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ERIC Number: ED003770
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 67
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THE ROLE AND FUNCTION OF RADIO, TELEVISION, FILM AND THE OTHER NEW MEDIA IN THE PERMANENT PROGRAM OF THE NATIONAL CULTURAL CENTER.
HULL, RICHARD B.; AND OTHERS
IN 1958, CONGRESS AUTHORIZED A PERMANENT NATIONAL CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS. THE PURPOSE OF THIS REPORT IS TO ASSIST THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE CENTER IN DETERMINING POLICY WITH RESPECT TO EMPLOYMENT OF THE NEW MEDIA. A PARTICULAR GUIDELINE GIVEN THE STUDY WAS THAT THE PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL ARRANGEMENTS NEEDED TO SERVICE THE MEDIA MUST NOT INTERFERE WITH THE ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE OF CENTER PROGRAMING. THUS, THE STUDY PROJECT EXAMINED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PLANS OF THE MAJOR COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT COMPANIES TO DETERMINE WAYS AND MEANS OF MINIMIZING THE INTRUSION OF THE MEDIA ON THE CENTER'S PROGRAMING REQUIREMENTS. A CLOSE COLLABORATION WAS MAINTAINED DURING THE STUDY BETWEEN THE ARCHITECTS OF THE CENTER AND STUDY STAFF MEMBERS. THE REPORT PRESENTS POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS, POTENTIALS OF THE NEW MEDIA, PROGRAM RESOURCES, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN FACTORS, AND EQUIPMENT AND STAFF CONSIDERATIONS. (JC)
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Authoring Institution: National Cultural Center, Washington, DC.; Ohio State Univ., Columbus.
Identifiers: COLUMBUS; DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; OHIO