Accession UAA-1994-002 - UAA-1994-002

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UAA-1994-002

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  • Textual record
  • Moving images

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UAA-1994-002

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  • 1970-1982 (Creation)
    Creator
    Technical Services - A/V Services Division

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Physical description

9 filmstrips (mainly 16mm);, 13 videotapes

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Administrative history

The Department of Radio and Television was established to coordinate and expand radio and television activities at the University. It incorporated Broadcasting Services (formerly, Radio Services) which had operated since the 1940s. Functions of the Department included: technical support services to campus including dubbing, equipment maintenance and loan service; operation of a closed circuit television system; production of video, film, and radio programs for broadcast on local radio and television stations; documentation of campus conferences, lectures and special events. In 1987, the Department was disbanded and television became a division of Technical Services, while radio was discontinued. In 1990, production functions were assigned to a new Division, the Video Production Centre. Directors: [1946-1958] Margery W. Mackenzie; 1958-1967 Guy H. Vaughan; 1967-1972 Henry Mamet; 1973-1976 William H. Jopling (Acting); 1977-1987 William H. Jopling. Supervisors: 1987- [1990] Wes Denison. Video Producers: [1990]- Don Spence.

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Scope and content

Films and videotapes (produced by the Department of Radio and Television) and accompanying printed materials. Some films include "Ghost Moose," "Fires of Spring", and "Can you tell me you name?".

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Physical condition

good

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Language of material

  • English

Script of material

Location of originals

RCRF Cold Room

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accession register; index; file inventory; case file

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2.10.1994

General note

Formerly RG20 Technical Services.

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University

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AEU

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

DBRACEWELL 5.29.2009. Updated by M.Fraser Nov. 2021.

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