Radio broadcasting -- Utah -- Provo
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains KBYU reel-to-reel tapes and photographs, dating from 1934 to 1983. These tapes include program logs, negatives and slides, talks given at Brigham Young University, and films of various campus activities. The tapes also include broadcasts and speeches regarding important moments in American history.
Contains reel-to-reel audio tapes produced by KBYU from 1934-1983. Recordings include the "Rise of the American Nation" series and recordings related to John F Kennedy.
Contains letters and memorandums between President Wilkinson, BYU staff, Arch Madsen, and radio executives on the subject of new radio programs and daily operations of the KSL radio station. Dated 1960 to 1962.
Letter jacket with a KBYU chenille patch, given to Curtis G. Taylor, a radio announcer for KBYU, in 1951. Also includes a photograph of Taylor and a handwritten biographical note about Taylor's career with Brigham Young University. Dated 1951.
Collection of phonographs of various sources and sizes. Includes children's educational music, radio programs, sound effects, film scores composed by Max Steiner, General Conference talks, Mormon Tabernacle Choir recordings, theater productions and church radio dramas. Also included are recordings from various genres including Christmas, orchestral, opera, choral, dance, and folk. Collection consists of approximately 700 phonographs.