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Thu Oct 16 17:51:24 2014 UTClccn-n850244810.00Printing guidelines /0.461.00Records of Friends of University Network Television,148982264n 850244811438616Carolina Del Norte-TelevisiónCDN-TVU.N.C. Center for Public TelevisionUNC Center for Public TelevisionUNC-TVUniversity of North Carolina (System). Center for Public TelevisionUniversity of North Carolina (System). University of North Carolina Center for Public TelevisioncontainsVIAFID/134883362University of North Carolina Television Networklccn-nr90000198American Dance Festivallccn-n97869275Hannah, Billprodrtlccn-n79109028Cronkite, Walterviaf-54301665Sheehan, Michaeldrtlccn-n80050316Films for the Humanities (Firm)lccn-n81041289Leutze, James R.1935-lccn-no00101649American Dance Festival Video (Firm)lccn-no2001005974Bramlett, Jim(James E.)lccn-n78027338Pilobolus Dance Theatrelccn-n79058315Pilkey, Orrin H.1934-nrtUniversity of North Carolina Center for Public TelevisionInterviewsHistoryHandbooks, manuals, etcConference proceedingsPilobolus Dance TheatreModern danceUnited StatesNorth CarolinaAir--PollutionAcid rainCoast changesBuffett, WarrenInvestmentsBeachesChase, AlisonTracy, MichaelReinhart, StephanieLouis, GaspardSantillano, MarkAmerican Dance FestivalReinhart, CharlesEmpty suitor (Choreographic work : Pilobolus)McCloud, TamiecaKent, MattWalklyndon (Choreographic work : Pilobolus Dance Theatre)Jung, RebeccaAnderson, RebeccaPollard, TrebienUniversity of North Carolina Center for Public TelevisionIndustrial welfareSocial workersSocial servicePublic welfareMass media and social serviceManners and customsTravelPublic service television programsAudio-visual equipment--Safety measuresChildren's accidents--PreventionDistance educationBeach erosionAdult education--Curricula--PlanningAdult educationHouse constructionHouse buyingBarrier islandsWoodworkWoodworking toolsChild developmentPlayConcept learningEarly childhood educationLearning by discoveryPublic television19801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220131598397452792.82TD883.22116ocn057760495visu19950.59Pilobolus Dance TheatreInterviewsPerformances recorded as part of the American Dance Festival, at the Pilobolus Dance Theatre1142ocn031691765visu19940.53The Search for clean air"This program presents a clear, forceful, and thorough exposition of the problems of air pollution: its causes; its effects on forests, streams and human health; and the issues involved in correcting the problems."--Container1094ocn024703350visu19900.59The Beaches are movingA documentary discussing beach movement871ocn033940827visu19950.21Warren Buffett talks businessIn a rare television appearance by one of America's most successful investors, Warren Buffett shared his wit and wisdom with the students at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill652ocn035131971visu19960.53Social workers and the challenge of violence worldwideConference proceedingsPanel discussion on how the U.S. and under-developed countries are inextricably connected by the issue of violence and five related subthemes: trauma, poverty, substance abuse, ethnicity and family structure. Includes solutions and strategies to reduce violence around the world453ocn025735284visu19870.21North Carolina is my homeHistoryA musical and pictorial essay of the history of North Carolina351ocn042469477visu19990.27Warren Buffett talks business a dialogue with students of Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC-Chapel Hill"In a rare television appearance by one of America's most successful investors, Warren Buffett shared his wit and wisdom with the students at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill"--Container311ocn021027417visu19890.21David's legacyDiscusses the safety of audio-visual carts in schools241ocn062390991visu20050.33The search for clean airPresents an exposition of the problems of air pollution: its causes; its effects on forests, streams and human health; and the issues involved in correcting the problems232ocn031639590visu19940.59Developing programs in adult educationLooks at how educators can design and implement adult education programs that meet community needs. Edgar J. Boone, founding chair of the department of adult and community education at North Carolina State University, discusses his book "Developing Programs in Adult Education" with Marilyn Miller, chair of the library and information studies department at the University of North Carolina - Greensboro212ocn036168398visu19960.50Living on the edge owning property on a barrier islandConsumer guide to the problems inherent in buying and owning property on the coastal shoreline204ocn016656648visu19850.18The Woodwright's shop [volume I]History191ocn023829898visu19900.30Play and learningThis documentary, filmed in home and day care settings, demonstrates the development of children from infancy to 5 years, learning through their play activities152ocn036980835visu19970.66The new public university how do we compete in a changing environment?Examines the challenges facing public colleges and universities152ocn028604779book19930.53College by television a manual designed to present ideas for increasing college enrollments through distance educationHandbooks, manuals, etc141ocn035963720visu19960.35AlamanceTells the story of the Regulator movement as seen through the eyes of Herman Husband, a Quaker farmer and Assembly member. Filmed across the state Alamance features historic sites in Hillsborough, New Bern, Raleigh, Durham, Burlington, Vass, and Centerville, NC, and in Camden, SC131ocn041279238visu19990.47Pitfalls and progress cost effective use of technology in higher educationPanel discussion on selecting technology, avoiding the one-model approach to distance education, saving money and engaging faculty and students in the appropriate use of technology in higher education. Panels include Lesta Turchen, Sr. Administrator and Chief Academic officer, South Dakota Board of Regents, Molly Corbett Broad, President, University of North Carolina, John Worthen, President, Ball State University and David Considine, Prof. of Media Studies and Instructional Technology, Appalachian State University, Audrey Bailey, moderator122ocn028388594visu19920.82The Rough South of Harry CrewsInterviewsInterview with author Harry Crews111ocn021930720visu19900.56Kenan Conference on