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Broadcast Tape 6.  (Originally labeled Van Camp Master #14)

Date:  ca. 1982

Duration:   00:23:13

Reporters: Rosemarie Van Camp and Bill Koss

Six news reports and public service announcements . 

Originally produced on ¾: u-matic.  Reformatted to Betacam SP in 2003 and MPEG-2 in 2005.


Tape contents

Segment 1

Title:  [Florida Economy]

Date:  ca. 1982

Reported by:  Rosemarie Van Camp

Duration:  00:09:33

File name: NPA0601

Van Camp interviews Dr. Henry H. Fishkind and asks a series of questions related to the economy of Florida such as the state of tourism, unemployment, the housing problem, as well as the state of the economic conditions in various parts of the state.


Segment 2

Title:  [Off-Site Engineering Classes]

Date:  ca. 1982

Reported by:  Rosemarie Van Camp

Duration:  00:02:19

File name: NPA0602

A report on electrical engineering professor Tony Arroya’s class on modern spectrum analysis which is recorded and then broadcast for a class held in the conference room of the Harris Corporation in Melbourne, Florida.  The class is an effort to increase cooperation between the University of Florida and industry.

Segment 3

Title:  [National budget and Florida’s Economy]

Date:  ca. 1982

Reported by:  Rosemarie Van Camp

Duration:  00:06:44

File name: NPA0603

The effect of the recent passage by the Republican budget on the economy of Florida and various areas of the state in particular.  Mention is made of Governor Graham’s targeting 41 million dollars to assist immigrants to the state.

Segment 4

Title:  [Robert Q. Marston and computers]

Date:  ca. 1982

Narrated by:  Robert Q. Marston

Duration:  00:00:35

File name: NPA0604

UF president Robert Q. Marston reports on how UF will benefit from computer and information sciences and how they transfer information.  UF is developing a technology park to be known as the Florida Research & Technology Campus.

Segment 5

Title:  [Robert Q. Marston and biology]

Date:  ca. 1982

Narrated by:  Robert Q. Marston

Duration:  00:00:32


Marston states that the University of Florida and industry want to capture opportunities that new knowledge give us.  An example is the new biology which is changing aspects of agriculture, health care, and basic industry.  To facilitate this the University of Florida is developing land for use as a research and technology campus.

The digital file for this segment is missing.

Segment 6

Title:  [Ken MaCranney}

Date:  ca. 1982

Interviewer:  Bill Koss

Duration:  00:04:10

File name: NPA0605

This segment was part of University of Florida Basketball with Norm Sloan, a commercial television program. Bill Koss interviews Ken MaCranney who is the youngest assistant basketball coach at the University of Florida. Macranney has three goals:  to help players realize their potential early, to develop team spirit, and to emphasize the importance of an education.


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