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A NEW CHANNEL In 1952, the Federal Communications Commission lifted a freeze on the number of television channels on the broadcast spectrum. Many of the new channels would be reserved for educational purposes, and Inland Steel Chairman Edward Ryerson made it his mission to make sure that Chicago secured a place on the dial. The Chicago Educational Television Association was formed by Ryerson and other civic leaders to lobby for, create, and fund a new public television station, and WTTW — Window To The World — was born. Under the leadership of Dr. By its first anniversary, WTTW had doubled its program output, telecasting 43 hours a week, and had scored several television firsts for Chicago and the nation: the first remote from Orchestra Hall, the first language course, and the first series on income tax preparation, which culminated in a two-hour SPEC-TAX-ULAR special. Chicago-area students were able to enroll at one of the participating junior colleges and attend classes at home in front of their television sets. Within five years, approximately 15,000 students had enrolled for credit. In 1961, following its success with TV College, WTTW became involved with the Midwest Program on Airborne Television Instruction MPATI. Transmitting from a four-engine DC-6 airplane circling a six-state Midwest region, MPATI tele-lessons were broadcast daily to participating high schools and colleges with a potential enrollment of approximately 7 million students. WTTW was selected as one of a small number of national production centers to produce two of the tele-courses, World History and American History. In the early days, WTTW aired programs such as Story Time with Miss Bunny, The Storyteller with Val Bettin, and Totem Club. Co-founded by Don Clayton and Rachel Stevenson, Totem Club originally starred Joe Kelly of Quiz Kids fame and, for most of its eight-year run, National Barndance featured celebrity Arkie the Arkansas Woodchopper. Short on budget but long on ideas, the series was broadcast live five days a week, offering children a specific viewing experience each day. Posin of DePaul University explained astronomy and physics to viewers of all ages in ways that were unique, entertaining, and always informative. This respected scientist-academician would be honored time and again for his style of presentation and unusual use of the medium as developed in his Universe Around Us, Dr. On the heels of its first successful membership drive, WTTW celebrated its second decade of operation on August 15, 1965 by taking up residence in its current home at 5400 North Saint Louis Avenue on the northwest side of the city. Designed by architects Perkins and Will, the new facility was built on five acres of land providing 52,000 square feet of work space. Three studios were designed into the facility — large enough to hold an entire symphony orchestra and high enough to permit dramatic productions to fly in scenery and accommodate elaborate lighting plans. During this second decade, WTTW programming moved to another level of distinction. One year later, in 1969, the legendary Burr Tillstrom and his Kuklapolitan Players, urged out of television retirement by WTTW Board Chairman Newton N. It was also during this period that WTTW initiated its Auction as an entertaining and effective method of fundraising. BUILDING AUDIENCE The next important era in WTTW history began in 1971 when Newton Minow recruited Washington, D. McCarter to assume leadership of WTTW. McCarter promptly expanded the broadcast schedule to seven days a week, introducing a wide range of general interest programming. Under McCarter, WTTW produced a large number of nationally broadcast series and specials, and having expanded to 120 logged hours of programming per week, the station continued its tradition of excellence with such memorable series as the local music series Soundstage, Consumer Game, Made in Chicago, and Prime Time Chicago. Nielsen as the most-watched public station in the country a status WTTW still enjoys today , WTTW began its third decade with an eclectic program lineup balanced between national and local programming, with a dash of international production mixed in. Opening Soon at a Theater Near You later retitled Sneak Previews , starring film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, became the first movie review series on television. In turn, Image Union provided a much-needed showcase for independent film and video producers. Technically, WTTW became the first local television station in the country to utilize high-definition technology. To this day, the Golden Apple Awards for Excellence in Teaching continues its long tradition of shining a spotlight on outstanding Chicago-area educators. Another Peabody Award winner, The New Explorers, a co-production with Kurtis Productions, Ltd. For contemporary music lovers, in 1993, the critically acclaimed series Center Stage — a Chicago Production Center and VH-1 Network co-production, made its national debut. Performers such as k. As in decades past, WTTW specials continued to bring unique experiences and messages to our viewers. The Real McTeague was aired nationally via Great Performances on PBS, and was selected from among 500 entries in 30 countries to be screened at the Festival dei Popoli in Florence, Italy. In 1994, Remembering Chicago, a magical reminiscence of our city in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s was watched by Chicagoans of every age. In 1995, WTTW president William J. McCarter received the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Silver Circle Award in recognition of his more than 25 years of service to the television industry and his significant contributions to Chicago broadcasting. In 1998, Daniel Schmidt took over as President and CEO of Window To The World Communications, Inc. In 2002, WTTW re-launched the Soundstage series, shot entirely in high-definition and distributed throughout the PBS system. WTTW has gone beyond television to become a truly multi-platform media enterprise. In April 2002, WTTW began transmitting a digital signal of both the analog broadcast and at that time, the PBS feed of high-definition programming. In September 2003, WTTW opened the Digital Broadcast Operations Center, becoming a fully-digital broadcasting operation — for both the standard definition broadcast and high-definition broadcast. On January 1, 2004, the WTTW Digital channel was launched — the first customized, localized, and separate stream of digital programming. In August 2005, WTTW partnered with Comcast to offer its first menu of Video on Demand programming, and in December of the same year, WTTW launched a major redesign of wttw. And later in 2006, WTTW V-me was launched as the very first Spanish-language public broadcasting television service in Chicago. WHERE WE ARE NOW As a multiplatform public media organization, WTTW is committed to and excited about the emergence of new technologies and digital broadcasting, and we are preparing our organization for the future with an increased emphasis on alternate platforms as a way of distributing content and — in particular — localized content. In keeping with that local focus, WTTW is also dedicated to finding ways to extend our relationship to the community. Whether through outreach events, neighborhood screenings and station meet and greets, building tangible connections to the community is a mission-critical endeavor. Its website, along with that of its sister station WFMT, attracts more than a half a million visits per month, where visitors have access to a wide variety of streaming video and audio, engaging blogs and other interactive web-exclusive features, mobile-optimized content, up-to-the-minute schedule information, and robust websites dedicated to their favorite series and specials. In April 2014, Window to the World Communications, Inc. In January 2015, WTTW announced, for the first time in its history, the naming of an on-air host position. As the station celebrates its 60 th anniversary, WTTW remains your Window To The World.