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A report about a seven year project between Columbia College, Chicago and La Asociacion Interamericana de Radio Difusion, Telesistema Mexicana, S.A., Radio Programs de Mexico, y La Asociacion Nacional de Locutores to develop a 'practical curricula in arts and techniques of mass-communication" in Mexico City. Columbia College faculty provided training to Latin American television executives and helped to develop a two-year curriculum, housed originally at Abraham Gonzalez 49, Mexico City 1, D.F., Mexico. In 1957, Columbia College turned the operation of the school over to Professor Ramon Caceres, formerly Minister of Education of San Salvador, who became director of Columbia College Pan-Americano, S.A.

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Columbia College Chicago




education, program, mass-communication, radio, television, Mexico City, Mexico, Chicago, South America, Guillermo Gonzalez Camarena, Roberto Kenny, Ramon Caceres, Miguel Pereyra, Don Emilio Azcarraga


Arts and Humanities | Education | Radio | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Television


Columbia College Pan-Americano, S.A., is a report about establishing a training center and academic program in Mexico City, Mexico through a collaboration between Columbia College, Chicago and Latin American professional communication organizations that led to Columbia College Pan-Americano, S.A. to become a degree-granting institution in Mexico.

Columbia College Pan-Americano, S.A., 1957



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