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Re: [ARSCLIST] Questions regarding audio collection of a university-based black radio series
We have a collection of programs entitled " News And Views - Black
Perspective " that were produced and aired by WSYR - Syracuse N.Y. -
These were recorded and broadcast in the mid to late 1970's- perhaps
later, perhaps earlier - if memory serves. If I remember correctly,
Dennis Dowdel was the host for the majority, if not for of them. They
aired once a week-also if memory serves.
Sorry I can't remember more.
They are all on .75 inch full track format tape recorded at 7.5 IPS.
All are originals as these were the broadcast masters.
I haven't had time to examine or audition them - there are many.
Belfer Audio Archive
Syracuse University Library
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I am accessing an audio collection of 266 1/4" reel-to-reel audiotapes
of a weekly radio series entitled "Soul of Reason," which aired on
AM in New York from 1971-1986. The series was co-produced by WNBC
Radio's Community Affairs Division and the Institute of Afro-American
Affairs at New York University. The program's host was Dr. Roscoe C.
Brown, Jr. The series was created to address the issues of African-
American and Latino communities, and was an outgrowth of the
ethnic/cultural studies programs that emerged at American universities
during and after the civil rights era.
I'm trying to determine the uniqueness of this particular series. I
wondering if anyone on the list knows of other university-based radio
series that developed out of black studies departments/programs
like "Soul of Reason." Additionally, I am looking for archives that
have audio collections of comparable radio series. Any assistance is
greatly appreciated. You can reply to me off list.
Moving Image Archiving and Preservation (MIAP) program
Tisch School of the Arts, New York University