Positions (from 1958 until 1984): Lighting Consultant, Production Manager, Producer-Director. From WGBH QuickNooz — 8/10/2005 A link with WGBH’s earliest days was broken last week with the death of Greg Harney at age 78. “Many ‘GBHers know Greg’s name because of the Harney Scene Dock, dedicated in his honor by WGBH donors Bill and Anne…

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From Olivia Tappan Bunny Olenick called me last night to say that Greg died yesterday. The following is in today’s Globe. There will be a gathering at the DeCordova Museum at a later date. Harney, Gregory G. Jr. – Age 78 of Lincoln, Aug. 9, 2005. Husband of Mimi Landis and the late Elizabeth (Newman)…

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When I first was hired by Greg Harney to direct Parlons Français back in 1960, I struck a deal. I would devote my life to TV (and not the theater) if only he would give me Studio A for a week so I could do a TV drama. He agreed.

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Fred Barzyk: “I have asked several long time producers at WGBH to take a crack at the question of ‘Why does WGBH, a local public TV station in Boston, have such an impressive impact on media, culture and innovation?’ What follows are several responses to the question.”

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Skip Wareham shared this photo of a Boston/New England Emmy Award ceremony from the 1981. Can you help us identify everyone?

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I joined the WGBH Educational Foundation as secretary to Michael Ambrosino in the Program Department (1965-67); then served as administrative assistant to Jack Caldwell in the Production Department (1967-68). In the course of these 3 years, I also worked in various capacities for Bob Larsen, Dave Davis, and Greg Harney. When an opportunity arose to…

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Here is our current list of WGBH alumni, including those for whom we do and do not have e-mail addresses. (We have also included the names of our deceased colleagues in memoriam.) “Yes” after a name means we do have an e-mail address. “No” means we do not. Some people are listed more than once because we have multiple…

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