tobacco Trials in Florida”, Florida Public Radio
  • 1 - 1995 Murrow Winners (Tape 1 of 2 only)
  • Box 38: Murrow Award Entries: Network/Syndication/Program Ser - 1997
  • Television (Videotapes)-
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Indochina -The Never-Ending War”, Asia Business News
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Countdown to Midnight: The Hong Kong Takeover”, Asia Business News
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “How He Won the War”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Bob Dole’s Campaign”, CNN
  • Radio (Audiotapes)-
  • News Series: “Radio Heathline”, Baylor College of Medicine
  • Continuing Coverage: “Iowa Politics”, Radio Iowa
  • News Series: “The Invisible Crisis: African American Women in Prison”, Pacifica Network News
  • News Series: “The System”, Wisconsin Public Radio
  • Continuing Coverage: “Tunnel Opening Triggers Violence”, CBS
  • Continuing Coverage: “Olympic Bombing”, Mutual
  • Feature Reporting: “Exotics”, Wisconsin Public Radio
  • News Documentary: “Broken Lives: Indiana’s Growing Gang Problem”, Network Indiana
  • Investigative: “Credit Card Fraud and PC Banking”, Minnesota Public Radio
  • Continuing Coverage: “Najarian Trial”, Minnesota Public Radio
  • Overall Excellence: “Westwood One”, Mutual
  • News Series: “CyberShaka”, ABC
  • News Series “Flashback 1996”, C/Net Radio
  • Spot News: “Atlanta Bombing”, ABC
  • News Series: “Sarajevo Family”, Monitor Radio
  • Continuing Coverage: “The Wreck”, Wisconsin Public Radio
  • News Series (Small): “Imperfect Harmony”, WSGW-AM-Saginaw, MI
  • Spot News (Large): “Grand Piano Fire”, WINC-AM-Winchester, VA
  • News Documentary (Small): “Secret Suffering: HIV Discrimination in Rural Wisconsin”, KUWS-FM-Superior, WI
  • Investigative (Large): “If it Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It!”, WCBS-AM-New York City
  • Investigative (Large): “Why the Delay at the MVA?”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore
  • Investigative (Large): “Getting the President’s Ear”, KWMU-FM-St. Louis
  • News Documentary (Large): “When Parents Aren’t Perfect”, KNX-AM-Los Angeles
  • News Documentary (Large): “China in Focus”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore
  • News Documentary (Large): “Graffiti Streets”, WHBC-AM/FM-Canton, OH
  • News Series (Small): “Unfair Faces”, KFGO-AM-Fargo
  • News Series (Small): “Great Smoky Mountains: The Challenges Facing America’s Favorite National Park”, WUAL-AM-Tuscaloosa
  • News Series (Small): “When a Dollar and a Dream Meet Reality”, WHAM-AM-Rochester, NY
  • News Series (Small): “Five Rings to the Future”, KSL-AM-Salt Lake City
  • News Series (Small): “Electricity Restructuring”, WCFR-AM-Springfield, VT
  • News Series (Small): “Assisted Suicide”, WSIU-AM-Carbondale, IL
  • Box 39: Murrow Award Entries (Radio Audiotapes) - 1997
  • Sports (Small): “Brooklyn Dodgers”, WHAS-AM-Louisville
  • Overall Excellence (Small): WCFR-AM
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Raising of the L’Belle”, WOAI-AM-San Antonio
  • Use of Sound (Small): “South Providence Fire”, WPOR-AM-Providence
  • Use of Sound (Small): “Nadison Exercise”, WJMA-AM/FM
  • Overall Excellence (Small): WTVF-FM
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “The ’96 Vote”, KVOO-AM
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Atlanta Olympics”, WGST-AM-Atlanta
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Dr. Snipes”, WJMA-AM/FM
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Tornado”, WHAS-AM-Louisville
  • Overall Excellence (Small): WIVK-AM
  • Use of Sound (Small): “Sounds of Remembrance”, KVOO-AM
  • Spot News (Small): “Snow Storm”, WIVK-AM
  • Sports (Large): “Munson’s Big Adventure”, WSB-AM-Atlanta
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Barnstormer Fever”, Des Moines Radio Group
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “High School Gangs in Juneau?”, KTOO-FM
  • Use of Sound (Small): “Miracle Baby”, WSGW-AM
  • Spot News (Small): “Cops Shot”, KVOO-AM
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Maple Syrup”, WSIU-FM
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Building a Ball Park”, WTMJ-AM-Milwaukee
  • Newscast (Small): 5/10/96, WOC-AM
  • Newscast (Small): Central New York’s Afternoon News, WSYR-AM-Syracuse
  • Newscast (Small): 12/11/96, WMBO-AM
  • Spot News (Small): “Salvation Army Fire”, KFQD-AM
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Bernardin”, WBBM-AM-Chicago
  • Sports (Large): “Go Dad! I Love You, Dad!”, KNX-AM
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Road to the White House”, WHO-AM-Des Moines
  • Spot News (Small): “Flood of ‘96”, WVTF-AM-Roanoke
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Reynolds Murder Case”, WJMA-AM/FM
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Greenville Fire”, KETR-FM-Commerce, TX
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Simpson - The Civil Trial”, KNX-AM
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Tragedy of Flight 800”, WCBS-AM-New York City
  • Spot News (Small): “April 19, 1996 Tornado”, WSOY-AM-Decatur, IL
  • Newscast (Small): W-I-N-A Newscast, WINA-AM-Charlottesville
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Gethsemane”, WHAS-AM-Louisville
  • Sports (large): “Nomo Fans”, KOA-AM-Denver
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Mitsubishi Sexual Harassment Scandal”, WJBC-AM
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Flood of ‘96”, KEX-AM-Portland
  • Newscast (Small): Afternoon Drive, KSL-AM
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “John Salvi”, WBZ-AM-Boston
  • Newscast (Small): Morning Report, WDAI-AM
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Trials of Michael Irvin”, KKDA-AM-Dallas
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Indian Gaming in New Mexico”, KUNM-FM-Albuquerque
  • Box 40: Murrow Award Entries: Large Market (Radio Audiotapes) - 1997
  • Feature Reporting: “Hell Freezes Over”, WTMJ-AM-Milwaukee
  • Feature Reporting: “Macrena”, WMAL-AM-Washington, DC
  • News Series: “Generation X: Exceptional or Experimental”, WGLS-FM-Glassboro, NJ
  • Spot News: “Saving the Stadium”, WTMJ-AM-Milwaukee
  • Overall Excellence: News Talk 790, WSB-AM-Atlanta
  • Newscast: “Gammage Case Mistrial”, KDKA-AM-Pittsburgh
  • Feature Reporting: “Opening Day, 6/18”, KGMI-AM-Bellingham, WA
  • Use of Sound: “Dirt Track Saturday Night”, WTMJ-AM-Milwaukee
  • Use of Sound: “Mass for Guadalupe”, KPLU-FM-Tacoma, WA
  • Use of Sound: “Jitterbugs”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore
  • Newscast: “”BART Shutdown”, KCBS-AM-San Francisco
  • Newscast: Noon News, 9/9/96, WBAL-AM-Baltimore
  • Spot News: “Blizzard of the Century”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore
  • Feature Reporting: “Bluesman”, WBBM-AM-Chicago
  • Overall Excellence: KCBS-AM-San Francisco
  • Overall Excellence: WBZ-AM-Boston
  • Overall Excellence: WBBM-AM-Chicago
