Frank Lane, 74, Cameraman and Studio Engineer

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My dear father, known as Frank to his ‘GBH family, passed away over the weekend. I always loved hearing his work stories (Zoom, the news, the Pops on the Esplanade, the BSO, The French Chef with Julia Child, This Old House, The Victory Garden…the list goes on).

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Morash to receive Lifetime Achievement Emmy

Russ Morash

Norm Abram: “As a brilliant creator/producer/director, Russ Morash has used his personal passion and love for well prepared food, gardening, home improvement/repair and woodworking to develop a whole new genre of television programs.”

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In protest, jazz-style funeral for Eric Jackson’s show

Jazz Funeral for Eric Jackson

From the Boston Globe – 7/6/2012 Eric Jackson hosted his last weeknight show on WGBH-FM (89.7) Thursday night, and thanks to local saxophonist Ken Field, he went out with a funeral. Field, who hosts a show on WMBR-FM (88.1), led a New Orleans-style funeral outside the WGBH building in Brighton to protest the station’s recent cuts in…

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Mark Steele: Editing WGBH

Mark Steele

We finished most of the shows that aired on PBS: This Old House, The Victory Garden, Masterpiece Theatre, FRONTLINE, Mystery, NOVA, Evening at Pops, Championship Ballroom Dancing,and An Evening of Championship Skating to name a few.

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Microphone maestro

Ron Della Chiesa

From the Boston Globe: Ron Della Chiesa, 73, voice of the BSO, sounds off on musicians from Beethoven to Lady Gaga.

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A reel deal for blind, deaf

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WGBH staffers in Brighton and in Burbank, Calif., caption on average 110 movies for the deaf and hearing-impaired annually and narrate 70 films a year for blind moviegoers.

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WGBH steps into mobile TV market

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From The Boston Globe — 10/26/2010 You could watch live shows from Boston public television station WGBH on your cellphone, if you had the right kind of cellphone. Right now, hardly anyone does, but that may soon change as consumer electronics companies start to adopt Mobile DTV, a new technology that could turn millions of…

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Harvard to renovate 125 Western Avenue as innovation lab

Entrance to 125 Western Avenue (2000) by Don Hallock

From The Boston Globe —10/15/2010 Harvard Business School, which put its Boston expansion plans on hold because of the recession, is ready to start pouring concrete again. Yesterday, the school revealed that it will spend $90 million to $100 million on a new executive education center, plus $15 million to $20 million to convert an…

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Reunion 2006 XII

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Photos by Annie Valva, Leona Hartnett and Steve Rhodes 110. 111. 112. 113. Henry Becton and Fred Barzyk. 114.

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Reunion 2006 XI

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Photos by Annie Valva, Leona Hartnett and Steve Rhodes 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108.

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Reunion 2006 X

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Photos by Annie Valva, Leona Hartnett and Steve Rhodes 99. ?, Laurie Toth Everett, and Raquel Ortiz. 100. Sharon Earley Kinney and Deborah Popkin Schuster 101. 102. Randy Gray and Ann Gaydos. 103. 104. 105. Deborah Popkin Schuster and Paul Solman. 106. 107. 108. 109.

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Reunion 2006 XIX

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Photos by Annie Valva, Leona Hartnett and Steve Rhodes 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97.

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Reunion 2006 VIII

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Photos by Annie Valva, Leona Hartnett and Steve Rhodes 76. Janet McFadden, Scot Osterweil, Art Cohen 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86.

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Reunion 2006 VII

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Photos by Annie Valva, Leona Hartnett and Steve Rhodes 65. 66. 67. 68. Nina Lillie LeDoyt (former ZOOMer), Bernadette Yao (former ZOOMer & WGBH staffer), Raquel Ortiz. 69. Anne Gaydos and Jay Collier 70. Jay Collier and Art Cohn 71. 72. 73. Dan Everett and Laurie Toth Everett 74. 75.

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Reunion 2006 VI

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Photos by Annie Valva, Leona Hartnett and Steve Rhodes 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64.

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