Microtext Subject Guide: Journalism History
CBS News Daily News Broadcasts (1963-88) MFE 4343
Virtually every daily news and public affairs broadcast presented by CBS News on television since 1975 in complete verbatim transcripts. In addition, all available transcripts and transcript excerpts for hard news broadcasts for 1963-75. Television journalists represented in the collection include Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather, Morley Safer, Mike Wallace, Charles Kuralt, Roger Mudd, Ed Bradley. Special historical events are featured in the backfiles of the collection. The 1963 backfile, for example, contains The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy as Reported over the CBS News Television Network and includes the continuous coverage presented from Friday, November 22 to Monday, November 25, 1963.
Edward R. Murrow Papers, 1927-1965 MFM 1151
Edward R. Murrow, a pioneer in the mass media revolution, has been called the founding father of broadcast journalism. This collection provides insights into the history and development of radio and television broadcast journalism and Murrow himself. It includes correspondence covering current issues; Murrow's thoughts on the role of media and problems of reporting; personal and family documents; Murrow's professional papers; and papers detailing Murrow's fraternal and philanthropic activities.
MacNeil/Lehrer Report MFE 2240
Full-text transcripts of the MacNeil/Lehrer Reports for 1980 and 1981. The reports explore one significant issue in the news with experts from a broad range of disciplines.
Meet the Press, 1957-1986 MFE 4336
Transcripts of NBC News' Meet the Press beginning with the first broadcast in 1957. The interviews provide a means of recapturing the perspectives that news personalities (the famous and the infamous) held on national and world affairs. Each microfiche in the collection contains one complete transcript. A chronology of programs is included for each calendar year. The cumulating chronology (on microfiche) lists the programs by date and provides the names and titles of individuals being interviewed.
- Format: Microfiche
- Access: Microfiche - Chronology of programs on microfiche included for each year. No printed guide.
- Additional Subject: History. U.S.
Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism, 1917-1985 MFM 1150
Includes full-text version of every copyright-cleared Pulitzer Prize in journalism awarded for 68 years: editorial writing, local reporting, public service reporting, cartoons, foreign correspondence, commentary, criticism, and feature writing. Articles come from newspapers such as Christian Science Monitor, Detroit Free Press, Arkansas Gazette, Washington Post, and New York Times.