  • Overall Excellence: KOMO-AM-Seattle
  • News Series: “Feedlots: The Big Stink”, WCCO-AM-Minneapolis
  • Spot News: “Standoff in Silverlake”, KNX-AM-Los Angeles
  • Feature Reporting: “West Philadelphia Play”, WHYY-FM-Philadelphia
  • News Series: “Americans On-Line”, KNX-AM-Los Angeles
  • Overall Excellence: Newsradio 740 KTRH, KTRH-AM-Houston
  • News Series: “Bridges”, KEX-AM-Portland
  • Use of Sound: “Drought of 1996”, WBAP-AM-Arlington, TX
  • Spot News: “Van Crash”, WATD-FM-Marshfield, MA
  • Feature Reporting: “The Swingers”, KNX-AM-Los Angeles
  • Newscast: Noon Report, KOMO-AM-Seattle
  • Newscast: Wisconsin Morning News, WTMJ-AM-Milwaukee
  • Spot News: “Beta Steel Explosion”, WBBM-AM-Chicago
  • Newscast: “Afternoon Drive”, KTRH-AM-Houston
  • Overall Excellence: WTMJ-AM-Milwaukee
  • Spot News: “Galveston Oil Spill”, KTRH-AM-Houston
  • Newscast: “Indianapolis Today at Noon”, WIBC-AM-Indianapolis
  • Spot News: “River Rescue”, KYW-AM-Philadelphia
  • Newscast: “Olympic Bombing Aftermath”, WSTR-FM-Atlanta
  • Use of Sound: “Accidental Documentaries - Salvation Army Store Tape”, WBEZ-FM-Chicago
  • News Series: “Clearing The Streets: Hook or Crook?”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore
  • Use of Sound: “High Tech Security”, KTRH-AM-Houston
  • Box 41: RTNDA Scholarship Applications - 1997
  • Niccole Kunshek (VHS)
  • Nicolle Gomez (VHS)
  • Janelle Thompson (VHS)
  • Mary Sawyers (VHS)
  • Shawn Call (VHS)
  • Dana Drake (VHS)
  • Zaneta T. Lee (VHS)
  • Tara Arnold (VHS)
  • Lynette Chua (VHS)
  • Christine Harris (VHS)
  • Peter Alexander (VHS)
  • Alan Covey (VHS)
  • Andrea Froehlich (VHS)
  • Lee (Lisa) Evans (VHS)
  • Christine G. Dobbyn (VHS)
  • 1 - Scholarship/Fellowship Luncheon, September 20th
  • Dan Siegel (Audiotapes)
  • Elizabeth A. Bentley (Audiotapes)
  • Len Allen (Audiotapes)
  • Box 42: Murrow Award Entries: Overall Excellence (Television Audiotapes) - 1998
  • 1 Betacam L - Large: WFTV-Orlando
  • 1 Betacam L - Large: KWTV-Oklahoma City
  • 1 Betacam L - Large: WTXF
  • 1 Betacam L - Large: Eyewitness News, WUSA-Washington, DC
  • 1 Betacam L - Large: WTHR-Indianapolis
  • 1 Betacam L - Large: KARE 11 News, KARE-Minneapolis
  • 1 Betacam L - Small: News Source 13, WOKR-Rochester, NY
  • 1 Betacam L - Small: Total News Coverage, WDTN-Dayton
  • 1 Betacam L - Small: Best of News 4, KXLY-Spokane
  • 1 Betacam L - Large: KCBS-Los Angeles
  • 1 VHS - Small: WHO-Des Moines
  • 1 Betacam - Small: ABC33/40, WBMA-Birmingham
  • 1 VHS - Small: WBOC-Salisbury, MD
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Network): “Goodbye, Old Friend”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Network): “Super Cement”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Network): “Kids Day at News Radio”, WCAV-Burbank
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Network): “Free Speech”, NBC
  • Box 43: Murrow Award Entries (Television Videotapes) - 1998
  • 1 Betacam L - News Documentary (Network): “The Ties That Bind”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Network): “The Magnificent Seven”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Large): WAVE-Louisville
  • 1 Betacam L - Overall Excellence (Network): Dateline NBC
  • 1 U-Matic - Newscast (Network): Media One Metro News
  • 1 Betacam L - News Documentary (Network): “For Whom the Bell Tolls”, CNBC
  • 1 VHS - Newscast (Large): “Texas News 5 @ 10 PM, KXAS-Ft. Worth
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Small): “Free Bird”, KLAS
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Network): “Death of Princess Diana”, CBS
  • 1 VHS - Newscast (Network): Northland Cable News
  • 1 VHS - News Documentary (Small): “Death Row Convictions Dare”, WANE-Ft. Wayne
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Large): Channel 13 Eyewitness News, WTHR-Indianapolis
  • 1 VHS - Newscast (Network): “Arkan Wanted & The Hitman”, CNN
  • 1 VHS - Spot News (Small): “Rainsville Tornado”, WAFF-Huntsville
  • 1 VHS - News Documentary (Small): “Trying or Dying to Quit”, KCBD-Lubbock
  • 1 VHS - Spot News (Small): “Plymouth Band Accident”, WITN-Washington, NC
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Network): Univision News
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Large): 9 News at Ten, KUSA-Denver
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Large): KARE 11 News at Five, KARE-Minneapolis
  • Box 44: Murrow Award Entries: News Documentary (Network/Syndication/Program Ser - Television Videotapes) - 1998
  • 1 Betacam S - “Coming to Terms”, MTV
  • 1 Betacam S - “Alabama’s Superfund Sites”, Alabama Public Television
  • 1 Betacam S - “Separate Lives”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “The New Rules of the Game”, Univision
  • 1 Betacam S - “Turning Point: Romania - What Happens to the Children”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Turning Point: Heroin - The New High School High”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Voices of the Future/Face to Face with Clinton”, Univision
  • 1 Betacam S - “Henry Hays Execution”, Alabama Public Television
  • 1 Betacam S - “Two Women Bound for History”, Univision
  • 1 Betacam S - “The Muffin Lady”, GOP-TV
  • 1 Betacam S - “American Model I & II”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - “Things You Don’t Talk About”, Univision
  • 1 Betacam S - “Strive” CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Murder by the Book”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Dark Victory”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Ed Bradley on Assignment: Under Siege”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Descent of a Woman”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Code Blue”, CBS
  • 1 VHS - “Beyond Black and White”, New Hampshire Public Television
  • 1 VHS - “Secret White House Tapes”, A&E
  • 1 VHS - “Meth’s Deadly High”, A&E
  • 1 VHS - “Managing your Money”, Wall Street Journal Television
  • 1 VHS - “Why Can’t We Live Together”, Scripps-Howard
  • 1 VHS - “Cuba: The Struggling Revolution”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - “Enter the Jury Room”, CBS
  • 1 VHS - “Realities of Retirement”, Wall Street Journal Television
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Large): “Public Property, Private Lives”, WCVB-Boston
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Stephanie’s Story”, KMBC-Kansas City
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Large): “Intercontinental Con Games”, KOAT-Albuquerque
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Large): “Cries for Help: Abuse of the Mentally Retarded”, WJLA
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Large): “Sam Texas, Hidden Cam”, KRIV-Houston
  • 1 VHS - Feature Reporting (Large): “Eagle Tagging”, WTHR
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Large): “Cops, Cash and Cover-Up”, WAGA-Atlanta
