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Public Broadcasting Service
BOARD OF MANAGERS, PUBLIC BROADCASTING SERVICE Dr. George E. Bair, director of educational television, general administration,
University of North Carolina Television Network, 219 Swain Hall, Chapel
Hill, N.C. Frank R. Barreca, director, Radio-TV Film Bureau, and general manager, KUAT
TV, University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz. Ronald C. Bornstein, director and general manager, WHA, regents of the Uni
versity of Wisconsin system, 821 University Ave., Vilas Comm., Madison,
Wis. Martin P. Busch, executive director, KUSD-TV/South Dakota ETV board, Uni.
versity of South Dakota, Vermilion, S. Dak. Henry J. Cauthen, president and general manager, South Carolina Educational
Television Commission, 2712 Millwood Ave., Drawer L, Columbia, S.C. J. Michael Collins, president, WNED-TV, Western New York Educational Tele
vision Association, Inc., P.O. Box 1263, 184 Barton St., Buffalo, N.Y. Miss Betty Cope, president and general manager, WVIZ-TV, Educational Tele
vision Association of Metropolitan Cleveland, 4300 Brookpark Rd., Cleve
land, Ohio Miss Dona Lee Davenport, general manager, WTVI-TV, Charlotte-Mecklenburg
Board of Education, 42 Coliseum Dr., Charlotte, N.C. Robert H. Ellis, general manager (director, Bureau of Broadcasting), KAET-TV,
Arizona Board of Regents, Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz. Donley F. Feddersen, general manager, WTIU-TV, trustees of Indiana Univer
sity, Indiana University Radio-TV Services, Bloomington, Ind. Dr. Lawrence T. Frymire, executive director, New Jersey Public Broadcasting
Authority, 1573 Parkside Ave., Trenton, N.J. Howard D. Holst, managing director, WKNO-TV, Memphis Community Televi
sion Foundation, Memphis State University, P.O. Box 80,000, Memphis,
Tenn.. David O. Ives, president, WGBH Educational Foundation, 125 Western Ave.,
Boston, Mass. Lloyd Kaiser, president, wOED-TV, Metropolitan Pittsburgh Public Broadcast
Dr. James L. Loper, president and general manager, KCET-TV, Community
Television of Southern California, 4400 Sunset Dr., Los Angeles, Calif. William J. McCarter, executive vice president and general manager, WTTW
TV, Chicago ETV Association, Inc., 5400 North St. Louis Ave., Chicago, Ill. Dr. Richard J. Meyer, general manager, KCTS-TV, University of Washington,
Drama-TV Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Arthur A. Paul, executive vice president and general manager, KVIE-TV, Cen
tral California Educational Television, P.O. Box 6, Sacramento, Calif. Fred J. Rebman, president and general manager, WJCT-TV, Community. Tele
vision, Inc., 2037 Main St., Jacksonville, Fla. Dr. Otto F. Schlaak, manager, WMVS-TV, Milwaukee area district board of
vocational, technical, and adult education, 1015 North Sixth St., Milwaukee,
Wis. Robert L. Shepherd, executive vice president and general manager, WDCN-TV,
metropolitan board of education, P.O. Box 12555, Nashville, Tenn. Sheldon P. Siegel, executive vice president and general manager, WLVT-TV,
Lehigh Valley Educational Television Corp., South Mountain Dr. West,
Bethlehem, Pa.. Paul K. Taff, president and general manager, Connecticut Public Television Net
work, 24 Summit St., Hartford, Conn.