DescriptionAdron 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 higher education began to express an interest in its formation and promotion, he had a minimal relationship with KET organizers. In general, Doran provides a deeper explanation for the many problems and challenges that KET faced during its formative years. Doran also comments on State Schools' responses through time and, when it came to providing deliverables to both its advocates and audience, KET shortfalls .