  • Box 45: Murrow Award Entries: Feature Reporting (Network/Syndication/Program Ser - Television Videotapes) - 1998
  • 1 Betacam S - “Love and Lust on the Internet”, CNBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Out of the Ashes”, CBS
  • 1 VHS - “School Raze”, Wisconsin Public Television
  • 1 Betacam S - “Welfare to Work”, Bloomberg Television
  • 1 Betacam S - “Elizabeth Eckford’s Story”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Seinfeld”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Old Form, New Crowd”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Allowance Rules”, Ivanhoe Broadcast News
  • 1 Betacam S - “Fatherhood Revolution: To The Contrary”, Persephone Productions
  • 1 Betacam S - “Talking Tree”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - “At the Pinnacle”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Looking for Love in All the Right Places”, Ivanhoe Broadcast News
  • 1 Betacam S - “Going Home”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “First Lady”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Look Up For Yes”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Military Movies”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Car Sounds”, Ivanhoe Broadcast News
  • Box 46: Murrow Award Entries: Small Market (Television Videotapes) - 1998
  • 1 Betacam L - Feature Reporting: “Animal Stories”, KSBW
  • 1 Betacam L - News Documentary: “Siderail Summit Show”, WGGB-Springfield, MA
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “Nothing but Sugar”, KOTV-Tulsa
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “Rocks”, WQAD-Moline
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “Pony Swim”, WBOC-Salisbury, MD
  • 1 VHS - Use of Video: “Finger Lakes Vineyard”, WHEC-Rochester, NY
  • 1 VHS - Use of Video: “Plymouth Tribute”, WCTI-New Bern, NC
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “Ice to Dirt”, KLVX
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports: “Art Bates”, WTOL
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “For Dear Life”, WMTN-Auburn, ME
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “Versailles Preview”, WAPT-Jackson, MS
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “Challenge to Change”, WJXT-Jacksonville
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “Rock-a-Bye-Baby”, WKOW-Madison
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “Who’s Watching”, WDTN-Dayton
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports: “Top Recruit”, KFSN-Fresno
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports: “Ernest Blackwell”, KOMU
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “Power Outage”, WOKR-Rochester, NY
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports: “One Big Singer”, WOKR-Rochester, NY
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “Tornado”, WFIE-Evansville, IN
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “Horse Rescue”, KTVB-Boise
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports: “Field of Dreams”, WBRC-Birmingham
  • 1 VHS - News Documentary: “Need-to-Know Transplants”, WXXI-Rochester, NY
  • Box 47: Murrow Award Entries (Television Videotapes) - 1998
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Network/Syndication/Program Ser):
  • 1 Betacam S -”The Jury Speaks”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “January Lake Effect Show”, The Weather Channel
  • 1 VHS - “Rochester Police Shooting”, R-News
  • 1 Betacam S - “Death of a Princess II”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “December Snow”, The Weather Channel
  • 1 VHS - “Mudslide”, Northland Cable News
  • 1 Betacam S - “Diana”, Associated Press
  • 1 Betacam S - “Minute by Minute: L.A. Heat”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Manhunt”, NBC
  • 1 VHS - “Guam Plane Crash”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Hurricane Danny”, The Weather Channel
  • 1 Betacam S - “Gimme Shelter: A Dateline Survivor Story”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Montserrat Volcano: Under the Volcano”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “The Final Days”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Silent Scream”, CBS
  • Use of Video (Large Market):
  • 1 Betacam S - “Long Island Lighthouse”, News 12 Regional Networks
  • 1 Betacam S - “Getting Into the OSU Band”, WCMH-Columbus
  • 1 Betacam S - “Bomb Trial Closer”, KWTV-Oklahoma City
  • 1 Betacam S - “Chelsea Fire”, WCBV-Boston
  • 1 Betacam S - “Psychic Cops”, KCBS-Los Angeles
  • 1 Betacam S - “Cannibals”, WHAS-Louisville
  • 1 Betacam S - “Buffalo Round-Up”, KCNC-Denver
  • 1 Betacam S - “Police Officer and Fire Fighter Tributes”, WUSA-Washington, DC
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Large): “CHP Shooting”, KTLA-Los Angeles
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Large): “Clinic Bombing”, WAGA-Atlanta
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Large): “Escaped Prisoner”, WCMH-Columbus
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Large): “Grand Forks Fire”, KSTP-Minneapolis
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News (Large): “Louise Woodward Arrested”, WCVB-Boston
  • Box 48: Murrow Award Entries: News Series (Network/Syndication/Program Ser - Television Videotapes) - 1998
  • 1 Betacam S - “Breaking the Silence”, Univision
  • 1 Betacam S - “Land Mine Series”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Youth Suicide”, ABC
  • 1 VHS - “New Media News”, Knowledge TV
  • 1 Betacam S - “Wild Minutes”, Image TV
  • 1 Betacam S - “The Broom Maker”, Alabama Public Television
  • 1 Betacam S - “Drinking 101”, ABC
  • 1 VHS - “RxTV”, Knowledge TV
  • 1 VHS - “Showdown with Iraq”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - “El Nino Coverage”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - “Whose Child is This?”, Univision
  • 1 Betacam S - “Weekend: Campaign Finance Reform”, Wisconsin Public Television
  • 1 Betacam S - “Gift of Life/An Endless Wait”, Univision
  • 1 VHS - “Arkan: Wanted/The Hitman”, CNN
  • 1 VHS - “Easy Money: Parts I and II”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - “The Future of the Royal Family”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - “Welfare Reform in Alabama”, Alabama Public Television
  • 1 Betacam S - “Superbugs”, ABC
  • 1 VHS - “Mrs. Fixit Lady Easy Home Repair”, Mrs. Fixit
  • Box 49: Murrow Award Entries (Television Videotapes) - 1998
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “The Big Heist”, WJXT-Jacksonville
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Kodak Moments”, WOKR-Rochester, NY
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Network): “Death of a Princess”, EXTRA
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “The Search for Cody and India”, WDTN-Dayton
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary (Small): “Where the Buffalo Can’t Roam”, KXLY-Spokane
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “The 97 Vote - School Tax Turning Point”, WBRZ-Baton Rouge
