From Robert Manosky: During the late 1960s at Channel 2, we were fortunate to have Connie White and his camera to chronicle the backstage workings and the people who made those great shows. Here are a few that I was fortunate to be in.
From Dave Svens: This short film clip was taken during WGBH’s election coverage in November, 1966. Host Bob Baram is interviewing the newly elected US Senator from Massachusetts, Edward Brooke, who was the first African-American senator elected by popular vote.
Nat Johnson has posted his photos of Arcadio, Chris, Jon, Nell, and Jen at a ZOOM rehearsal in Studio A.
Harvard Business School, which put its Boston expansion plans on hold because of the recession, is ready to start pouring concrete again.
Harvey Morris was an engineer for both radio and TV in the late ’60s and early ’70s.
More images from Nat Johnson’s collection.
Marcia Hulley says farewell to twenty-seven years at 125 Western Avenue.
From “The first 24 years: A somewhat random compendium of milestones along the way”
John Lowell Jr., leaves a bequest creating free “public lectures for the benefit of the citizens of Boston.”
From Don Hallock
Ever wondered what it takes to put on a public television or radio production? Well, here’s a glance behind the scenes (as if you needed one). It was originally prepared as a 1979 issue of the WGBH publication ON AIR. In this context, the entire tract functions, as well, as an attractive recounting of the station’s more recent production history — and many of our friends and co-workers show up here.
A certain unpredictable amount of moiré may still be observed in the original scans.