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    • Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Computers;
    • "Baggit" (as you can see by the nice label below), a Southwest Technical Products computer built from a kit by chief engineer Don Geiken. It was called "Baggit", because Don built it while eating his bag lunch.
      The silver box to the left was...
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    • Television production & direction; Men; Television producers and directors
    • The Prairie Town Meeting series of 4 broadcast specials used satellite uplinks and remote broadcast technology to bring audiences around the state together to explore topics of interest to rural communities. In this photo, a guest at a rural...
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    • Public affairs television programs; Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Men; Women; Interviews
    • The Prairie Town Meeting series of 4 broadcast specials used satellite uplinks and remote broadcast technology to bring audiences around the state together to explore topics of interest to rural communities. Host Charlie Johnson asks a question of...
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    • Television production & direction; Public television; Cameras
    • This early studio camera featured a lens turret with lenses of different focal lengths. The camera operator changed from a wide shot to medium shot to close up by rotating the lens turret. Modern studio cameras used at Prairie Public today have a...
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