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Small): “Phen-Fen: What Do You Have to Lose?”, KREM-Spokane
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Small): “Illegal Immigrant Smuggling”, KTBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Fighting Peiesteria”, WBOC-Salisbury, MD
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Small): “Maine/N.H. National Guard Mission to Bosnia and 1 Betacam S - Hungary”, WCSH-Portland, ME
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Small): “Nobody’s Pet”, WHIO-Dayton
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Small): “Meth: The Homemade High”, KLAS-Las Vegas
  • 1 VHS - Investigative (Small): “Justice for All”, KMTR-Springfield, OR
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Small): “Unusual Suspects”, KSNW-Wichita
  • 1 VHS - News Documentary (Network): “Child Sex Trade”, A&E
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Red River Valley Flood”, KVLY-Fargo
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Small): “The Many Faces of AIDS”, WDTN-Dayton
  • 1 VHS - Overall Excellence (Network): CNN 1997, CNN
  • 1 VHS - Newscast (Large): Action News at 11, WTAE-Pittsburgh
  • 1 VHS - Investigative (Small): “The War Veterans Home”, KNOE-Monroe, LA
  • 1 VHS - News Series (Small): “Pfiesteria Hysteria”, WMDT-Salisbury, MD
  • 1 VHS - Investigative (Small): “Nuclear Fire Department”, WIXT-Syracuse
  • 1 VHS - Overall Excellence (Network): Northland Cable News
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Small): “Life on Death Row”, KVBC
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Small): “Buffalo River Journey”, KYTV
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series (Small): “Search for Billy”, WOKR-Rochester, NY
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage (Small): “Dirty Athletic Program at Fresno State”, KSEE
  • Box 50: Murrow Award Entries: (Network/Syndication/Program Ser - Television Videotapes)
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series: “The Tobacco Papers”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “Catfish Hunter”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “Get a Grip”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series: “Hitch Reporting on ABC News”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “Scott Stantis”, Alabama Public Television
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “A Mind of Her Own”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series: “Tuskegee Syphilis Study Apology”, Alabama Public Television
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “Board of Education”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series: “Tale of Two Cities: Bricks & Mortar/The Children/Crime”, CNN
  • 1 VHS - News Series: “Bamboo Ballot Box”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series: “Aviation Safety (Warning Signs: Turn for the Worse)”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “TWA Families”, ABC
  • 1 VHS - News Series: “Moneytrail”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - News Series: “Bosnia War Crimes”, NBC
  • 1 VHS - News Series: “Holy Terror?”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “Bobo Blakston”, Alabama Public Television
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting: “Coast Guard Training”, CBS
  • Box 51: Murrow Award Entries (Large Market, Television Videotapes) - 1998
  • 1 Betacam L - News Documentary: “Look For Me Here: 299 Days in the Life of Nora Linahan”, New England Cable News
  • 1 Betacam L - News Documentary: “Through the Eyes of Children: War in Bosnia”, KTTV-Los Angeles
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary: “The Holocaust: Utah Remembers”, KSL-Salt Lake City
  • 1 VHS - Continuing Coverage: “What Happened to Crystal?”, KSHB
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary: “Teen Smoking: Giving Up the Butt”, WCCO-Minneapolis
  • 1 VHS - Continuing Coverage: “The Louise Woodward Trial”, WCVB-Boston
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Bernar Investigation”, WTXF-Philadelphia
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Minister Exposed”, WCPX-Orlando
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Lone Star Standoff”, KHOW-Houston
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports: “Bush Stadium Farewell”, WTHR-Indianapolis
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary: “Beyond Tolerance”, KXAS-Ft. Worth
  • 1 Betacam S - Continuing Coverage: “Burial in Arlington: The Story of Larry Lawrence”, WJLA-Washington, DC
  • 1 Betacam S - Spot News: “Fort Collins Flood”, KCNC-Denver
  • 1 VHS - News Documentary: “A Death in the Family”, WFLD-Chicago
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary: “Rock Bottom”, WFTS-Tampa
  • 1 VHS - Spot News: “Pitcairn Flood”, WTAE-Pittsburgh
  • Box 52: Murrow Award Entries (Television Videotapes) - 1998
  • 1 Betacam L - Newscast (Small): Action News at 6, KSBW
  • 1 Betacam L - News Documentary (Network): “Pot of Gold”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam L - News Documentary (Network): “Little Boy Lost”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Goosebuster”, KCNC-Denver
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Small): News 4 at 11, KXLY-Spokane
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Small): News Source 13 at 6, WOKR-Rochester, NY
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Small): ER Newscast, KSNF-Joplin, MO
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Pearl Button Maker”, WUSA-Washington, DC
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Large): “Casino Castaways”, WTXF
  • 1 VHS - Newscast (Small): “March 1st Tornado”, KTHV
  • 1 VHS - News Series (Network): “In the Spotlight - Arts and Entertainment Reports”, Media One Network News
  • 1 VHS - Sports (Large): “Disc Golf”, WGNO
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “The Beer Poet”, WKRN
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Straight Edge”, WTXF
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Rodeo Life”, KWTV-Oklahoma City
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Large): “The Matt Christian Story”, New England Cable News
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Large): “Ice Boat”, KARE-Minneapolis
  • 1 Betacam S - Feature Reporting (Large): “Friday Night Football”, WCVB-Boston
  • 1 VHS - Sports (Large): “Utah Jazz Noise”, WGN-Chicago
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Large): “Downhill Marathon”, KMGH-Denver
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports (Large): “Hardy Nickerson”, WTVT-Tampa
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Small): News 2 at 6:00, WCBD-Charleston, SC
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative (Large): “Snelling Cemetery”, KARE-Minneapolis
  • 1 Betacam S - Newscast (Small): “The Search Continues”, WDIN
  • Box 53: Murrow Award Entries: (Network/Syndication/Program Ser - Television Videotapes) - 1998
