Sue Ammon was the secretary to John Quicke in Engineering from 1963 to 1967. Lizzie Kirkham (nee Sorley), Frank Moss, Sue Scrutton (nee Ammon) and Joy Campbell (nee Heweston) (Photo courtesy of Joy Campbell) Jim Cruthers was terrifyingly intelligent and a stickler for “no rubbing out” on those foolscap six strike (duplicates) pages, which I […]
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Early version of the Master Log courtesy of Peter Croft In the late 1960’s, TVW embraced early data processing techniques, where the program and advertising information was entered onto IBM punch cards, and then manually sorted into a deck of cards representing every on-air event taking place in a given day.
…Many of you would remember that we had a “Gold Sheet” that was typed up at the last minute with all of the late copy or changes to the Program log.
Lyndell Jobson (nee Carter) worked for Bill McKenzie and Graham Plummer in the Program Department from 1970 to 1974. Lyndell kindly provided this story… Boy where do you start with this wonderful experience of working with TVW7. I started with Channel 7 in 1970 and worked in the Program Department for Bill McKenzie and Graham […]
My days at 7 were some of the happiest. 2009: Jeannette Smith (nee Ashley) Company Secretary – Kingsrose Mining Limited Having only recently arrived from Africa the year before joining TVW, it was all rather exciting as a 21 year old to be given an opportunity to work at a television station! Ernie Taylor interviewed […]
Joy Campbell (nee Heweston) worked firstly as a Secretary for George Howell in the music department for the Perth Talent Service and from there to Frank Moss, Brian Treasure and Jim Cruthers, working for TVW from 1963 to 1967. In the early days of TVW under Frank Moss, all the secretaries had to be trained […]
When we were given our new ‘golf ball’ typewriters we were ecstatic, although we still needed to type six copies at a time (with carbon paper between the pages when doing reports) and not being able to make mistakes certainly honed our skills to be accurate with our typing. … We were often called on to do other jobs as well and had many fun times helping out the producers on outside broadcasts, hosting at the special events (like the Sandover Medal) held in the studios, the Sales Christmas party in the Studio Grounds every year, Miss West Coast, ushering at big events and answering the phones and working at Telethon, etc.
MEMORIES OF DAYS AT CHANNEL 7 Jill Korbosky 1959 – as a child. I attended Children’s Channel 7 starring Rolf Harris; his wobble board and his magical sketches which appeared suddenly from a multiple of squiggles and Oliver the Octopus. 1968 – 9 years later. I was hooked from the moment I stepped inside the […]
Marion Leyer (nee Greiling) who rose from Production Assistant in 1960 to Producer/Director in 1963, Miss Universe Pageant Co-ordinator in 1979, when she was appointed Production Manager, continuing in that position until resigning from Channel 7 in 1985.
…Hilary Everard Secretray to David Farr Station Manager, 6IX, Acting Secretary to Brian Treasure and Assistant Secretary to Jim Cruthers, working for TVW and 6IX Administration TVW Channel 7 and Radio 6IX from 1970 to 1973.
Jo-Ann Ledger has kindly provided a wide range of photos showing TVW staff in a social environment. In a way they reflect the end of Seven’s golden era, after the company had diversified into many activities from broadcasting to co-productions, movie making, Radio stations, Lion Parks, Cinemas and even butcher shops… to be then taken […]