Re: NASA Select

Ben H. Millard (bmillard@interaccess.com)
Mon, 21 Nov 1994 22:21:52 -0500


NASA Select is "live" in the sense that when something is happening, they
carry it. (During flights, almost continuously)

This means a daily press briefing/news show which is what "opens" their
broadcast day.

Surrounding shuttle activities, they show the press conferences
(occaisionally VERY cool), as well as any other NASA press activities.

THe rest of the time, its stuff out of the NASA library.

By calling the NASA BBS in Hunstville, you can get the Select schedule.
(I'll dig that number up somewhere...) THere's also a number to call for
audio recordings, one of which is a live-read of that very same schedule.

Ben H. Millard bmillard@interaccess.com |When 24 frames use
Chief Projectionist |SIX FEET of 70mm, you need
Museum of Science & Industry, Chicago |a rather large clips bin!
| Any opinions expressed are my own. |