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April 01, 2014
... in July 2013 by Amy Harrington for the Television Academy Foundation’s Archive of American Television. The following is an edited ... high school? A: I took a year off. I didn’t know how to pursue being a stand-up comedian. But I had decent grades, so I went to ...
April 21, 2014
... is much that our children and young people don’t know – how you get AIDS, what it means or how to behave around someone who has it. ... Academy also publishes emmy magazine. Its charitable Foundation operates the Archive of American Television, College Television ...
August 20, 2012
... 2000, at age 92, was interviewed for the Television Academy Foundation’s Archive of American Television by Fred Westbrook. An excerpt ... nothing. You have to become an entertainer. But this is how you become commercial. If you want to make money, you’ve got to be ...
February 09, 2012
... than four seconds at vehicle speeds of 120 mph. No matter how rough the terrain or extreme the movement of the arm, the image will remain ... food using just the TV remote. The trial aimed to study how interactive services would work, as well as their costs and advertising ... Center. Mr. Setos holds a B.S. degree from The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. ...
July 13, 2011
... interviewed by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation’s Archive of American Television. During the six-hour interview, ... ). He was getting a reputation around town for knowing how to make viewers laugh; the executives at the ad agency for Johnson Wax ...
November 22, 2013
... weaves three main threads together to paint a portrait of how we treat others — and how we can do it better. In “Wheels,” Will ... Academy also publishes emmy magazine. Its charitable Foundation operates the Archive of American Television, College Television ...