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Program 406
Original Airdate: 11/14/1974

Subject Keywords
Administration of drugs
Afro-American journalists
Afro-American politicians - Boston - Massachusetts
Press conferences

Subject Genre
Public Affairs: Current Events

Personal Names
Cole, Bruce
Jones, Hubie
Lewis, Maurice
Overbea, Luix
Owens, Bill
Pilkington, Greg
Raymond, Alan
Shaw, Sarah-Ann
Spellman, A.B.
Tillman, Russell
Williams, Al

Corporate Names
Children's Campaign - Boston - Massachusetts

Program Description
Program consists of a press conference with newly elected State Senator Bill Owens to discuss Owen's plans for the Senate. Participating media representatives are: Luix Overbea (Christian Science Monitor), Al Williams (WILD Radio), Sarah-Ann Shaw (WBZ TV), Russell Tillman (WSBK-TV), Alan Raymond (WGBH-FM), Greg Pilkington (WGBH-TV), Bruce Cole (Harvard Crimson), and Maurice Lewis (Black News). Conference moderated by professor and historian A.B.Spellman. Aditional segments include "Access" with Hubie Jones, Chairman of the Children's Campaign (who discusses the misuse of psychotropic drugs in schoolchildren), the "Community Calendar," and "Commentary" by Producer Marita Rivero on politics.

Marita Rivero

Associate Producer
Barbara Barrow

Conrad White

Henry Johnson

Dighton Spooner

A. B. Spellman

Bruce Cole
Maurice Lewis
Luix Overbea
Bill Owens
Greg Pilkington
Alan Raymond
Sarah-Ann Shaw
Russell Tillman
Al Williams

Boston Art Ensemble (theme music)
Lloyd Cogell (still photography)
June Cross (community coordinator)
Stephen Farrier (community coordinator)
Sallie McGuire (production assistant)
Dighton Spooner (researcher)

Master (WGBH program) 2" videotape A2-01314
Preservation master digital beta cassette AP-01539A
Preservation master beta SP cassette AP-01539
Viewing copy 1/2" reel-to-reel videotape (item number not yet assigned)
Viewing copy VHS cassette (item number not yet assigned)

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