Norman R. Glenn Papers
Norman R. Glenn (born in 1909 as Norman R. Goldman) was the founding editor and publisher of Sponsor and Marketing and Media Decisions. Glenn createdSponsor in 1946 as a publication geared towards the broadcasting advertiser. The magazine wrote well known and influential commentary, including a series of editorials on McCarthyism and blacklisting entitled "Red Channels" which earned the magazine a George Polk Memorial Award for distinguished journalism. Glenn created another trade magazine Marketing and Media Decisions which provided guidance to advertisers during the television era. The Norman R. Glenn Collection spans the years 1933 to1998. The collection contains two scrapbooks, correspondence, and publications.
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