Creating NOVA (1971-76)

This entry is part 10 of 11 in the series The Michael Ambrosino Collection

From Michael Ambrosino: Science is a part of our heritage, our present culture, and a major force in determining our future. Its absence from television [in the 1970s], spoke to the ignorance of many of its gatekeepers.... Science, medicine, technology, engineering, architecture all impact our culture by determining how we live our lives!

Reunion 2018: Guestbook – Regrets

Final List – Regrets received as of October 16, 2018

Here is the list of regrets. You can  see the list of RSVPs in alphabetical order here.

Your first nameAlternate first or last nameYour last nameYears at WGBHRole(s)Department(s) and program(s)
CaroleAshcraft’70sProductionNOVA – Original Production Secretary at Start-up under Michael Ambrosino.
DanBeach’60s, ’70s, ’80sSupport, Production, Post-productionFilm Department, Traffic Department, and more
RonBlau’60s, ’70sProduction, Post-productionEdited lots of programs, including Nova and Zoom, studio producer of Zoom
TheaChalow’80sProduction“NOVA” & “Dancing Disco” — and no one else has a combo like that!
SteveDouglass’80s, ’90s, ’00s, ’10sEngineeringEngineering which turned into Production Services
KaiFujita’80s, ’90sAdministrationFrontline, WGBH admin
AustinHoyt’60s, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, ’00sProductionNational Programing
SusanKubany’70sMarketing/OutreachPublicity and Promotion
WilfordWilMorton50s, 60s, 70s, 80sProduction, Engineering, AudioThe French Chef, Julia Child; This Old House; Boston Symphony, Boston Pops
PaulNoble’50s, ’60sProductionProspects of Mankind, Invitation to Art, Louis Lyons and the News, Backgrounds, Introductory Geology, Computer Age Math, Contemporary Drama, Elliot Norton Reviews, A Time To Dance
JackComeau70s, 80sProductionLighting/grip