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Students at the the Ad Club at English High School
[Ad agency works with minority students]
Original Airdate: 5/1/1989

Length: 00:03:07
Item Type: newstape - edited story master

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Description : Abstract
Deborah Wang reports that minority workers are underrepresented in the advertising industry. Wang interviews Bink Garrison (Ingalls, Quinn and Johnson) about the lack of minority workers in the industry. Wang's report includes footage of workers in the offices of Ingalls, Quinn and Johnson (advertising firm). Wang reports that Ingalls, Quinn and Johnson is participating in industry efforts to attract students into the industry. Wang notes that the Ad Club at English High School teaches students about advertising. Wang reports that Ad Club students wrote and acted in a public service announcement last year. Wang's report includes footage of the public service announcement produced by the Ad Club. Wang's report also features footage of Pam Piligian (Ingalls, Quinn and Johnson) working with students in the Ad Club. Piligian and Michelle Wilcox (11th grade student) talk about the Ad Club. This tape includes additional footage of workers at the offices of Ingalls, Quinn and Johnson.

Contributor : Reporter
Deborah Wang
Format : Tape 6481   Barcode   Script is available.
3/4" cassette 102967 
VHS cassette 105396 
Betacam cassette 79590 
digital betacam cassette 105374 

Subject : Keywords
African American students
English High School
School improvement programs

Subject : Personal Names
Garrison, Bink
Piligian, Pam
Wang, Deborah
Wilcox, Michelle

Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Ingalls, Quinn and Johnson

Type : Genre
News - Television

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