Browse Interviews (3 total)

Adron Doran, House Speaker in 1950 and Kentucky's Representative in the Southern Education Regional Board, discusses his involvement with KET during its formative years. Doran was a liaison of sorts under the Governor Wetherby, who did not give ETV any consideration, until he took a faculty position at Morehead State. Thereafter, and not until…

James Harris discusses KET's early philosophy on educational television, its stated priorities, and his involvement with KET during its formative years. Harris established EKU's TV production facility with a KET provided $200,000 budget. The initial plan was for each of the five major state universities to create such a facility so they could…

Jim Peyton speculates about why higher education and university contributions to KET have been relatively low; he cites low budgets and lack of compensation for programming production as two possible reasons. Peyton also comments on the conflict between the ICC and KET, and perceived differences in the educational philosophies of the various groups…
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