Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

The Radio Department provided training and experience leading to the FCC third class license with Broadcast Endorsement at the end of two years’ study. As television sets became common in most American homes, TV classes grew in popularity. FJC courses offered students the opportunity to tape in an actual studio on campus. In this 1968 photo, a journalism student records a taping of Rita Kaltenback’s storytelling session with a group of children.
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