Copyright 2016, J. David Goldin
These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 23, 2016. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.
107733. ABC Closed Circuit. January 1947. ABC net. "The Green Hornet" fills are to be eliminated; and other programing news. The announcement took place between January 26 and January 30, 1947. The first 16:34 only. Ray Diaz (traffic manager), Florence Morris (booking manager), Andy Kay (sustaining supervisor), Bill Riley (program promotion plugs). 16:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.
107729. ABC Closed Circuit. June 24, 1947. ABC net. A closed circuit about, "The Paul Whiteman Club" on ABC, which will start June 30, 1947. The first 16:58 only. Dan Norton (president of Nestle Milk Products), George Oliver (advertising manager of Nabisco), Fred Tamke (adverting manager of Wesson Oil), Robert Kintner (executive vice-president of ABC), Bud Barry (creator of "The Paul Whiteman Club"), Paul Whiteman, John Norton (vice-president of ABC station relations). 16:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.
107649. ABC Closed Circuit. July 1, 1947. ABC net/WHOT, South Bend, Indiana. On a closed circuit this Thursday, there will be very important announcement about changes in kid's programs to be made. Other schedule changes are announced. The instructions given are most confusing, and are being made as the closed circuit is on the network. The closed circuit is complete. Part of a WHOT local newscast follows the closed circuit. Ray Diaz (ABC Traffic Manager), Florence Morris (ABC Central Program Booking Manager), Frank Walker (WHOT newscaster). 13:15. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.
67721. ABC Closed Circuit. December 20, 1947. Not for broadcast. Capehart and The Farnsworth Company are going to sponsor "The Metropolitan Auditions Of The Air." The advertising manager of Farnsworth speaks about advertising plans for the show. The Vice President of Farnsworth also speaks. Interference is heard duing his address. The final 14:30 of the transmission only. Patrice Munsel (soprano), Leonard Warren (baritone), Milton Cross (host). 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.
67131. ABC Closed Circuit. January 28, 1948. ABC net. Not for broadcast. A closed circuit about "Point Sublime," a new program sponsored by John Hancock Life Insurance. The program is to begin February 2, 1948. See. cat. #47455 for what might be the first show of the series. The first 14:45 of the transmission only. Ted Oberfelder (Director of Advertising and Promotion), Don Warren (announcer), Russ Johnston (McCann-Erickson), Robert L. Redd (writer, producer), Cliff Arquette, Vincent Pelletier, Jane Morgan, Mel Blanc. 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.
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