A Study of Instruction in Television in Texas Senior Colleges and of Employee Qualifications Sought by Texas Telecasters Page: 51
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Whloh studeat interests will It serf®I by ©fferiag
iastruetloa ia aoa-teohaieal television teohaiques and pro-
cedures? Forrest L. Whta of the University of Wiohita*
offers aa. approaeii to tula queetioa„ He sayst
| submit that there are at least four type# of
students who enroll in radio slashesi
lf the nprofessioaal* studeat who stadias radio
because he hopes to make eoaMor*ial or e&uoatioaal
radio his career.
3. the "sesti-professioaal" student who studies
radio because he hopes to follow a oareer ia whioh
the use of radio may he required * sueh as the teacher,
the preaoher, the lawyer, the politiciaa, ete.
3* the "oeoasioa&l" student who will use radio
oal|' on rare oooasions. Perhaps ha will be asked by
his employer, his oivio oluh, bis oity government to
take part ia a publie service program,
4* the "listener" student who wants t© kaow more
about something whioh affects his life &pre hours of
the day thaa aaythiag else la the world.0
d'oha VT. Baohaaa, ehalman of the ladl® Department of
Baylor University, states that there are three distlaot stu-
deat needs served by the radio and televisloa instruction
offered la this sehoolt (1) the needs of those students
seeking professional entry iato the ootaaereial field; (2)
the needs of those students who wish to utilise ratio aad
television t© supplement their activities ia other professions
suoh as that of the aialstry, taaoiiing, law, advertlslAg,
Journalise, aad home economics; and (3) the need# of those
students who seek aa uaderstandlag of the basic eoaeepts of
Forrest L. Wkn, "Specialization vs Oeaeral Idaeatioa
ia the Radio CuxriouluaH, Mucatioa oa the Mr. 1949* edited
by 0. J• Olsoa, pp. 219-221.
^Statement of Joha W Baohiaaa, persoaal interview, Maroh 4*
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Helton, William Bernard. A Study of Instruction in Television in Texas Senior Colleges and of Employee Qualifications Sought by Texas Telecasters, thesis, 1950; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc130211/m1/56/: accessed January 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .