A Study of Instruction in Television in Texas Senior Colleges and of Employee Qualifications Sought by Texas Telecasters Page: 65
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instruct!.oa is that of preparing the student for professional
4* The expenditure of large auxas of money for equip-
ment and instructional devices is not necessary in offering
effeotive instruction in this area.
5* The offering of instruction in nontechnical tele-
vision is within the capacities of the college organise!
ar ;und the liberal arts plan*
6* Xnstruetion in non-tachnioal television practices
is in imping with the basic philosophy of the modern senior
fm Instruction in television ©an serve the interests
of those student® who do not plan to enter television voca-
Since television is a young industry, there are many
area® that require «u@h study to serve as guide® for both
educators and those who are active in the co®mercial field.
The potentialities of the sedlaa are important enough to
enlist the serious thought of both the television producer
and the oonsuaer* Recognizing the Immaturity of television
and the poseibilities of the Medina for positive ends in our
society, the following recommendation® are uadei
1. Educators and teleoasters should cooperate closely
during this early state of development in the study and ex-
change, of information and ideas that will be mutually helpfulf
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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/m1/70/: accessed July 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .