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551 Saturday Night cancelled
Northern Iowan 74:7, p.4
9/23/1977 Local NBC affiliate KWWL will not carry Saturday Night Live.
552 "Soap" doesn¿t cut it
Rank--Dan (Class of 1978)
Northern Iowan 74:6, p.4
9/20/1977 Review of the television program "Soap".
553 Violence explained
Northern Iowan 73:61, p.2
7/8/1977 Opposes violence on TV and contrasts his views to those expressed in Paula VanderBeek's July 1 editorial.
554 Violence sometimes misunderstood
Northern Iowan 73:60, p.2
7/1/1977 Violence on TV can be very brutal but acts of violence can also teach a point, especially to children; they should have adult guidance to help them understand violence in the world.
555 The people made it happen
Northern Iowan 73:56, p.14
5/6/1977 A year end wrap-up of big events.
556 Soap operas
Northern Iowan 73:53, p.5
4/26/1977 Professor Lounsberry will examine images of women in soap operas.
557 Cable offers alternatives; form of communication
Fridley--Richard L. (Class of 1978)
Northern Iowan 73:50, p.9
4/15/1977 Excerpts from speech by Bill Riley.
558 Extension offers television course in classic theater
Northern Iowan 73:38, p.5
2/15/1977 Three credit hour class featuring BBC productions.
559 In defense of MH, MH
Northern Iowan 73:36, p.2
2/8/1977 Unhappy that the television show "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" was pulled from WMT-TV.
560 'Rooted' to the TV
Northern Iowan 73:33, p.4
1/28/1977 Students watch "Roots" on a new television in the Keyhole Room in Maucker Union.
561 Classic theatre course offered through IPBN
Northern Iowan 73:33, p.8
1/28/1977 Professor Kalmar will be local instructor.
562 Roots in Keyhole
Northern Iowan 73:32, p.4
1/25/1977 New TV reserved for viewing of the television program "Roots".
563 Big time
Grevas--Daniel J. (Class of 1977)
Northern Iowan 73:31, p.1
1/21/1977 A student watches a program on the Union's new big screen TV; photo.
564 TV set installed in Union
Wible--Pamela J. (Classes of 1977 and 2002)
Northern Iowan 73:31, p.5
1/21/1977 New big screen TV, costing over $3000, is available.
565 CBS newsman speaks on influence of TV news
Northern Iowan 73:21, p.1
11/12/1976 Donald Webster speaks at UNI on the influence of television news.
566 On T.V. news
Northern Iowan 73:21, p.7
11/12/1976 CBS news correspondent Don Webster speaks on TV news.
567 UNI hits the big time--NBC's "Tomorrow"
UNI Century 4:4, p.4
10/1/1976 Brief survey of broadcast program at UNI; photo.
568 Welcome to my Module
Maravetz--Steven John (Class of 1981; Communication Studies Faculty)
Northern Iowan 73:6, p.3
9/21/1976 Review of this year's Miss America Pageant.
569 "Almost Anything Goes"
Northern Iowan 72:57, p.3
6/16/1976 People gathered in the Dome for the "Almost Anything Goes" contest to see which Iowa team would compete on television; photo.
570 American T.V. depends on ratings
Northern Iowan 72:51, p.8
4/13/1976 Excerpts from speech by Bernard Mayes.
571 A cure for insomnia
Paxton--David A. (Class of 1976)
Northern Iowan 72:7, p.6
9/23/1975 TV sports put him to sleep.
572 Unitoons
Northern Iowan 72:6, p.2
9/19/1975 Mr. Spock wants to be beamed up.
573 Scholz named coordinator
Northern Iowan 71:18, p.8
11/1/1974 Professor Scholz discusses aims for instructional broadcasting program; photo.
574 Crownfield, cat food, and soap operas
Koeppel--Diane (Class of 1976)
Northern Iowan 71:15, p.3
10/22/1974 Believes television interferes with enjoyment of Hemisphere Lounge.
575 Nijim program
Northern Iowan 70:21, p.4
11/30/1973 Will present viewpoint on Arab-Israeli conflict on Cedar Rapids television station.
