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Author: Sasha NorkinDimitri MiadesJack SwanMike TaibbiLyn VaughnAll authors
Publisher: Boston, MA : WNAC-TV ; [S.l.] : RKO General, Inc., ©1981.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : U-matic   Visual material : English
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"This one-hour news magazine, 'MORE, ' consists of four reports and a final essay. The first report, 'The Black Ships, ' offers an oral and visual history of prohibition-era rum-smuggling in Massachusetts. 'Incest: A Family Affair' is the second report. It reveals the pain incest victims feel--and tells where they can find help. The third piece is a profile of four craft-workers preparing their unique creations for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Magazines
Community affairs
Television
Humor
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Sasha Norkin; Dimitri Miades; Jack Swan; Mike Taibbi; Lyn Vaughn; Brad Holbrook; Garry Armstrong; WNAC-TV (Television station : Boston, Mass.); Peabody Collection. African-American History and Culture Programs.; Peabody Collection. Women's History and Culture Programs.
OCLC Number: 44656457
Notes: Broadcast date supplied from 1981 Peabody Awards entry form; most interviewee credits supplied from soundtrack.
Entry to the 1981 Peabody Awards, News category.
Running time: 54:18.
Includes black slugs for commercial inserts.
"Copyright, 1981 WNAC-TV RKO General, Inc."--End credits.
Credits: Principal photographers, Jeff Grove, Charles Sullivan. The black ships: photography/editor, Jeff Grove. Incest: producer, Sasha Norkin; editor, Vincent Marraffa. Christmas craftsmen: editor, Michael Johnston. The Muslim experience: producers, Terri Caldwell, Mike Fernandez; editor, James Rothwell. Jack Swan's essay: writer, Jack Swan; editor, Robert Moulton.
Performer(s): [Reporters:] Mike Taibbi, Lyn Vaughn, Brad Holbrook, Garry Armstrong; [interviews with: Edward Coxsall, Ab Palmer, Robert Shandaday, Marti Myers, Mary Deblyn, Jean Costello, Alex Brand, Andy Greenberg, Duncan Sanders, Trenchy Jansen, Chaka A. Makmud], L. Nabeeh Madyun.
Description: 1 videocassette of 1 (U-matic) (55 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 3/4 in. arch master.
Responsibility: WNAC-TV ; producer, Sasha Norkin ; directed by Dimitri Miades.

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"This one-hour news magazine, 'MORE, ' consists of four reports and a final essay. The first report, 'The Black Ships, ' offers an oral and visual history of prohibition-era rum-smuggling in Massachusetts. 'Incest: A Family Affair' is the second report. It reveals the pain incest victims feel--and tells where they can find help. The third piece is a profile of four craft-workers preparing their unique creations for the holiday season. The fourth piece focuses on an often mis-understood religious group--The Black Muslims. [The] final essay takes a humorous look at the pains and pleasures of the Christmas season."--1981 Peabody Awards entry form. [pt. 1] Examines smuggling, mainly in the Westport, Mass. area, and the efforts to stop it during the prohibition era. [pt. 2] Talks with victims and perpetrators of incest about their experiences. [pt. 3] Talks with four craftsmen of the Christmas Store, located in Cambridge, Mass., about their crafts and craftmaking. Crafts include silk screens, glass-blown ornaments, wooden toys, and porcelain works. [pt. 4] Looks at Black Muslims and the two main groups in the United States, the Nation of Islam and the American Muslim Mission. Their histories, beliefs, and goals are also compared and examined.

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