meets Jack Benny---and offers direction to the beloved comic in a moment of
A---the personalities (including the legendary Ron Hunter) and the productions
of the Merchandise Mart's largest studio.
E and Floyd Kalber---the home of news broadcasts at channel 5.
D---the Merchandise Mart's newest television studio.
A-1---managers hoped this studio attract lucrative commercial production.
But studio A-1 (originally studio B and later designated studio Q) was most often
dark. (Perhaps appropriately, given the fact that, in the early days of network
radio, it was the home to the thriller Light
control---where the illuminated map continued to glow.
field shop and camera room---and the ingenuity of the denizens thereof.
staff announcers---before they were replaced by tape cartridge machines.
O'Connor---and the night his out-takes were aired.
Lemon---the general manager behind the renaissance of channel 5
John Banahan---and channel 5's continuing public service committment.
Schulman---the general manager known as "Bullet Dome".
move to the NBC Tower---did things get better in the new building?