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and writer on such projects as: Presidential Countdown (CBS News), Tobacco Troubles (NET), Survival In The City (60 Minutes), The Tenement (CBS Reports), More Than a Hospital (WNBC TV), United Nations World (WOR TV), The Jesus Freaks (CBS News). Ms. Amgott created and produced The Big News (WABC TV), the first extended local news program in New York City, from 1961-1963. Earlier, she was a CBS News staff researcher, associate producer and writer of radio and TV shows with Edward R Murrow, Charles Collingwood, Harry Reasoner and Walter Cronkite, including coverage of presidential elections. (1956-1961).

During these years, Ms. Amgott received three Emmys, four Ohio State awards, two Peabody’s and a Matrix award. Her programs have been honored by the Greater Miami Film Festival, the Sidney Hillman Foundation, the National Council of Churches, the National Education Association and the Daughters of the American Revolution, among other groups. HANS HOFMANN: Artist/Teacher, Teacher/Artist (continued)

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