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#14134: LET'S FIND OUT: WCBS RADIO
1963-06-09, WCBS, 30 min.
Dwight Eisenhower, Malcolm X, Lou Adler, Elijah Muhammad, Charles Portis, Ralph Bunche, Adam Clayton Powell, Joseph Dembo, Ross Burnett

LET'S FIND OUT was a weekly WCBS Radio  interview broadcast, featuring a prominent personality in the Metropolitan area. It aired on Sunday afternoon from 12:30m to 1:00pm. 

Hosted by Joe Dembo, WCBS Director of News and Public Affairs. 

On the panel this week,asking questions of guest Malcolm X, are Lou Adler, WCBS Radio Newsman, and Charles Portis of the New York Herold Tribune Newspaper.  

Topics covered include:
Civil Rights legislations, Muslim philosophy, today's objectives by Malcolm X in a white society, The meaning of "Wake Up," "Clean Up," and "Stand Up." philosophy behind the concept of creating a "Separate Geographic State," The difference between the Muslim movement from other black movements, accomplishments of the Muslim movement to date, the wake up of the so called Negro in today's society, separation of the races, hate and violence in white society today. 

Malcolm X gives his views related to Ralph Bunche, Adam Clayton Powell and Ross Barnett. He discusses at length about the teachings of the honorable Elijah Muhammad.  

NOTE: 
News radio pioneer, Joseph Dembo, transformed NYC's WCBS into a successful all-news broadcaster. Dembo was picked by CBS chairman William Paley in 1967 to convert  an also-ran flagship radio station to a fledgling all-news format as Vice President and General Manager. 
Joseph Dembo assembled a team that included anchors Charles Osgood, Lou Adler, Steve Porter, Jim Harriot and Robert Vaughn, street reporters Ed Bradley and Steve Flanders and sportscaster Pat Summerall. He also hired a future president of CBS News, Ed Joyce, to be his news director.
                                                                                       
#15700: WCBS RADIO NEWS WITH LOU ADLER AND JIM DONNELLY
1968-04-01, WCBS, 9 min.
Jacob Javits, Ed Koch, Lou Adler, Jim Donnelly

For many years Lou Adler teamed up with veteran radio newsman Jim Donnelly (formerly of WNEW Radio) to form one of the most successful radio news teams in New York City history. They could be heard on WCBS 880 AM from 6 AM to 10 AM, Monday-Friday. Adler later became news director at WCBS Radio from 1973-1981 when the duo ended their long run. On December 22nd, 2017, Lou Adler passed away at age 88, ironically the same position WCBS has on the New York AM radio dial, 88. 

New York City Councilman Ed Koch is joined by New York State Senator Jacob Javits. Also "man in the street" interviews.                                                                 
#15700A: WCBS RADIO NEWS WITH LOU ADLER
1968-04-01, WCBS, 27 min.
Lyndon Johnson, Robert Kennedy, Lou Adler

President Johnson reflects on his speech last night, talks to a group. He addresses the National Association Of Broadcasters in Chicago. A statement from Robert F. Kennedy, a garbage strike in Hempstead, New York.

Lou Adler reports.             
#15750: COVERAGE OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING FUNERAL
1968-04-09, CBS, 173 min.
Walter Cronkite, John Lindsay, Charles Kuralt, Martin Luther King, Hubert Humphrey, Edwin Newman, Reed Collins, Jim Burns, Jackie Robinson, Sid Davis, Lou Adler, Ralph Abernathy, Rod MacLeish, Coretta Scott King, Floyd Kalber, John Dancy, Sammy Davis Jr., Ronald English, King Family, Harry Belafonte, Harold De Woolf, Stan Scott, Ken Reed, Jim Gordon, Robert Williams

Live coverage and highlights from all three networks and Radio of Dr. Martin Luther King's Funeral.                                      
#10000: GRAMMY AWARDS, 14TH ANNUAL THE
1972-03-13, ABC, 90 min.
Andy Williams, Mahalia Jackson, Bill Cosby, Leontyne Price, Freda Payne, Isaac Hayes, Tammy Wynette, Bill Evans, BB King, Carole King, Lou Adler, Carly Simon

The 14th Annual Grammy Awards from Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Host: Andy Williams            
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