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A panel of three men sits at a long table on stage, while another man stands at a podium. Name plates include, Mr. Pringle, Mr. Loomis, Mr. Haladz, and at the podium, Mr. Tooke.

1958

A panel of three men sits at a long table on stage, while another man stands at a podium. On the front of the table is painted the letters, "EC." Name plates include, "Mr. Courtney" and "Mr. Foreman."

1958

Man in a suit wearing eyeglasses speaks from a tabletop podium.

1958

People sitting in folding chairs, some looking at a television in the middle of the room.

1958

People sitting in folding chairs, facing a small stage where a panel of three sits at a long table.

1958

Panel at a table. Marilyn Greenstein, Producer of Special Projects WBZ-TV; Al Jaffe '68, Manager and Production Administrator ESPN; Tom Ryder '73, Executive Producer/Programming WNEV-TV7; Rob Hess '81, Producer: Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous; and Bill Gonzalez '79, Program Manager Cablevision of Brookline.

1988-03-31

Event host Robert Fleming (Emerson's Archivist at the time) with host Charles W. Dudley, founder of WERS and chair of the Broadcasting department,. Location: Emerson Library, 150 Beacon St., Boston.

1987-05-09

Sybil Tonkonogy '58 (WNTN), Greg Anderson '91 (WHDH), Michelle Shapiro G'91 (WKOX), Malcolm Alter '70, and Larry Glick (WBZ & WHDH). Location: 12th floor, 180 Tremont St., Boston.

1992-12-08

Conference planners outside the entrance to Kasteel Well. (Left to right): John Barbetta, Paul Vesin, Edith Grotenberg, John Livingstone, Chris Weir. John Barbetta (Director, European Center); Paul Vesin (Media Director, ICC Paris); Edith Grotenberg (Associate, Institute for Mental Health Initiatives); John Livingston (US ICC Representative); Chris Weir (Division of Continuing Education).

1988-07-08

Group photo of 13 smiling students on the set of the TV series, General Hospital. A girl sitting at a desk holds a telephone receiver. In 1986, Emerson College established the semester-long Los Angeles program, offering courses and internship credits to matriculated juniors and seniors.

1986

Several formally dressed people in a windowed room. Emerson president S. Justus McKinley is among them. The focus of attention appears to be on the younger man in the center, who may be A. March. Source identifies a person in this photo as "A. March."

1958

Sixteen men stand together for a photo before a display board titled, "Our Activities," while other people are seated around banquet table.

1958

Man speaks into a mic at a podium on a long banquet table.

1958

One man hands something flat (an award?) to another man at a banquet.

1958

Mans stands speaking at a podium before a banquet crowd.

1958

Two men shake hands before the crowd at a banquet.

1958

Man hands a square paper to another man across long rectangular banquet table.

1958

Large number of people seating, dining at banquet tables in a large room. Electric chandeliers hang from ceiling. In foreground, seated man speaks to a server in white jacket and black bowtie.

1958

Large number of people seating, dining at banquet tables in a large room. Electric chandeliers hang from ceiling.

1958

Two men with mic at table.

1959

Two men seated at a desk with microphone. Bookcase behind them.

1959

Two men in conversation at a small desk.

1959

Three men standing in front of a display of flags, holding briefcases and/or equipment cases. Emerson Broadcasting faculty, Charles Phillips on right.

1959

1986-03-26

Jack Weir in the television production control room. Weir was a pioneer in broadcasting operations and engineering, known for leading the change in network distribution from terrestrial (phone lines) to satellite, and for his role in coverage of the Olympics, with a 40-year career at NBC. He was inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2012.

1988

Photo portrait of Jack Weir. Weir was a pioneer in broadcasting operations and engineering, known for leading the change in network distribution from terrestrial (phone lines) to satellite, and for his role in coverage of the Olympics, with a 40-year career at NBC. He was inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2012.

1988

Broadcasting antenna at One Financial Center, Boston. Mass Communication department. Rick Levy, consulting engineer at Emerson.

1990-07

Mr. Postle sits at a desk, smiling for the photograph. Postle was acting chairman of the Broadcasting department in 1959.

1959

Equipment and repair tools, coffee cup, ash tray with cigarette butts.

1958

Smartly-dressed students pose for a group photo with Emerson Professor of Mass Communications, George Quenzel (kneeling, right) and Emerson’s Director of Special Events, Brooks Russell. They are holding up a newspaper headline that reads: “Emerson Students Looking for Jobs in L.A.”. Emerson students made their first organized trip to Los Angeles in 1980, under the leadership of Lenny Riendeau and George Quenzel. Students found it such a rewarding experience that the trip it was repeated the next year. The 1981 trip is pictured here. This four-week long, credit-bearing course, titled Hollywood Seminar: Techniques in Comedy, was held during winter intersession. The 1981 trip included studio tours, tapings, readings and interviews. The itinerary listed the following visits: The Jeffersons, Games People Play, Soap, Happy Days, CBS News, M*A*S*H, Lou Grant, The Merv Griffin Show, Wheel of Fortune, Academy of T.V. Arts & Sciences, Bob Keene (scenic designs and techniques), American Film Institute (AFT), American Music Awards, Archie Bunker’s Place, Mork and Mindy, The Johnny Carson Show, ABC, West Side Waltz, a tour of Disney Land, and a tour of Universal City.

