Interview #876: Mitchell, Jack
UW-Madison TEI edition, September, 2009
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URL to cite for this work: http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/UWOHP.OH876
First Interview, Interviewed: 2007 (4 sessions); Interviewer: Troy Reeves
In his four July/August 2007 interviews with Troy Reeves, Jack Mitchell detailed his thoughts and memories of his time at UW—Madison. Mitchell spoke of the time period of the 1940s through 2007 and on the follow topics: National Public Radio, All Things Considered, Wisconsin Public Radio, and the UW—Madison Journalism School. Mitchell also offered his opinions on how Madison and UW—Madison has changed between the 1970s and today. Mitchell also discuss his pre-UW Madison career, including one year in Madison as a reporter for WHA-AM, his childhood, undergraduate work, and radio gigs in Michigan, and his one-year fellowship at the British Broadcasting Corporation. This interview was conducted for inclusion into the UW—Madison Oral History Program.