576 T.V. and the "Northern Iowan"
Waldsten--Arne P. (Student--1972-1973)
Northern Iowan 69:52, p.3
5/4/1973 Would appreciate TV viewing tips in NI.
577 Armchair Olympics
Northern Iowan 69:2, p.2
9/19/1972 Comments on commercials on Olympics broadcasts.
578 Viewing with Archie
Northern Iowan 68:32, p.2
2/15/1972 Not sure what "All in the Family" is teaching.
579 Television: controlled evolution
Northern Iowan 68:12, p.3
10/26/1971 Believes that television controls life.
580 TV course covers Greco-Roman heritage
Northern Iowan 68:1, p.12
9/17/1971 Gloria Rapinchuk will teach course.
581 Cable TV--childhood's end
Northern Iowan 67:56, p.2
6/18/1971 Looks to future of television; supports cable TV referendum.
582 Reader hits "scare tactics," "propaganda" about cable TV
Northern Iowan 67:56, p.3
6/18/1971 Believes television industry will benefit from competition in the field.
583 You can't fool a "chain man"
Northern Iowan 67:16, p.2
11/10/1970 Complains about difficulty in getting television secured against thievery.
584 New fall T.V. class stars Claus in "Urban Man"
Northern Iowan 66:64, p.1
7/24/1970 Professor Claus outlines his course.
585 UNI to offer extension course on television
Northern Iowan 66:30, p.6
1/30/1970 Professor Chadney will offer social anthropology course.
586 UNI Extension Service to Offer 'Sunrise Semester'
Public Relations News Release 1969:238, p.1
1/5/1970 TV course in social anthropology of Africa during the spring semester.
587 KWWL features profs; discuss freedom
Northern Iowan 65:52, p.1
4/22/1969 Professors discuss academic freedom.
588 Academic freedom discussed on KWWL
Northern Iowan 65:51, p.6
4/18/1969 UNI faculty members will participate.
589 Presidents discuss budget; television appearance
Northern Iowan 65:48, p.1
4/8/1969 President Maucker and other Regents presidents talk about their budget needs.
590 Defends speakers
Buckmaster--Robert R. (Classes of 1932 and 1933)
Northern Iowan 65:42, p.2
3/7/1969 KWWL editorial believes Controversial Speaker Program offers opportunities to listen and understand.
591 Women's Chorus to present Xmas music on KWWL
Northern Iowan 65:28, p.8
12/17/1968 Concert program.
592 Solution to 'pressing' problems
Thorne--Edward James (Speech Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:26, p.3
12/10/1968 Ironic comment of difficult financial situation: have televised lectures beamed to televised students.
593 Challenges in education
Silvey--Ina Mae Brown (Mathematics Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:25, p.5
12/6/1968 Professor Silvey talks about the ways in which the Math Department has attempted to make its televised courses into sound instructional experiences.
594 A decade of closed-circuit TV
Hake--Herbert Victor (Broadcast Services Director)
Alumnus 53:4, p.11
12/1/1968 Professor Hake outlines the history and uses of closed circuit television on campus; photo.
595 An open letter to WMT-TV
Northern Iowan 65:15, p.2
10/29/1968 Letter urges television station to show upcoming Minnesota Vikings game at which Panther Marching 100 will play during half-time.
596 Marching 100 to entertain
Northern Iowan 65:15, p.8
10/29/1968 Panther 100 Marching Band will perform November 3 at the Minnesota-Washington NFL game, which will be aired by CBS television.
597 Dorm room TV classes foreseen for future UNI
Northern Iowan 65:12, p.5
10/18/1968 Speculation about the possibility of classes broadcast to dormitories via television.
598 'Saturation point reached' for closed circuit classes
Northern Iowan 65:4, p.1
9/20/1968 Brief history of the use of closed circuit television classes on campus; photo.
599 KWWL hosts 2nd '1st Iowa TV art show'
Northern Iowan 64:58, p.4
6/14/1968 Prizes to be offered; works to be on display in early September.
600 UNI students participate in TV debate
Northern Iowan 64:49, p.4
4/19/1968 Will debate issue of civil disobedience on campus.


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