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TELEVISION SERIES FOR THE ATLANTIC CITY MEETING
A series of four half-hour television programs summarizing top scientific events will be a feature of the American Medical Association's 108th Annual Meeting in Atlantic City. Originating at 5:30 p. m. Monday through Thursday from a special studio in Convention Hall, the American Medical Association's "Bulletin of the Air" will be seen in the Philadelphia—Atlantic City area over WFIL-TV, channel 6. On each telecast, meeting participants who made scientific "news" during the day will present capsule reports to the television audience. The programs—featuring Philadelphia newscaster Taylor Grant—will be designed to keep physicians informed of newsworthy events and at the same time show the general public what goes on at an A. M. A. meeting. Film recordings made of the "live" telecasts will be edited into motion picture "Highlights of the 108th Annual Session" for fall distribution to medical meetings throughout the country. Both
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1959;170(3):335. doi:10.1001/jama.1959.03010030079024
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