International CompetitivenessInternational competitiveness with H. Ross PerotPerot advocates a pro-active approach to society's problems91ocn190786323visu20070.21Sing behind the plow John C. Campbell Folk SchoolThe story of how the people of a remote mountain village joined with educators to begin the John C. Campbell Folk School in 1925362ocn012679218serial0.31University of North Carolina Center for Public TelevisionCenterpieceDirectories132ocn020591552serial0.63University of North Carolina Center for Public TelevisionNetwork news for the corporate communityPeriodicals122ocn022160209serial0.56University of North Carolina Center for Public TelevisionNorth Carolina network : productions in progressPeriodicals11ocn026992932mix1.00Friends of University Network TelevisionRecords of Friends of University Network TelevisionHistoryRecords of Friends of University Network Television (FOUNT) include minutes and correspondence of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee, correspondence of the President and other officials, financial records, photographs of FOUNT staff and functions, and other items11ocn050711561mix1.00Friday, William CWilliam C. Friday papersHistoryTopics addressed include education, philanthropy, ethics, intercollegiate athletics, poverty, economic development, leadership, North Carolina concerns, academic affairs, public service, healthcare, politics, finance, social policy, and prominent individuals11ocn758002753mix1.00University of North Carolina Television NetworkUniversity of North Carolina Television Network recordsRecords of the University of North Carolina Television Network, 1949-1998, consist of materials related to the operation, administration, and programs of the network and of WUNC-TV prior to the inception of the network. Included are files on the planning and development of the network and its stations; minutes of the meetings of the Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina Center for Public Television; documents related to the network's applications to the Federal Communications Commission for periodic renewal of its broadcast license; and files on the development of programs. Also included are 641 films and 1003 videotapes of programs broadcast by WUNC-TV and the network, including "Dr. Boyd and the Bible," "Stateline," and "Crossroads on the Hill." Administrators who figure prominently in the records include John E. Young, director of WUNC-TV's Chapel Hill studio; John W. (Jake) Dunlop, director of the University of North Carolina Center for Public Television; Wyndham Robertson, vice president of communications of the University of North Carolina system; and Tom Howe, director and general manager of the University of North Carolina Television Network (UNC-TV)11ocn024280331book1990University of North Carolina Center for Public TelevisionPrinting guidelinesRulesHandbooks, manuals, etc11ocn070180397mix1.00Evans, Eli NEli N. Evans papersHistoryThe collection includes correspondence; writings; subject files; research materials; Carnegie Corporation of New York, Charles H. Revson Foundation, and other organizational materials; pictures; and other items. There is personal and business correspondence, 1968-2003, including requests for grants and donations, thank you letters, greeting cards, and letters about project ideas. Some of the personal materials relate to Evans family members. Correspondents include politicians such as Hubert Humphrey and Terry Sanford; writers Roy Hoffman and Elie Wiesel; diplomat and writer Abba Eban; professor of law and public policy Joel Fleishman; and Thomas W. Lambeth of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation. Correspondence concerns various projects including the children's television program, Rechov Sumsum; Evans's books, including "The Provincials," "Judah P. Benjamin: the Jewish Confederate," and "The Lonely Days Were Sundays"; and the Revson-supported television series, "Heritage: Civilization and the Jews." Other subjects include the Public Broadcasting Task Force; Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, Inc.; and the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks. There are drafts of the Judah P. Benjamin book; subject files concerning Jews in the South and other topics; research materials for a proposed book on American Jews in the United States Civil War; and materials pertaining to Evans's speaking engagements. Carnegie Corporation of New York materials include correspondence, memoranda, and subject files. Charles H. Revson Foundation materials include correspondence, project files, and clippings. There are also correspondence, reports, and clippings documenting Evans's service on the boards of organizations including the Arts, Education, and Americans, Inc., the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute for Southern Jewish Life, the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, the North Carolina Task Force on Public Telecommunications, and the University of North Carolina Center for Public Television. Materials also reflect Evans's involvement with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his fundraising efforts on behalf of its General Alumni Association. Pictures include photographs of individuals, Evans's family, groups, events, and other images. The Addition of 2008 includes reviews, contracts, press releases, correspondence, promotion events, and other materials related to Eli Evans's books "Judah P. Benjamin: The Jewish Confederate," "The Lonely Days Were Sundays: Reflections of a Jewish Southerner," and "The Provincials: A Personal History of Jews in the South"; correspondence of Evans during his tenure as chair of the Jewish Media Fund; articles, op-ed pieces, drafts of speeches, and book reviews authored by Evans that reflect his interests in Jewish history and Jewish-American community, the American South, and philanthropy; correspondence with cultural, educational, and Jewish leaders; correspondence, subject files, financial records, and other materials related to foundations, businesses, and other organizations with which Evans was involved, particularly the Charles H. Revson Foundation; and correspondence and other materials related to personal and professional acquaintances. There are also videotapes, chiefly containing interviews with EvansThu Oct 16 15:00:12 EDT 2014batch25570