1981

The second EVVYs ceremony, held in 1983. A man and woman stand behind a modern white podium, smiling and applauding. The very first EVVY awards were held in 1982. The EVVYs were created to recognize student achievement in television and video. Decades later, this annual awards program has evolved into the largest student award show in the nation, showcasing the work of Emerson students in nearly every area of study offered at the college. Info source: NewEnglandFilm.com.

1983

Cameramen onstage with cameras marked, "WERS TV" shoot a man seated on a stool next to a white screen. On the opposite side of the stage, a person sits at a small table wearing a safari hat.

1958

Two men at a desk, only their heads are visible. Several small portraits hang on the wall behind then.

1959

Three men in suits at desks, two are seated. The man in the center may be Maine governor, Edmund Muskie.

1959

Three men standing in conversation, holding papers, a portrait hangs on the wall behind them.

1959

Four men, standing, in conversation. Bowl on table in foreground.

1959

Two men seated at a large desk. Donkey figurines on the mantle behind them.

1959

Three men at a desk, in conversation.

1959

Gov. Dwinell and another man seated at a desk.

1959

Gov. Dwinell and another man seated at a desk.

1959

Three men standing in conversation, holding papers, a portrait hangs on the wall behind them.

1959

Two men seated at a large desk. Donkey figurines on the mantle behind them. Shot from corner of desk.

1959

Cameramen onstage with cameras marked, "WERS TV" shoot a man seated on a stool next to a white screen. On the opposite side of the stage, a person sits at a small table wearing a safari hat.

1958

1986-03

Panelists at a table. Karen Marinella '84, news reporter at WLVI ch. 56; Nancy Staiti Goldstein '86, publicist with WNEV ch. 7; Melanie Freeman '80, producer for AM Boston, WSBK-TV 38; Lois Roach '83, public service director at WBZ-TV 38.

1988-11-15

Young man in a construction helmet leans through a hole in a wall. A sticker on the wall reads, "WERS 88.9," and handwritten above that is, "The New Home of." in the Ansin building. In 1998, WERS relocated from 180 Beacon Street to the Ansin building at 180 Tremont St, where it remains today (2019). It would be the first Emerson building project completely funded by gifts. At the time, WERS was Boston's only radio station with street-level windowed studios.

1998

Artist's sketch of WERS on air studio and live performance studio with musicians and engineers. Elkus / Manfredu Architects Ltd.

Photo of a television screen. On the screen, a woman in fancy attire appears to be agitated.

1986-05-13

Photo of a television screen. On the screen, a close-up of a man and woman kissing.

1986-05-13

Photo of a television screen. On the screen, a woman watches television. She wears eyeglasses, a bowtie and possibly a graduation cap and gown.

1986-05-13

Photo of a television screen. On the screen, actresses on screen in a dramatic embrace.

1986-05-13

A television monitor, labelled "Mon #17," shows the image of several men in chairs with their backs to camera and four men standing. One of them is looking at his wristwatch. An image from the summer of 1934 is displayed a television monitor during a Sept. 30, 1986 event celebrating the history of broadcasting at Emerson College.

1986-09-30

Two men and an award. In 1962, WERS won the UPI Tom Phillips Award for outstanding achievement in broadcasting, becoming the first college operated radio station to achieve this honor. Emerson student-produced segments would win this award for the next four years.

1962

Young man in a construction helmet leans through a hole in a wall. A sticker on the wall reads, "WERS 88.9," and handwritten above that is, "The New Home of." In 1998, WERS relocated from 180 Beacon Street to the Ansin building at 180 Tremont St., where it remains today (2015). It would be the first Emerson building project completely funded by gifts. At the time, WERS was Boston's only radio station with street-level windowed studios.

1998

Senior / yearbook portrait of Gayle Carson (née Cohn) '59. Graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Broadcasting, Theatre and Speech; President of Carson Research Center.

1959

Ms. Adams, holding an antique telephone receiver to her ear.

1986-05-15

1986-09

Globe on desk next to audio equipment and microphone.

1958

Woman, smiling, wearing headphones, sits on a cushioned bench, operating a small control box, presumably for sound. There is a microphone on the table, a curved ornamental rail behind her, and a man standing at an organ.

1958

Man stands smiling with hand held up. A man in a bowtie plays the organ.

1958

Woman wearing headphones operates a small control box, presumably for sound. There is a microphone on the table and a curved ornamental rail behind her. A man sits at an organ in the background.

1958

Fleming and Edes, both seated, in conversation. A display board sits on a table behind them. Bob Fleming later served as Executive Director of the library at Emerson College.

1986-09-30

Woman wearing headphones operates a small control box. Behind her is an ornamental rail. A man is seated at the same table reading something in his hand.

1958

Woman wearing headphones operates a small control box. There is an ornamental rail between her and organ pipes. A man plays the organ. A microphone sits high on an extended mic stand in the foreground.

1958

Seated, Dorothy Morris; standing, left to right, Belle Sylvester and Ruth Campbell. Under the leadership of Dean Harry S. Ross, the first Emerson course in radio broadcasting was offered by Arthur F. Edes, program director at WEEI, Boston (1932). Info source: www.emerson.edu (Iwasaki library: A short history of Emerson College).

1930 - 1949

Female student behind a Norelco television camera appears to be adjusting her headset.

1986-10

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