Archivist in a Race Against Time. So Far, He has Funding to Save only 25 of 600 Historic Film Reels
The nearly 600 reels — some more than 50 years old — were the legacy of the university's television station, KUHT-TV. The station, the nation's first non-commercial educational TV broadcaster, hit the air in summer 1953, and the films, dealing with topics such as juvenile delinquency, low-cost housing and big-city nightlife, architecture and arts, chronicled Houston at a unique stage of its development.
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