File RG 395.40.28 - RTA Faculty and students

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RTA Faculty and students

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RG 395.40.28

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  • 1996-1997 (Creation)

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11 photographs : 9 b&w print ; 17.5 x 12.5 cm. - 2 b&w prints ; 9 x 12 cm.

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File contains photographs of Faculty and staff. The photographs are mostly composed of projects the faculty were involved in. Included in the file are photographs of Jon Keeble, RTA chair, and Ross McCreath, president of the Canadian Communications Foundation for the launch of the CCF website about the history of private broadcasting which Keeble was involved in creating; Professor Clive VanderBurgh with his "Kids TV Research" project; and Photographs from the launch of Ryerson's Spirit Radio station and the station co-ordinator Mark Banbury, an RTA graduate and instructor in the school. Also included in the file are 2 copies of a photograph of an Ryerson RTA student with Jay Leno. The student interned on his show.

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