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[Public service programming. 1964 Compilation

Author: Pat Murray; KYW-TV (Television station : Cleveland, Ohio); Peabody Collection. African-American History and Culture Programs.; Peabody Collection. Women's History and Culture Programs.
Publisher: [Cleveland, Ohio : KYW-TV, 1964]
Edition/Format:   Video   Visual material : English
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"'Focal Point Poverty' is an 18-month examination of several aspects of poverty. ... Included in this entry are several station editorials geared to poverty and other community problems."--Excerpts from 1964 Peabody Digest. Pat Murray opens the tape with an address to the Peabody Awards judges. First three excerpts are from Focal Point-Poverty programs. [1] "The trapped generation" looks at African-American ghetto  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Compilations
Public affairs
Television
History
Named Person: George Szell; George Szell
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Pat Murray; KYW-TV (Television station : Cleveland, Ohio); Peabody Collection. African-American History and Culture Programs.; Peabody Collection. Women's History and Culture Programs.
OCLC Number: 44097270
Notes: This is a compilation reel of excerpts from programs broadcast in 1964, with introductory narration.
Segment titles and broadcast dates supplied from video. Credits and additional information supplied from video, soundtrack and 1964 Peabody Digest.
Entry to the 1964 Peabody Awards, Public Service category.
Running time: 35:28.
Performer(s): [Narrator/reporter, Pat Murray; interviews with:] Ben Butler, Mayor, Osceola, Ark.; James Williams, American Greetings, Osceola.
Event notes: Captions give 1964 broadcast dates for some segments: The trapped generation, July 29; The alien land [and] Somebody's children, [between] May 25-June 24; Sold American, November 27; Color my Christmas gray, December 24; Portrait of George Szell, April 3.
Awards: Winner of a 1964 Peabody Award, Other category. "The networks and the broadcasting industry for inescapably confronting the American public with the realities of racial discontent."
Description: 1 videoreel of 1 (quad.) (36 min.) : sd., b&w ; 2 in. arch master.
Other Titles: Focal point.
Poverty
Responsibility: KYW-TV].

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"'Focal Point Poverty' is an 18-month examination of several aspects of poverty. ... Included in this entry are several station editorials geared to poverty and other community problems."--Excerpts from 1964 Peabody Digest. Pat Murray opens the tape with an address to the Peabody Awards judges. First three excerpts are from Focal Point-Poverty programs. [1] "The trapped generation" looks at African-American ghetto youth. Includes footage of ghetto area and of young men and women loitering on city sidewalks; and interviews with adults and police officers about the problems faced by area youth. [2] "The alien land" focuses on a poor white family living in a former hog shed in a rural area outside Cleveland. [3] "Somebody's children" shows a young boy playing with a box-and-string cablecar outside his ghetto home; voiceover narration describes the trash, vermin and desolation shown by the camera. Four other segments. "Sold American" looks at the economic plight of a small dairy farmer. "Color my Christmas gray" shows a poor young girl walking through her neighborhood and dreaming of a festive holiday. "Portrait of George Szell" shows Szell addressing the Cleveland Orchestra and leading them in a rehearsal. The last segment, shown without a title, examines the reasons why an American Greetings plant was moved from Cleveland to Osceola, Arkansas. Includes interviews with Osceola Mayor Ben Butler and Amercan Greetings executive James Williams, and footage of American Greetings plant and other Osceola industries.

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