Television Producers

Clip of the Day: Ken Burns on Baseball in America

April 2nd, 2011

In a week filled with baseball openers, here's a clip from the Archive's interview with documentarian Ken Burns (in reference to his 9-part PBS series Baseball). In this clip, Burns discusses the importance of baseball in American history and his deep admiration for Buck O'Neil, the first African-American coach in Major League Baseball.

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Yabba Dabba Dooo! Joseph Barbera centennial today

March 25th, 2011

Joseph Barbera (1911-2006)

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Alan Armer, Producer of "The Fugitive" and Former TV Academy President, Has Died

December 9th, 2010

Alan Armer, who won an Emmy Award as the producer of the classic

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Show Creator Stephen J. Cannell has died— Archive interview Online

October 1st, 2010

50 Years Ago America Watched "The Great Debates" with candidates Kennedy and Nixon

September 25th, 2010

"The Great Debates"— a series of discussions with then-Vice President R

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Producer David Wolper ("Roots") has Died -- Co-Founder of the Archive of American Television

August 12th, 2010

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John Langley's Interview Is Now Online-- Created "Cops"

August 10th, 2010

"Cops is an existential variety show, with a criminal accent, and real

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62nd Primetime Emmy Noms Announced Today

July 9th, 2010

With the 62nd Primetime Emmy Nominations, the Archive of American Television congratulates all of the nominees, including our interviewees:
Paris Barclay (comedy series direction, Glee)

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The Backstory: How Michael Jackson almost didn't make TV History in 1983

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