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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Alton, Illinois Monday August 14, 1987 Alton evening Telegraph Page a-3 Siu network near Lins Here a this television equipment at Southern Illinois University a Edwardsville Campus is the forerunner of what May be a full fledged to station. Demonstrations for faculty members to show them what practical applications to can have in the classroom will be held tuesday through Friday of this week. The equipment is set up in the main to studio on the first floor of the communications building used now for practice Only. A ���1199 dollars saved by using this Radii Iii hearing aids repaired a All makes while you wait j Quot loaners Quot a at no extra charge a. Riv Psi Nini a a a a. H highest Quality repairs by skilled technician a at lowest Cost possible free hearing test e hours daily 0 Aja. To 6 pm. Emergencies and holidays Alton 46847n Madison county hearing Aid go. Repairs Al makes ear holds batteries rear 42 e. Ferguson Wood rim m. K. Nacko audio Ofida Ullin Over 5 years in Wood River Lull Lufti phone 254-1433 ? poled a 10-year-old Godfrey boy ran smack into a clothes line pole sunday afternoon and Cut his forehead. Mark Hagerty son of or. And mrs. Newell Hagerty 5519 Ladue St., was running and playing in his Yard with other Chil Dren when the mishap occurred he looked up to late to see the pole and his head hit the Metal Post. Eight stitches had to be used in the emergency room of St Josephus Hospital to close the wound. Hey Germania a Man club members Corky the Clown is coming to visit you wednesday August 16 9 . Toll . Germania savings and loan offices Corky the Clown from the popular saturday morning to program on Channel 5 is coming to Germania. Plan now to visit with him. Tell All your friends and invite them to join you. 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Thru pm. 445-4249 open a til us pm Sot. Edwardsville installs Tion of radio production equipment for an pm radio station on the Siu Campus Here is scheduled for completion some time in the new three to four weeks according to Buren Robbins director of University broadcasting. Robbins said the University will probably apply for a Federal communications commission acc permit to operate the station sometime within the coming year and Hopes to construct a radio Tower on Campus to begin broadcasting within the next 18 months. Plans for an educational television station similar to t h e one presently operated at the Carbondale Campus Are included within the next five years he said. The acc has already assigned uhf Channel 18 As the educational television station in the Edwardsville area and the state legislature has approved a ,891 Grant for radio and television equipment at the University a communications building at Edwardsville. Although Channel 18 has not been definitely assigned to Siu its association to the Edwards Ville area by the acc was made through Siu efforts a Robbins said. The 500-foot radio Tower scheduled for construction on the Edwardsville Campus would have an effective broadcast radius of about 80 Miles and would operate on 50 kilowatts of effective radiated Power. The television Tower which would be constructed off Campus Between Edwardsville and Springfield would be located about 18 Miles from Edwardsville and have a broadcast Rad his of about 50 Miles according to Fred o. Criminger jr., assistant director of broadcasting assigned to the Edwardsville Campus. The production studios for both radio and television however would be located on the Campus itself in the univer Sitye a communications building. The television Tower would link with University transmitters at Carbondale and with a University transmitter presently under construction at Olney to extend the educational network throughout Southern Illinois. In the initial stages Criminger said much of the programming for the radio and television stations at Edwardsville would be done by the University a stations at Carbondale. But As the broadcast program grows at Edwardsville and More material is produced locally the Edwardsville stations will begin to break away from Carbondale he said. The Carbondale radio station presently operates on an 18-hour per Day schedule Criminger said and use of its programming would allow the Edwardsville Campus station to operate on a full schedule from the beginning. As it develops however radio programming for the station at Edwardsville will probably vary considerably from the station at Carbondale Criminger said because of the High concentration of stations in the metropolitan St. Louis area. The radio and television programming will be aimed primarily at the metropolitan area but will be interconnected with Carbondale and will also serve the Southern Illinois area he said. A University station Criminger said needs to represent the total University which Calls for a wide variety of programming. It is Likely he said that a High percentage of informational programming will be presented such As Public affairs and news broadcasts. Present plans Call for the rest of the time to be devoted to music much of it classical although there will be some forms of tighter music. Criminger explained that it is difficult to describe the types of programs which May be presented in the future and that present plans May be a a quite different when actual operation begins. He has been conducting a workshop in radio broadcasting for Siu students during the past month and said most of the radio production will be done by students under the supervision of professional radio personnel. Plans for this fall Call for students to tape radio programs to be distributed to local stations Aud Tsiu at Carbondale. Students have taped occasional radio programs for local stations in the past but Only on a limited basis. The television programs if set up on an operation similar to Carbondale would be produced and directed by professional television personnel with students gaining experience by acting As assistants. Some students however who have attained a High degree of proficiency have produced their own television shows at Carbondale he said. The University with the television equipment now available at Edwardsville has the potential to go into closed circuit production this fail Criminger said. Purchase of on the air equipment however will be delayed until the station is ready to begin full operation. Criminger said use of. Close circuit channels will allow the Siu faculty to utilize television equipment in the classroom this year. The dosed circuit broadcasts May help provide a solution to limited class enrolments he said by allowing one teacher to lecture to several classrooms full of students. The system could also be used in presentation of visual aids in the classroom Criminger said in that presently when films or slides Are used the classroom has to be dimmed to a Point where students often Criminger pointed out that the copyright can be sold in most cases to commercial stations for a More lucrative sum. Then too Robbins said the television Crews would face tremendous technical problems especially in lighting even if they were Able to present the plays. The plays he said would almost have to be reproduced especially for the television cameras in order to solve the technical problems. For the future Robbins said the television station at Carbondale. Channel 8, is already beginning to Experiment with color productions. Although Only one radio television course is sch amp held for the Edwardsville Campus this fall Criminger said he expects the curriculum to grow with the expansion of radio and television production on Campus. Eventually he said the Edwardsville Campus May offer complain they cannot see Well enough to take notes. But with the use of a television receiver the classrooms could be left Well lighted throughout the presentation. Another important aspect he said is the use of closed Cir Euit broadcasts by instructors who will be unable to be present for a class. The instructor could tape his presentation before leaving and it could be shown during the regular class meeting. As for the direction television programming will take when ail on the air station becomes available Robbins explained that it is difficult to draw a line Between educational television and entertainment. Many persons consider jazz educational while others consider it a rank entertainment of the lowest order a he said. Shakespearean plays too Are considered educational by some but entertaining by others Robbins said. The television station at Carbondale he said has often been condemned for falling to present University theater productions. But people fail to realize Robbins said that the University theater pays royalties to present most productions and that the copyright administrators either flatly refuse to allow the presentations to be aired Over Ideational television or set Royalty rates so High they Are out of the Price Range of educational television. Electro Lux factory Branch authorized sales service electro Lux corp. 5516 Godfrey Road dial 466-1049 Bachelor of science degrees in Eradio television with students specializing in particular Fields such As production sales or management. Aspirin eater Christopher Mcelroy 2, climbed on top of a refrigerator and opened a Cabinet saturday. To get into a bottle of children a aspirin which he proceeded to consume. The son of or. And mrs. John Mcelroy 2111 Lawton Alton was rushed to the emergency room at Afton memorial Hospital where a Lavage was and ministered. The boys father said the tot had dragged a chair to the refrigerator in the process of his climb. Swinger Tim Burney 7, was twisting in a swing saturday when he swung too close to the Side bars and struck his forehead. The boy. Son of or. And mrs. Thomas Burney 3560 Omega St., Alton was treated for a laceration to his left Eyebrow that required four stitches to close in emergency treatment at Alton memorial Hospital. The Accident occurred in the boys Back Yard to a swing built by his father. 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