  • 1 Betacam L - Investigative: “Money Trail”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam L - Use of Video: “All on Her Own”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative: “In Plain Sight”, CBS
  • 1 VHS - Investigative: “Secret Warriors”, CNN
  • 1 VHS - Investigative: “Death on the Border”, CNN
  • 1 VHS - Investigative: “Flash Fires”, King World Productions
  • 1 Betacam S - News Documentary: “Cult Awareness Network”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - Sports: “Page One: ASU Point Sharing”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative: “Cheated Workers”, CBS
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “The Art of Life: Don Elden in Africa”, CNN
  • 1 VHS - Investigative: “Dr. Test”, King World Productions
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative: “Recall Check”, King World Productions
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative: “Decoster”, NBC
  • 1 VHS - Investigative: “The Bicycle Thief”, NBC
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative: “Flying Solo”, King World Productions
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative: “Blood Money”, ABC
  • 1 Betacam S - Use of Video: “Spider Scare”, Ivanhoe Broadcast News
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative: “Daily News - The Tupac Shakur Murder Investigation”, MTV
  • 1 VHS - Investigative: “Fronting”, R-News
  • 1 VHS - Investigative: “Sludge”, CNN
  • 1 VHS - Investigative: “Inside North Korea”, CNN
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative: “A Space for Sale”, Univision
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative: “Let Me Call You Sweetheart”, NBC
  • 1 VHS - Investigative: “Dangerous Hotels”, King World Productions
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative: “Desert and Curse”, EXTRA
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative: “Dr. Germ Project”, NBC
  • 1 VHS - Investigative: “Indoor Playgrounds”, King World Productions
  • 1 Betacam S - Investigative: “Domestic Violence I and II”,
  • 1 VHS - Investigative: “Swaggart: Rich in Disgrace - Salvation of an Empire”, CNN
  • Box 54: Murrow Award Entries (Radio Audiotapes) - 1998
  • News Series (Network): “Waiting for Change: Haiti’s Troubled Democracy”, WGBH-FM
  • News Documentary (Network): “Troubled Waters”, Living On Earth
  • Newscast (Network): CBS News Radio
  • News Series (Large): “Juvenile Crime: Hard Times”, KTAR-Phoenix
  • News Series (Large): “Give a Kidney - Get a Life”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore
  • News Series (Network): “Straight Talk on Drugs”, ABC News Radio
  • Investigative (Large): “Model Scam”, KIRO-AM-Seattle
  • News Series (Large): “Rage and Reconciliation”, WJR-AM-Detroit
  • Newscast (Network): Hourly Newscast, Associated Press
  • News Series (Network): “Jackie Robinson: His Life and Legacy”, CBS
  • News Series (Network): “Gloucester St. The Crossroads-St. Peter’s Fiesta”, Living On Earth
  • Investigative (Large): “Fleabag Hotel”, KCBS-AM-San Francisco
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Atlanta Bombings”, WSB-AM-Atlanta
  • Spot News (Large): “Loop Accident”, WMAQ-AM-Chicago
  • Investigative (Large): “MUD Police”, KTRH-AM-Houston
  • News Documentary (Large): “Downtown St. Louis”, KWMV-FM-St. Louis
  • Newscast (Network): “Mutual News - Top of the Hour”, Mutual
  • News Documentary (Large): “Bosnia Perspective”, WOAI-AM-San Antonio
  • News Documentary (Large): “Hidden Shame”, KCBS-AM-San Francisco
  • News Series (Network): “Che Guevara - The Man Behind the Myth”, WGBH/BBC
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “The McVeigh Verdicts”, KOA-AM-Denver
  • News Documentary (Network): “Vanishing Borders”, North Carolina News Network
  • News Series (Large): “It Could Happen to You”, KSCS-FM-Arlington, TX
  • Spot News (Large): “Hollywood Fire”, KEX-AM-Portland
  • News Documentary (Large): “75th Anniversary Show”, WSB-AM-Atlanta
  • Investigative (Large): “Demise of a Police Chief”, WTOP-AM-Washington, DC
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “The Pack is Back”, WTMJ-FM-Milwaukee
  • Spot News (Large): “Danger in DC: Anthrax”, WTOP-AM-Washington, DC
  • Spot News (Large): “Bellaire Shoot-Out”, KTRH-AM-Houston
  • News Series (Network): “Banking on Fees”, Minnesota Public Radio
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “The Flood of 1997”, WLW-AM-Cincinnati
  • News Documentary (Large): “Death Penalty”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore
  • News Documentary (Large): “Burn Hypnosis”, KPLV-FM-Seattle
  • News Series (Large): “Faces of Poverty”, KPLV-FM-Seattle
  • News Documentary (Large): “Railroads by the Sea: The Old Colony Railroad Story”, WATD-FM-Marshfield, MA
  • Newscast (Large): 7 AM News, WHAS-AM-Louisville
  • News Series (Large): “He Touched Me in a Bad Way”, WSM-AM-Nashville
  • Spot News (Large): “Death of A Princess”, WINS-AM-New York City
  • Continuing Coverage (Large): “Inauguration Day 1997”, WMAL-AM-Washington, DC
  • News Series (Small): “Commercial Aviation Bush Alaska”, KTOO-FM-Juneau
  • Newscast (Network): CBS World News
  • Use of Sound (Large): “Building Down”, WBBM-AM-Chicago
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Glacier Bay Fishing Fight”, KTOO-FM-Juneau
  • Overall Excellence (Large): WATD-FM-Marshfield, MA
  • Overall Excellence (Large): KTAR-AM-Phoenix
  • Newscast (Small): The Noon News Update, WILM-AM-Wilmington
  • Feature Reporting (Network): “Jimmy Stewart Salute”, CNN
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Quincenara Feature”, WBAP-AM-Arlington, TX
  • Spot News (Network): “Death Sentence”, CNN
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Lemonade Man”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore
  • Overall Excellence (Large): WINS-AM-New York City
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Buried”, WSYR-AM-Syracuse
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Fireworks Blast”, WNOX-AM-Knoxville
  • Newscast (Network): ABC
  • Feature Reporting (Network): “Legacy of Thomas Sankara”, WGBH/BBC
  • Feature Reporting (Network): “Holyland”, Alabama Public Radio
  • News Series (Small): “Gambling in the Hills”, WNOX-FM-Knoxville
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Vietnam Wall”, WBZ-Am-Boston
  • Overall Excellence (Small): WCFR-AM-Springfield, VT
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Costume Shop”, WFAE-AM
  • Continuing Coverage (Network): “Farewell to a Princess”, CBS
  • Sports (Large): “Jackie Robinson”, WLW-AM-Cincinnati
  • Spot News (Small): “Roby Siege Ends/New Berlin Plane Crash”, WTAX-AM-Springfield, IL
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Chicago Bulls”, WLS-AM-Chicago
  • Overall Excellence (Large): WMAL-AM-Washington, DC
  • Newscast (Small): 10:30 PM News, WJBC-AM
  • Feature Reporting (Network): “Electronic Playground”, CNN
