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City and university officials later cited KQED's extensive coverage of the crisis, and particularly coverage of the crucial council meeting, as a critical factor in the dispute's peaceful outcome. Newsroom survived for nine years, winning Dupont-Columbia and Peabody Awards, and giving local commercial news a run for their audience numbers. " Three successive KQED managements struggled to keep Newsroom alive, but after the Ford grant ran out, the show's rising costs outran the station's ability ― 59 ― to support it without sacrificing every other local program.
Before the invention of videotape released us from the perilous high-wire act of live programming, back-to-back programming was a daily occurrence. KQED's three cameras were whipped from one part of the studio to another in the brief interval between shows (we were careful, of course, to avoid the pillar in the middle of the studio). We stretched and strained our limited resources to fill a slim weekly schedule. Because it was cheaper to produce our own simple shows than to buy programs off the shelf, our schedule was largely a pastiche of locally produced shows.
76 ― By 1962, the country was finally beginning to take notice of the upstart medium.
The Vanishing Vision: The Inside Story of Popular Television by James Day