WGBH-FM was already attracting listeners who cared about the quality of sound. Why just radio? Why not television?
In 1969–1970 he served as Lighting Designer for the first “Evening at Symphony” and “Evening at Pops” at Symphony Hall.
From Fred Barzyk: Bill insisted I try to get into the scholarship program. You studied for your graduate degree at Boston University and worked three days a week at the Educational Television station. Free tuition and you got $600 to live a year in Boston!
Skip Wareham on camera (Click to enlarge)
From Don Hallock: It may surprise you to know how many places the station has called home. WGBH's origins were in a converted skating rink on the second floor of 84 Mass. Ave. and the office spaces on the third, were the first home of WGBH from 1955 to 1961.