A Study of Instruction in Television in Texas Senior Colleges and of Employee Qualifications Sought by Texas Telecasters Page: 40
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broadoaatlng day * s soiledaled program* Almost all of %h®
prograiaialag, witii tbe ©^caption of news ami actual eoaaieroi&l
eopy is given ad lib by tbe announoers of snail stations*^
To be at ease before an au&ieao# &M to have tJios® pbysi-
oal obaraoteristioa that are texasd telegenio are rated by
talaaastars of Texas as equally istportant following the ability
to ad lib well, sM the possession of a pleasing radio vole#
quality, WOAI-TV ratad poise bafora an audienoe with a value
of *4H« TMs migiat Is® explained by noting that W01J-W« ,
programs schedule included only two quarter-hour progra&s
produead in the studios* The remaining program were mada
up by Jtinessope recordings, fil* features, and athletio
events telecast by remote control.**
Aoting ability was ratad as least Important. The tola*
casters explained that aoting ability could be of value la
its indirect contribution® toward being at ease bafora an
audience, but as m aaaat par se it was last in importance
In the list of the ratad employ©© qualifications.
Qualification® of lon~Perforaing Employees
What do the telecasters of Texas seek in the way of
training and abilities for those staff employ®#® whose pri-
mary funatleAa ara not those of appearing before the television
cameras as performers?
„ J4*?!? L?bor' ffHoyawat outlook la
Sadie and Television Broadcasting occupations, Bulletin o. 958,
^Statement of 3*.S. Dunoan, program direotor of WQAI-TT,
personal interview, March 11, 1950*
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