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DeeDee Halleck (born January 5, 1940) is a media activist, founder of Paper Tiger Television and co-founder of the Deep Dish Satellite Network , the first grass roots community television network. She is Professor Emerita in the Department of Communication at the University of California, San Diego .

Her first film, Children Make Movies (1961), was about a film-making project at Lillian Wald 's Henry Street Settlement in Lower Manhattan . Her film, Mural on Our Street was nominated for an Academy Award in 1965. She has led media workshops with elementary school children, reform school youth, senior citizens and migrant farmers. In 1976 she was co-director of the Child-Made Film Symposium, which was a fifteen-year assessment of media by youth throughout the world.

She has served as a trustee of the American Film Institute , Women Make Movies and the Instructional Telecommunications Foundation . She has authored numerous articles in Film Library Quarterly , Film Culture , High Performance , The Independent , Leonardo , Afterimage and other media journals. Her book, Hand Held Visions: the Impossible Possibilities of Community Media is published by Fordham University Press. She co-edited Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest with M.E. Sharpe, and has written essays for a number of collections on independent media.

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DeeDee Halleck (born January 5, 1940) is a media activist, founder of Paper Tiger Television and co-founder of the Deep Dish Satellite Network , the first grass roots community television network. She is Professor Emerita in the Department of Communication at the University of California, San Diego .

Her first film, Children Make Movies (1961), was about a film-making project at Lillian Wald 's Henry Street Settlement in Lower Manhattan . Her film, Mural on Our Street was nominated for an Academy Award in 1965. She has led media workshops with elementary school children, reform school youth, senior citizens and migrant farmers. In 1976 she was co-director of the Child-Made Film Symposium, which was a fifteen-year assessment of media by youth throughout the world.

She has served as a trustee of the American Film Institute , Women Make Movies and the Instructional Telecommunications Foundation . She has authored numerous articles in Film Library Quarterly , Film Culture , High Performance , The Independent , Leonardo , Afterimage and other media journals. Her book, Hand Held Visions: the Impossible Possibilities of Community Media is published by Fordham University Press. She co-edited Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest with M.E. Sharpe, and has written essays for a number of collections on independent media.

The Keeler intelligent puff system giving you a quantum leap forwards in accuracy and ease of use. intelliPuff ® embodies electronic and optical technology to deliver you the speed, accuracy and ease of use you and your patients deserve.

DeeDee Halleck (born January 5, 1940) is a media activist, founder of Paper Tiger Television and co-founder of the Deep Dish Satellite Network , the first grass roots community television network. She is Professor Emerita in the Department of Communication at the University of California, San Diego .

Her first film, Children Make Movies (1961), was about a film-making project at Lillian Wald 's Henry Street Settlement in Lower Manhattan . Her film, Mural on Our Street was nominated for an Academy Award in 1965. She has led media workshops with elementary school children, reform school youth, senior citizens and migrant farmers. In 1976 she was co-director of the Child-Made Film Symposium, which was a fifteen-year assessment of media by youth throughout the world.

She has served as a trustee of the American Film Institute , Women Make Movies and the Instructional Telecommunications Foundation . She has authored numerous articles in Film Library Quarterly , Film Culture , High Performance , The Independent , Leonardo , Afterimage and other media journals. Her book, Hand Held Visions: the Impossible Possibilities of Community Media is published by Fordham University Press. She co-edited Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest with M.E. Sharpe, and has written essays for a number of collections on independent media.

 
 
 
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