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UNO Television

 Organization

Biography

UNO Television, also known as UNO TV, is a unit of the University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media. UNO TV "provides production, program distribution and educational services to a diverse group of local, regional and national users" and serves as the site coordinator for UNO's distance education classes.

UNO TV operates the KYNE-TV station and the Omaha Production Center of the Nebraska Educational Telecommunications (NET) Television network, and produces programs for statewide distribution on NET. In addition, UNO TV provides local programming for The Knowledge Network (TKN) of Greater Omaha.

Source: UNO Television web site. Viewed October 17, 2018. https://www.unomaha.edu/college-of-communication-fine-arts-and-media/uno-television/index.php

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Diamond Jubilee (TV Series), 1983-1984

 Series
Scope and Contents Diamond Jubilee is a series of 12 interviews produced in 1983-1984 as part of the T.V. Classroom television series, in honor of UNO's 75th anniversary celebration events, collectively termed the UNO Diamond Jubilee. The first interview features UNO Chancellor Del Weber. The next ten episodes focus on the deans of each college, the library, the Alumni Association, and Educational and Student Services. The final episode focuses on the future of the university through interviews with two...
Dates: 1983-1984

Midwest Roots : Hollywood Dreams (TV Series), 1982

 Series
Scope and Contents Explores theater and film production and participation in the Midwest. Also, discusses the careers of prominent Nebraskan actors/performers. Series of 13 episodes.Thirteen episodes (approximately 29 minutes each): no. 1-2. Early theater in the Midwest--no. 3-4. Early history of the Omaha Playhouse--no. 5. Buffalo Bill and the movies--no. 6. Omaha's black motion picture company--no. 7. Women in early film--no. 8. Harry Langdon and Harold Lloyd: comic characters from...
Dates: 1982

Reflections in Time, 1979-2007

 Series
Scope and Contents Reflections in Time is a series of 125 interviews produced from 1979 to 2007 with former UNO staff, faculty, and administrators. Of the 125 interviews in this series, the first 73 programs (1979-1991) were hosted by UNO Professor of Communication Paul Borge and the final 52 (2000-2007) were hosted by UNO Dean of Arts & Sciences Jack Newton. No episodes were produced between 1991 and 2000.Episodes from 1979-1991 were produced by KYNE-TV, in cooperation with the UNO Alumni...
Dates: 1979-2007

Required Reading, 2014-2016

 Series — Box 2017-024
Scope and Contents

This collection includes 16 DVDs of Required Reading, a UNO television series focusing on UNO faculty authors.

Dates: 2014-2016

Unprocessed KVNO Radio Station and UNO Television Recordings, 1980-2022

 Series — Box 2023-007.1-113: Series 2023-007
Identifier: 2023-007
Scope and Contents

The KVNO collection is primarily KVNO and UNO Television documentaries, programs, and special events. The analog and digital media objects included the programs as aired as well as separate audio tracks, b-roll, etc. A small amount of paper records are available related to some of the productions and operations. Included is The War Comes to Nebraska, a regional Emmy-winning documentary about Madagascar, other documentaries, and programs.

Dates: 1980-2022

Westward the Empire : Omaha's world fair of 1898

 Item
Scope and Contents

This television documentary, the first produced on the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition of 1898, discusses the culture, values, and economy at the turn of the century. It examines the incredible construction project and the fair itself, a major historical event, which heralded the many accomplishments of the states west of the Mississippi River.

Producer/director/writer, David C. Rotterman; narrator, Susan J. Baer; executive producer, Gary Repair.