THE BELL TELEPHONE HOUR was seen on NBC-TV and ran until the spring of 1968. The concert series was one of the first TV shows to be telecast exclusively in color using a system perfected by RCA in 1954. It aired every week on Friday evenings.
Controversial radio personality Howard Stern first worked at the campus radio station while studying Communications at Boston University. He made his professional debut at WNTN radio in 1975. Stern can be heard on Sirius Satellite radio.
The Amazing Kreskin, above, had his name legally changed from George Joseph Kresge. He had a syndicated TV series from 1971 to 1975 (The Amazing World of Kreskin) and appeared on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson 61 times from 1970 to 1980. Kreskin is active today performing live and appears regularly on television in New York City.
Kreskin is seen here, on the right, with Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon on The Tonight Show.