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1. Prairie Town Meeting remote Prairie Town Meeting remote 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....

2. 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...

3. An early television camera An early television camera 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...

4. Prairie Town Meeting Prairie Town Meeting 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....

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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