Concordia University Television fonds
The fonds documents the activities of CUTV.
It is mainly composed of CUTV member’s productions which amounts to approximately 250 titles. There are also some administrative records for the period of 1970-1989.
Concordia University. Television
News entertainment and sports coverage.
The Week at Concordia
Recording of the CUTV news with entertainment and sports coverage with Peter Garred, Suzanne Dansereau.
Concordia news produced by CUTV Fotini Costakos.
CHOM L'Esprit contest 1981 finalist Mobile performing.
CUTV produced program about news and sports pertaining to Concordia University.
News report, February 2, 1981.
This recording is a video documentary about hairdressing.
Futerscope / Scratchband
Several takes from the introduction to the program "Futrescope". The subjects for the program are the Dow Planetarium and Halography. The second reel contains a concert by Scratchband.
Communications studies and ski patrol Steve Skitt, Claude D'Anjou.
Debate held at Concordia about energy resources in Canada with Peter Blakey (PC) Warren Allman (LIB) David Garon (NDP).
Rock band from Toronto and an interview with the Joe Hall Band.
Rock group "Changes" performing.
Claude Morin at F.C. Smith
Lecture at the F.C. Smith auditorium by minister of inter-governmental affairs, Claude Morin about the upcoming referendum.
Talent show includes a blues band. Possibly held at Loyola.
1) Interview about International students Journalism with "Montreal Star" reporter and station manager at CRSG David Shand
2) Folk dance troup.
1) Theatre and dance at an unidentified location
2) Unidentified rock group.
Studio session featuring the rock band "Changes".
Gerald Charleon (?)
Gerald Charleon (?) speaking about the revolution in Eritrea.
Marvin, Who, What, Why
Satirical student production about space, produced in the television studio.
Debate involving candidates for the upcoming municipal election.
Thank you for the music
Documentary about the application of music therapy to the education of children. Shot on location oat Peter Hall Schools Inc.