Subfonds P0024.01 - TV Sir George fonds

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TV Sir George fonds

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  • 1966 - 1975 (Creation)
    Sir George Williams University. Television

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54 film reels
10 b&w photographs

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Television Sir George (TVSG) came into existence in October 1966, with the ratification by the Students’ Association of Sir George Williams University (later the Day Students’ Association) and made its home in the then newly erected Henry F. Hall Building. The first organization staff was composed of James Joyce as executive producer, Rob Joyce as creative director, and Barry Barnes as technical advisor. Membership was open to all undergraduate students. TV Sir George’s first show appeared on Channel 9 on November 21st 1966. TVSG became CUTV in January 1975.

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The fonds is comprised of 10 photos.

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