Post-production script of the NET production ‘Report from Cuba’
National Educational Television 1954-1970
This program has its Unit I broadcast October 9, 1967
Credit information from NET/WBC
Visible effects of Mexico’s “unfinished revolution” to be subject of eighth documentary in Intertel series
In the past 20 years Mexico has taken a great step forward in dispelling the old economic and political patterns that frustrated her natural growth
This programme looks at two extreme points of view concerning old age: that of Sweden and that of Italy
This programme, filmed in London and Bradford, takes a look at Britain’s Asian and West Indian immigrants and their reasons for coming here.
The New York Herald, The New York Times, the Daily News and Variety report on “Postscript to Empire”
How does Britain look to Americans today? Are we a declining nation? Are we trading tradition for modern conveniences? Will Britain survive in an increasingly competitive world?
Intertel produces on a bi-monthly basis hour-long documentaries on important world topics, inaugurating a global television production agency dedicated to the creation of programs of substance and meaning.
INTERTEL is an act of faith by its four founder members. They believe that the world’s problems can be solved more quickly by positive acts of improved communications.
In a Cold-War world, rocked each month by some new eruption of extreme nationalism, any form of international cooperation is a welcome relief.