  • Overall Excellence (Large): WOAI-AM-San Antonio
  • Newscast (Large): San Antonio’s Early Morning News, WOAI-AM-San Antonio
  • Overall Excellence (Large): KEX-AM-Portland
  • Newscast (Large): Wisconsin’s Morning News, WTMJ-AM-Milwaukee
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Packermania”, WUWM-FM-Milwaukee
  • Use of Sound (Network): “Yearender: The Death of Princess Diana”, CNN
  • Use of Sound (Small): “Santa Train”, KGMI-AM-Bellingham, WA
  • Newscast (Small): WHO-AM-Des Moines
  • Continuing Coverage (Network): “Flood Compilation”, Minnesota Public Radio
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Cheers for Charlie”, KUFM-Fm-Billings
  • News Series (Small): “Vermont /Texas Low Level Waste”, Vermont Public Radio
  • Newscast (Large): Newsday at Noon, WTVN-AM-Columbus
  • Continuing Coverage (Network): “Coverage of Zaire”, WGBH/BBC
  • Use of Sound (Large): “Pike Place Fish”, WBAL-Am-Baltimore
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Institute of Health Professions”, WUFT-AM
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Edgar Retires”, WTAX-AM-Springfield, IL
  • Feature Reporting (Small): “Talkin’ Turkey”, KFGO-AM-Fargo
  • Overall Excellence (Large): WDBO-AM-Orlando
  • Use of Sound (Small): “Hometown Radio KOMC & KRZK Remember the 1997 Veterans”, KOMC/KRZK-FM
  • Sports (Large): “Baseball Realities”, KPLU-FM
  • Spot News (Small): “School Bus Crash”, WSYR-AM-Syracuse
  • Newscast (Large): WTOP-AM
  • Use of Sound (Network): “Pulse of the Planet”, Jim Metzner Productions
  • Newscast (Large): 7 AM Colorado’s Morning, KOA-AM-Denver
  • Continuing Coverage (Small): “Cherokee Turmoil”, KVOO-Tulsa
  • Overall Excellence (Network): CNN
  • Sports (Large): “Sunday Soccer”, WUWM-FM-Milwaukee
  • Feature Reporting (Network): “Goodnight Moon”, ABC
  • Newscast (Small): Midday Report, WCFR-AM-Springfield, VT
  • Use of Sound (Network): “Electronic Playground”, CNN
  • Use of Sound (Large): “The Great Bird Chase”, WDBO-Orlando
  • Newscast (Large): “New Year’s Flood”, KCBS-AM-San Francisco
  • Use of Sound (Small): “Hail to the Chief”, WGY-AM-Albany
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Jilted Bride”, KIRO-AM-Seattle
  • Spot News (Network): “Sentencing for Timothy McVeigh”, CBS
  • Feature Reporting (Large): “Freedom on the River”, WXPN-FM
  • Newscast (Small): Central New York’s Morning, WSYR-AM-Syracuse
  • Sports (Large): “Ted Bonda”, WBAL-AM-Baltimore
  • Spot News (Small): “June 13 Storm”, KFDI-AM/FM-Wichita
  • Use of Sound (Network): “Yearender”, CNN
  • Use of Sound (Large): “Back Rub”, KOA-AM-Denver
  • Use of Sound (Small): “Cash Memorial”, WZFX-FM
  • Spot News (Network): “Bomb Blast”, WGBH/BBC
  • Sports (Large): “Sweating Over the X-Games”, KPBS-FM
  • News Documentary (Small): “Wakeup Call/Teen Pregnancy”, WNOX-FM-Knoxville
  • Overall Excellence (Network): NBC Radio News/Mutual
  • News Documentary (Small): “The Future of Pittsfield, MA”, WAMC-FM-Albany
  • Box 55: RTNDA/RTNDF Scholarship/Fellowship Winners - 1998
  • Lisa Hunter (VHS)
  • Christian Patterson (VHS)
  • Trazanna Halstead (VHS)
  • Holly Harris (VHS)
  • Carlos Garcia (VHS)
  • Leon Blair (VHS)
  • Lucas Colavecchio (VHS)
  • Jeffrey Horwich (VHS)
  • David Gaynes (VHS)
  • Amber Moser (VHS)
  • Virginia Huie (VHS)
  • Natasha Smith (VHS)
  • Bernard Choi (VHS)
  • Matthew Nordin (VHS)
  • John Daley (VHS)
  • 1 - “News Leader Summit” - Opening General Session, RTNDA Conference, September 24
  • Carlos Garcia (Audiotape)
  • Mark Brodie (Audiotape)
  • Matthew Nordin (Audiotape)
  • Allyson Beautke (Audiotape)
  • Frederick Melo (Audiotape)
  • Box 56: RTNDA/RTNDF Scholarship/Fellowship Applications - 1999
  • Lauri Martin (VHS)
  • Matt Hammill (VHS)
  • Joe Fryer (VHS)
  • Chris Pollone (VHS)
  • Ryan Rauzon (VHS)
  • Nicholas Kenig (VHS)
  • Mark Garrison (VHS)
  • Vicky Nguyen (VHS)
  • Erin Kenyon (VHS)
  • Douglas Hassenbein (VHS)
  • Kiet Do (VHS)
  • Nicole Jolly (VHS)
  • Victoria Langley (VHS)
  • Michelle Kimbler (VHS)
  • Michelle Tuckner (VHS)
  • Victoria Lim (VHS)
  • Juliet Bickford (VHS)
  • Julie Goodwin (Audiotape)
  • Chas. Henry (Audiotape)
  • Erin Kenyon (Audiotape)
  • Box 57: Audiotape Sets of RTNDA Conferences - 1988, 1990
  • 5 sets - 1988 Conference
  • 2 sets - 1990 Conference
  • Box 58: Audiotape Sets of RTNDA Conferences - 1981-1990, 1995
  • 1 set -1981 Conference
  • 5 sets -1982 Conference
  • 3 sets -1987 Conference
  • 5 sets -1989 Conference
  • 1 set -1990 Conference
  • 1 - “Terry Drinkwater”, RTNDA Conference, May 18th - 1995
  • 6 - Audio interviews with RTNDA Historian Jack Shelley and former RTNDA Chairman Bob Priddy
  • Box 59: Various Audiotapes - 1993-1996
  • 13 sets - 1995 Murrow Award Winners (2 tape set), and 1 additional Tape 2 of 2
  • RTNDA Board of Directors Meetings (1- 3/13/93, 2- 3/26/94, 3- 10/11/94, 2- 10/16/94, 3- 9/5/95, 2- 9/10/95) - 1993-1995
  • RTNDA Board Executive Committee Meetings (2- 3/25/94, 1- 6/4/94, 4- 10/10/94, 2- 12/3/94, 3- 1/20/95, 1- 3/14/95, 1- 6/22/95, 1- 9/4/95) - 1994-1995
  • RTNDA Board Executive Committee Conference Calls (1-1/10/94, 2- 5/18/95, 1- 7/20/95, 1- 2/21/?) - 1994-1995
  • RTNDF Board of Trustees Meetings (2- 10/12/94, 1- 4/7/94, 3- 4/6/95) - 1994-1995
  • RTNDF Trustees Executive Committee Meetings (1- 6/16/95) - 1995
  • RTNDF Trustees Executive Committee Conference Calls (1- 10/13/93) - 1993
  • 1 - RTNDA 50th International Conference: “This Just In: Oklahoma Bombing”
  • 1 - RTNDA 50th International Conference: “Differentiating Your News Product”
  • 3 - Jim Bohannon Show (2- 1/28/94 on Fairness Doctrine, 1- 4/1/96-Bartell/Schwartzman) “Votes 1993” - 1994-1996
  • Box 60: Various Audiotapes - 1993, 1995-1996
  • 2 sets - RTNDA 1996 Conference Sessions - 48 Tapes
  • RTNDA Board of Directors Meetings (4- 1/21/95, 4- 12/2/95, 3- 3/1/96)
  • RTNDA Board Executive Committee Meetings (2- 3/14/95, 1- 4/20/95, 1- 9/4/95, 3- 12/1/95)
  • RTNDF Board of Trustees Meetings (2- 4/3/96, 2- 12/6/96)
  • RTNDF Board of Trustees Executive Committee Meetings (2- 6/12/95, 3- 1/12/96, 4- 3/21/96, 2- 4/27/96, 1- 6/13/96, 3- 6/14/96, 3-10/0/96, 1- 12/6/96)
  • RTNDF Board of Trustees Executive Committee Conference Calls (1- 1/25/96, 2- 2/28/96, 1- 10/2/96)
  • 1 Larry King Show, "Perot, Fairness", September 9 - 1993
  • Box 61: Various Audiotapes - 1996-1998
  • RTNDA Board of Directors Meetings (3- 6/14/97, 1- 9/16/97, 1- 9/21/97, 1- 10/?/97, 3- 6/13/98, 3- 9/22/98, 1- 12/4/98, 2- 9/27/?, 2- 10/25/?)
  • RTNDA Board Executive Committee Meetings (2- 4/10/97, 1- 7/10/97, 2- 9/16/97, 1- 12/5/97, 1- 3/5/98, 3- 3/25/98, 1- 6/11/98, 1- 7/7/98, 1- 11/6/98, 1- 6/22/?, 1- 9/22/?, 2- 10/24/?)
  • RTNDA Executive Committee Conference Calls (1- 5/8/97, 1- 8/7/97, 1- 12/12/97, 1- 1/8/98, 1- 2/5/98, 1- 7/9/98, 1- 8/7/98, 1- 9/9/98)
  • RTNDF Board of Trustees Meetings (1- 3/12/97 [also Executive Committee 3/12/97], 2- 9/17/97, 2- 3/11/98, 1- 9/24/98, 1- 12/4/98, 2- 10/24/?)
