Reflections in Time: Interview with Paul Borge,1987

In July of 1987 Paul Borge, University of Nebraska at Omaha Professor of Communication and chair of the Radio-TV department, was interviewed by Tim Fitzgerald for Reflections in Time. Professor Paul Borge was born in Deerfield, WI, and moved to Minnesota as a small child. He received his B.A. (1947) from Luther Collegein Decorah, IA. Paul Borge was the founder of the UNO educational television station KYNE and radio station KVNO. He was the producer and first host UNO history series Reflections in Time. This streaming video is also available at UNO Criss Library YouTube site: https://youtu.be/mZta8EGKj3o, UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 00:58:12
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Abstract/Description: In July of 1987 Paul Borge, University of Nebraska at Omaha Professor of Communication and chair of the Radio-TV department, was interviewed by Tim Fitzgerald for Reflections in Time. Professor Paul Borge was born in Deerfield, WI, and moved to Minnesota as a small child. He received his B.A. (1947) from Luther Collegein Decorah, IA. Paul Borge was the founder of the UNO educational television station KYNE and radio station KVNO. He was the producer and first host UNO history series Reflections in Time. This streaming video is also available at UNO Criss Library YouTube site: https://youtu.be/mZta8EGKj3o
Subject(s): Borge, Paul Daniel
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Interviews
Date Created: 1987

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