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WCBS/WCBS-TV (New York, N.Y.) Title: WCBS/WCBS-TV (New York, N.Y.) Records, 1965-1978
Quantity: 3.6 c.f. (9 archives boxes),2 tape recordings, and 1 disc recording
Call Number: U.S. Mss 176AF; Tape 748A; Disc 60A
Abstract: Miscellaneous records of stations WCBS, WCBS-FM, and WCBS-TV, the “flagship” stations of the CBS network in New York City (1929-), including broadcast editorials, transcripts, and recordings. Broadcast editorials, which comprise the majority of the collection, chiefly concern issues and events of interest to the metropolitan area, although they also reflect opinion on broader issues such as abortion and decriminalization of marijuana. About half are replies from the general public. Also included are transcripts of WCBS Radio Looks at Television, which featured interviews with such prominent media personalities and critics as Goodman Ace, Roone Arledge, Kenneth A. Cox, Walter Cronkite, Fred W. Friendly, Mark Goodson, Ernest Kinoy, Millard Lampell, Lee Loevinger, Elmer W. Lower, Richard A. R. Pinkham, Hubbell Robinson, Jr., Morley Safer, Ed Sullivan, David Susskind, Harriet Van Horne, Sylvester L. Weaver, Jr., John F. White, Perry Wolff, and David L. Wolper. Two interviews with Susskind are available on tape. Also included is a recording of a Camera Three program, July 4, 1965, with host James MacAndrew and guest Gerald Piel, publisher of Scientific American.

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