  • RTNDF Trustees Executive Committee Meetings (1- 12/6/96, 1- 12/5/97, 1- 4/14/98, 1- 5/12/98, 1- 6/11/98, 1- 7/14/98, 1- 10/13/98, 1- 12/4/98)
  • RTNDF Trustees Executive Committee Conference Calls (1- 3/28/97, 1- 5/20/97, 1- 5/7/98, 1- 6/12/98, 1- 11/10/98)
  • 1- “RTNDA 11/6/98, Mod: Barbara Cochran”
  • 3- Larry King Show, 3/15/84: “Sutherland/Schultz”
  • 1- Larry King Show, 9/9/93: “Perot, Fairness”
  • 3 - FOI Tapes (5/15/?, 12/18/97, 2/19/98)
  • 1- Envelope of mini-cassettes labeled “Czechoslovakia”
  • 1- Anrea Froehlich RTNDF Application
  • Box 62: Various Audiotapes - 1990-1992
  • RTNDA Conference Session Tape Set: *8 Tape Sets (3-1990, 2-1991, 3-1992)
  • 2- Larry King Show, January 28 - 1991
  • 1991 Murrow Award Winners: Radio-
  • Investigative: “Profits and Poison”, WCBS-New York City
  • Spot News: “Killer Tornadoes”, KFDI-Wichita
  • Overall Excellence: KIRO-Seattle
  • News Series/News Documentary: “Unsung Heroes”, WNSR-New York City
  • Continuing Coverage: “Kingston Murder”, WATD-Brockton, MA
  • 4- “Old (‘92[+/-] RTNDA Board”
  • 1- 1992 RTNDA Executive Committee
  • 1- "General Session: Viewpoint: '90-'91"
  • Box 63: Various Audiotapes - 1984, 1990-1997
  • 2- “America Talking: Murder in the Media”,September 19 - 1994
  • 1 U-Matic- 1- CNN: “Newsmaker Sunday”, 1984
  • 4- “Coming in 1997: The Newseum!”, Freedom Forum/RTNDA Special Preview
  • 1- “When Good Journalists Do Bad Things: Truthtelling and the Public Trust”, The Poynter Institute
  • 2- Michigan Association of Broadcasters-Great Lakes Broadcasting and Telecommunications Expo (1-“$$:Attracting Minority Applicants”, 2/21/95; 1- “Sensitivity or Censorship?”, 2/22/95)
  • 3- North By Northwest Productions (1-Demo Tape; 1-“Johnson Matthey: Swordsmith; 1-“Morrison Knudsen: Environmental Review Copy”)
  • 1- News Broadcast Network: “TV News: Facing the Challenges”
  • 1- First Amendment Congress: “Education for Freedom Video”
  • 1- “Inside Edition”, 2/14/90
  • 2- “American University: Ed Bliss Tribute”
  • 1 Betacam S- “Penny Parrish Stories”, KMSP-Minneapolis
  • 1- Advertising Age: “Best Commercials of 1990”
  • 1 Betacam S- 1- “George Clark”
  • Box 64: Various Audiotapes - 1995-1999
  • 1 set- “Health Care or Scare: How to Cover Health Care Reform on Local News” (RTNDF Excellence in Journalism Series), 3 volume set
  • News in the Next Century Series (RTNDF)-
  • 1- “Digital Debate: Covering Government and Politics in a New Media Environment”, 12/4/95
  • 2- “Dollars and Demographics: The Evolving Market for News”, 10/12/95
  • 2- “Silicon Summit: Will Technology Affect the New?”, 2/22/96
  • 2- “RTNDA Radio Promos”
  • 1- “Memorial to Lisa (Lee) Evans, RTNDA ’97, 9/20/97”
  • 1- “The Kid From Tecumseh” (Tribute to Barney Oldfield)
  • 1- “RTNDA/Gillett Special: Many Faces-One Country”
  • 2- RTNDA Scholarship Luncheon, 9/25/98: Guest Speaker - FCC Chairman William E. Kennard
  • 1- “Celebration for a Champ!”-George Foreman’s Birthday, Barney Oldfield Guest, 1999
  • 1- 1999 RTNDF First Amendment Banquet, 3/11/99
  • 1- RTNDA Luncheon Meeting, 10/1/99
  • 1- “Newsroom Ethics: Decision Making for Quality Coverage” (RTNDF)
  • 1- “From the Airwaves to the Internet”, RTNDA Conference Opening General Session, 9/7/95
  • 1- “News Leaders’ Summit: A View from the Top on the State of the Industry”, RTNDA Conference Opening General Session, 9/24/98
  • 1- “The Coming Revolution in Digital Television”, RTNDA Conference, 9/25/98
  • 1- “The New Millennium: What News Leaders Need to Know”, RTNDA Conference Opening General Session, 9/30/99
  • 1- “Beyond the Spotted Owl: How to Cover the Environment in the ‘90s”, RTNDF
  • “Whose Land Is It?: A Video Briefing for Journalists on Property Rights and Environmental Protection”, Environmental Reporting Forum
  • Box 65:
  • Gold Medallion Award
  • Box 66:
  • Silver Medallion Award
  • Box 67:
  • Magnetic tape reels, RTNDA 1, 2, 3
  • Box 68:
  • Magnetic tape reels, RTNDA 1, 2, 3
  • Box 69:
  • Miscellaneous Audio and Videotapes
  • Box 70:
  • Miscellaneous Audio and Videotapes
  • Box 71:
  • Miscellaneous Videotapes
  • Box 72: Audio Cassettes
  • Business Meeting, August 27 - 28 (3 cassettes) - 1986
  • Cameras in the Courtroom, April 22 - 1986
  • Executive Committee Meeting, April 15 (3 cassettes) - 1986
  • Fitting Yourself for the Libel Suite, April 13 - 16 - 1986
  • Ethics - AEJMC - 1987
  • Executive Committee, March 29 (3 cassettes) - 1987
  • Box 73:
  • Miscellaneous Audio Cassettes
  • Box 74: Various Cassettes
  • RTNDA Board Meeting - Sept. ? - 1971
  • General Business Session (2 tapes), September 13 - 1974
  • General Business Session, December 13 - 1976
  • General Business Session, December 14 - 1976
  • General Business Session, December 15 - 1976
  • Executive Meeting, September 14 - 1977
  • Board Meeting & Conference Business, September 17 - 1777
  • Eric Severeid Speech, September 17 - 1977
  • Terrorist and Hostage Coverage Panel, September 17 - 1877
  • Board Meeting, January 21 - 1978
  • Board Meeting, May 20 - 1978
  • Friday Business, September 16 - 1978
  • News Spot Winner - WMAL, Washington (2 tapes) - 1978
  • Board Meeting, January 26 - 1979
  • Board Meeting, January 27 - 1979
  • Bill Leonard, April 9 - 1979
  • Bill Sprague comment by Paul Davis, September 6 - 1979
  • Senator Paul Laxalt - conference speech, September 6 - 1979
  • Rob Downy, September 7 - 1979
  • Address by Charles Osgood, CBS, September 8 - 1979
  • Board Meeting, September 27 - 1979
  • Reed Irvine with Fred Fiske, September 29 - 1977
  • Carter AFL-CIO Speech, San Diego - TV and The Pope, October 11 - 1979
  • ONAB ENG Briefing, Natl. Assoc. of Broadcasters Convention, April 13 - 1980
  • 1 video tape of Robert Tschudin Lucheme. 1979 Michele Clark Award Winner
  • Box 75: Cassette Tapes - 1977-1978
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 15, 9 - 11 AM, RTNDA Business Session
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 15, 11 - Noon, President Carter's Address
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 15, Noon - 2 PM, Ted Koppel - Luncheon (2 tapes)
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 15, 2 - 3 PM, Radio Workshop
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 15, 2 - 3 PM, Television Workshop (2 tapes)
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 15, 4 - 5 PM, Joint Seminar
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 16, 12:30 - 2:30 PM, Charles Osgood
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 16, Luncheon
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 16, 2:30 - 4 PM, Radio Workshop
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 16, 2:30 - 4 PM, Television Workshop
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 16, 4 - 5 PM, Broadcast News and First Amendment (2 tapes)
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 17, 10:30 - Noon, Spousels Seminar
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 17, Noon - 2 PM, Julian Goodman - Luncheon
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 17, 2 - 3 PM, Broadcast News Writing
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 17, 3 - 4 PM, Radio - TV in Courtrooms
  • Convention, San Fransisco, September 17, 7 - 9 PM, Paul White Dinner Convention, Atlanta
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - BUSINESS MEETING; Keynote Speaker: Harry Reasoner (2 tapes)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - TWO CAREERS IN THE HOUSEHOLD -- CAN YOU SURVIVE TOGETHER? Joint Session for Spouses
