New Book by Mark Duffield

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Mark Duffield, former WGBH Director of Business Development for the Local Corporate Development Department has written his third book.

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Karl Lorencic, 91, Engineer Across Four Decades

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Karl and his family immigrated to the US in 1965 when he received a job offer from WGBH-TV. He worked as a WGBH engineer for many years, working on programs including The French Chef with Julia Child, Boston Pops, Masterpiece Theater and many, many more.

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Remembering Rick Hauser

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These brainy, funny, wildly innovative people became my graduate school faculty — generously sharing their ideas and their excitements with me — someone whom they could easily have ignored. Instead, so many of them became dear friends and mentors; and it was no secret to anyone that to me, one of the dearest of them all was Rick.

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Who is “Daphne”?

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The GBH Archives is seeking the identity of a girl who appeared on the Auction with Fred Rogers in the ’60s. Any leads?

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Sherry Jones, Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker, dies at 73

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Sherry Jones, an Emmy-winning documentary producer who wedded investigative reporting with dramatic visuals, crafting television films that explored foreign affairs, American politics and national security issues, died Feb. 14 at a hospital in Washington. She was 73.

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David Mugar, 82, Philanthropist

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David Mugar, a Boston philanthropist and the man behind the annual Fourth of July Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular, died Tuesday night at the age of 82.

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Celebrating ZOOM’s 50th Anniversary

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Over the course of six seasons, millions of American children watched ZOOM, and they responded to its exhortation to participate by sending in an average of 10,000 letters every week.

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The Money Room: So What?

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John Kerr: The corporate officer I saw was eager to learn about ways to fund PBS programs. John Carver then sealed the deal. That visit led to a grant to WGBH of $300,000 to help fund NOVA.

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