Archive of American Television’s Class of 2010

The Archive of American Television oral history project is a fantastic initiative sponsored by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation.

With thousands of hours of vid interviews in their collection, the Archive is a treasure for the biz. Just try writing an obit of a major TV figure without tapping into their vid library, much of which is available free online.

Here’s a list of the folks that the Archive has identified as its “Class of 2010” inductees who will be interviewed soon.

Janet Ashikaga, Editor

Gwen Ifill, Journalist

Chuck Barris, Producer/Host

Larry King, Host

Peter Bonerz, Actor/Director

Susan Lacy, Producer

Pat Boone, Host/Performer

David Lee, Producer/Director/Show Creator

Chris Carter, Writer/Show

Nancy Malone, Producer/Director/Exec

Dan Castellaneta, Voice Actor

Katie Couric, News

Loring Mandel, Writer

Richard Chamberlain, Actor

Peter Marshall, Host

Bill Conti, Composer/Conductor

Alan & Susan Raymond, Documentarians

Michael Fuchs, Executive

Richard Schiff, Actor

Linda Ellerbee, Journalist

Sidney Sheinberg, Executive

Garvin Eddy, Production

Patrick Stewart, Actor

Stephanie Edwards, Journalist

Bob Vila, Host

Bob Eubanks, Host

Demond Wilson, Actor

Jeffrey Hayden, Director

Matthew Weiner, Writer/Show

Winnie Holzman, Writer/Show Creator

Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Host

James Hong, Actor

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