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Les Crystal, RTNDF Scholarship Presentations
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - PERSONNEL PRACTICES: HOW TO BE SAFE BUT NOT SORRY. (joint Session Radio/TV)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - T.V. NEWS PROMOTION: CAN'T LIVE WITH IT OR WITHOUT IT (T.V. Workshop)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - HOW NOT TO WRITE FOR FILM & TAPE (T.V. Workshop)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - BUSINESS SESSION (Election of officers) (3 tapes)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Max Robinson, (Presentation of Awards ... Radio)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - PHIL DONAHUE -- ARE YOU WASTING MY TIME? (Joint Radio/T.V, Workshop)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - ELECTRONIC NEWSROOM OF THE FUTURE (T.V. Workshop)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - WHY ROCK AND ROLL P.D.'S HATE NEWS AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT. (Radio Workshop)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - USE OF INVESTIGATIVE TEAMS IN T.V. NEWS (T.V. Workshop)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - NEWS AS MODERN MYTHOLOGY
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - BUSINESS SESSION - Old and New Business (2 tapes)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dick Salant, President CBS News, Presentation of Awards (T.V.)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - CAREER CRISIS FOR THE NEWS DIRECTOR (Joint Radio/T.V.Workshop) (2 tapes)
  • 1978 Convention, Atlanta - PAUL WHITE AWARD, Bill Monroe Recipient
  • Box 76: Cassette Tapes - 1979-1980
  • 1979 N. A. B. Convention - NB9- 38 "Using Research to Improve Your News"
  • 1979 N. A. B. Convention - NB9-52 "Investigate Team in TV News"
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida, Management Training Session - TIME MANAGEMENT
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida, Management Training Session - STAYING AHEAD OF THE RECESSION
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida, Management Training Session - HANDLING ON-AIR TALENT
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida, Management Training Session - STRESS AND CHANGE IN THE NEWSROOM
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida, Management Training Session - MOTIVATION
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - KEYNOTE SPEECH - Reuven Frank, NBC News
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - LUNCHEON SPEAKER - Dan Rather
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - WRITING FOR TV NEWS
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING (TV Only)
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES - A LOOK AT THEIR FUTURE (TV Only)
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - NEWS: THE SURVIVAL OF AM RADIO
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - WRITING FOR RADIO NEWS
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO TALK ABOUT AT A RADIO WORKSHOP BUT DIDN'T HAVE TIME TO ASK
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - BUSINESS TALKS BACK
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - Lynn Sherr, ABC News Correspondent
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - LUNCHEON - Daniel Schorr & Vincent Wasilewski
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - MEDIA CRITICS
  • 1980 Convention, Hollywood, Florida - RECEPTION AND PAUL WHITE AWARD BANQUET
  • Reel to Reel Tape - September 15, President Carter Talks with RTNDA - 1977
  • Box 77: Cassette & Video Tapes - 1976
  • 1976 Convention, Miami, December 13 - RTNDA Luncheon - Sam Donaldson
  • 1976 Convention, Miami, December 13 - RTNDA Awards - Barney Oldfield
  • 1976 Convention, Miami, December 13 - Keynote Address - Walter Cronkite
  • 1976 Convention, Miami, December 13 - Workshops 3 and 6
  • 1976 Convention, Miami, December 14 - "How to Research Public Records"
  • 1976 Convention, Miami, December 14 - "TV News Skin Test Consulting"
  • 1976 Convention, Miami, December 14 - Luncheon
  • 1976 Convention, Miami, December 14 - Workshops 1,2,4,5,8 (7 is missing)
  • 1976 Convention, Miami, December 15 - Luncheon
  • 1976 Convention, Miami, December 15 - Banquet - Ted Koop
  • 1976 Convention, Miami, Undated: "Personnel Management", Dr. Alfred Cox (2 tapes)
  • December 13, 1976 - Portions of opening session, RTNDA convention, includes segment of Walter Cronkite keynote speech (2 copies)
  • September 29, 1979: Paul White award presentation (2 copies)
  • Motion Picture (16 mm) - September 29, 1979: Paul White award presentation
  • Box 78: Audio Cassettes - 1987-1990
  • FCC Action: Fairness Doctrine, August 4 (2 cassettes) - 1987
  • "Good Morning America," Nov. 24 - 1987
  • "Local TV News," WUSA-TV, Nov. 22 - 1987
  • Annual Business Meeting, Dec. 2 (3 cassettes) - 1988
  • Calgary Meetings, June 11 (5 cassettes) - 1986
  • Executive Meetings, January 9 (3 cassettes) - 1988
  • Opening Session, Telecommunications, April 10 - 12 - 1989-1990
  • First Amendment Conference, San Diego
    Undated
  • Box 79:
  • Miscellaneous Videotapes and Audio Cassettes
  • Box 80:
  • Miscellaneous Videotapes and Audio Cassettes
  • Box 81:
  • Miscellaneous Videotapes and Audio Cassettes
  • Box 82:
  • Miscellaneous Videotapes and Audio Cassettes
  • Box 83:
  • Miscellaneous Videotapes and Audio Cassettes
  • Box 84:
  • Miscellaneous Videotapes and Audio Cassettes
  • Series 11: 2011 ADDENDUM [FROM PAUL DAVIS, RTNDA CHAIRMAN, 1979]
  • Box 1:
  • American Bar Association - 1979, 1984
  • Audit Reports - 1973-1974, 1976
  • Board of Directors Meeting Agendae and Minutes - 1971, 1973, 1977-1979, 1983, 1991
  • Conferences - 1968, 1972-1977
  • Conferences - 1978-1979, 1994, 1997-2000, 2002
    Includes undated materials
  • Correspondence - 1972-1975
  • Correspondence - 1976
  • Correspondence (January - June) - 1977
  • Correspondence (July - September) - 1977
  • Correspondence (October - December) - 1977
  • Correspondence (January - February) - 1978
  • Correspondence (March - May) - 1978
  • Correspondence (June - August) - 1978
  • Correspondence (September - October) - 1978
  • Correspondence (November - December) - 1978
  • Correspondence - 1979
  • Correspondence - 1980, 1982
  • Correspondence - 1983
  • Box 2:
  • Correspondence - 1995-1999
    Includes undated materials
  • Education Task Force - 1996-1999
  • Equal Opportunities Committee - 1988-1991
  • Equal Opportunities Committee - 1991-1992
  • Equal Opportunities Committee - 1992-1994, 1996
  • Box 3:
  • Financial Statements - 1973-1977
  • Litigation - 1973, 1975-1976, 1978
  • Long Range Planning Committee - 1974-1979
  • Publications - 1976, 1978, 1984, 1989, 1994
  • RTNDA Communicatior 1973: October; 1974: April, June, October, December; 1976: March - May
  • RTNDA Communicatior 1977: July; 1978: March - April, November - December; 1979 Directory; 1979: February, April - May, July - August, October - December
  • Box 4:
  • RTNDA Communicatior 1980: February, April; 1981: February; 1983: May; 1995: September
  • Radio and Television News Directors Foundation [RTNDF] - 1977-1982, 1992, 1997-1998
    Includes undated materials
  • Stationary - 1979
    Includes undated materials