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The History of Broadcast News in Utah

Presented by J. Willard Marriott Library at J. Willard Marriott Library, Salt Lake City UT

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Apr 12 2017
The History of Broadcast News in Utah

Doug Wright of KSL Radio and Television, a broadcast veteran of nearly 50 years, will share a historic review of Utah radio, with anecdotes and insights along with historic photos, sound clips, and stories about the evolution of radio in Utah and the

Doug Wright of KSL Radio and Television, a broadcast veteran of nearly 50 years, will share a historic review of Utah radio, with anecdotes and insights along with historic photos, sound clips, and stories about the evolution of radio in Utah and the West. He will relate stories from his own personal experiences of interviewing many well-known celebrities, authors, politicians, and give insights into some of his most memorable broadcasting opportunities.

With a professional background

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ADMISSION INFO

Contact Judy Jarrow for tickets by April 5. 801-581-3421 or judy.jarrow@utah.edu

Parking is free in the Alumni House lot. There is a charge for parking in the Union pay lots.

Campus Locations
Marriott Library – J. Willard (M LIB)
Room Name/Number
Crimson View Room (Level 4), Student Union
Cost
$50
Transportation / Parking
The A. Ray Olpin Union is accessible by car, campus shuttle, bus and TRAX.
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Contact Name
Judy Jarrow
Contact Phone
8015813421
Contact Email
judy.jarrow@utah.edu
Campus Wide Event
Yes
Link
lib.utah.edu

Contact: 801-581-3421

Email: judy.jarrow@utah.edu

LOCATION

J. Willard Marriott Library

295 South 1500 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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