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1. Host and director consult the script for Red River Land Host and director consult the script for Red River Land Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Men; Television producers and directors Erling Rolfsrud, host, and Ron Salick, director, consult before a broadcast of Red River Land, a classroom program taught by North Dakota author Erling Nicolai Rolfsrud. The program covered the history...

2. Studio set for "Free Space" Studio set for "Free Space" Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television "Free Space" was a 30 minute program broadcast as a public service by Prairie Public Television. The program was the brainchild of Dan Hart who stated that the program was a great outlet for people with...

3. Baggit - Prairie Public's first personal computer Baggit - Prairie Public's first personal computer 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...

4. Host Erling Rolfsrud on the set of Red River Land Host Erling Rolfsrud on the set of Red River Land Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Men; Cameras Erling Rolfsrud, host awaits his cue before a broadcast of Red River Land. The program covered the history and the development of the Red River Basin, a lakebed plain that extends from the Canadian border...

5. Field production equipment before videotape Field production equipment before videotape Television production & direction; Public television; Cameras; Men Prior to portable videotape cameras, television crews used film cameras. The film would be developed, edited, and then transfered to videotape for broadcast.
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