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Chayes discusses maritime labor laws and flags of convenience, the Satellite Communications Act of 1962, and other domestic and international issues surrounding U.S. satellites, among other issues.
Cox discusses the development of US satellite communications, the 1962 All-Channel television bill, and the functioning of the Federal Communications Commission during the Kennedy administration, among other issues.
Farley discusses establishing the communications satellite program, the politics that went along with it, and the Multi-Lateral Force, among other issues.
In this interview Henry discusses working on John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] 1960 presidential campaign as part of the Nationalities Division of the Democratic National Committee; getting the vote of different ethnic groups in the 1960 presidential election; impressions of JFK; joining the Kennedy Administration and the Federal Communications Commission [F...
Kappel (1902 - 1994) was Chairman of the board, American Telephone and Telegraph Co. (1961-1967); chairman, Business Council (1963-1964). The interview focuses on the changes that the John F. Kennedy [JFK] administration made to the Business Council and the introduction of Communications Satellites, among other issues.
This interview focuses on the coordination of televised appearances during JFK’s campaign, the debates between JFK and Richard Nixon’s, and the use of television and radio during the Kennedy administration, among other topics.
This folder contains memoranda and correspondence concerning television ratings, broadcast formats, and scheduling television appearances for Senator John F. Kennedy during the 1960 presidential campaign. Also included in this folder is a statement made by Frank Stanton, President of the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), discussing the impact of ...
This folder contains correspondence, memoranda, and telegrams concerning the planning, formatting, and outcome of the televised debates between Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard M. Nixon. The debates were broadcast simultaneously on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC), the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), the National Broadc...
This folder contains a telegram from Leonard Miall to Pierre Salinger, Press Secretary to President-elect John F. Kennedy, expressing thanks to Mr. Salinger and the President-elect for their cooperation with British Broadcasting Company (BBC) television teams during the 1960 campaign.
This folder contains material collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning the President's Science Advisory Committee (PSAC). Materials concern telecommunications, saline water conversion, Special Assistant for Science and Technology Jerome B. Wiesner as Chairman of PSAC, a report on Project Rover, co...
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President John F. Kennedy delivers a radio and television address to the nation regarding ...
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