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, executive producer for the Signal Corps Photographic Center (SCPC), recounted at the war’s conclusion in 1946, “What had started out to be a simple training fi lm program had now become a vast, complex medium of information, education, military planning, advanced training and entertainment.”21 Utilizing claims from military personnel to bolster fi lm’s status from supplemental to essen- tial, “as important to the men as rations,” these trade accounts move beyond patri- otic boosterism to seamlessly meld the interests of the various fi lm industries (encompassing the

In a guest editorial for TV Guide, Kennedy asserted that television could be a vehicle to advocate for the government’s positive role in the lives of the coun- try’s citizenry and to educate the populace about policies, the views and actions of politicians, and national accomplishments. Kennedy understood that television figure 3: Wolper Productions labor network of key individuals and organizations, 1960–64. Designed by Bill Nelson. Producer- in-Chief David Wolper (founder/ executive producer) Brain Trust (core members of Wolper Productions): Jack Haley

funds to make socially conscious fi lms on under-recognized groups. She worried that a “17th cen- tury approach to so much television drama” was becoming a norm.31 Littman left Numbering Our Days in Los Angeles, USA 187 KCET to work as an executive producer for ABC before crossing over into theatri- cally released realist fi ction. AMERICA’S ASIAN PACIFIC PEOPLES By the mid-1970s, Ethno-Communications ceased to exist as a formal program at UCLA, and one of its chief architects, Elyseo Taylor, had to leave when he was not awarded tenure. Still, the fi lm

that Macedonian websites were publishing false stories about the various presidential candidates in order to gen- erate web traffic and hence Google ad revenue for their creators.33 Trump himself then used the term in December of that year to refute claims that he would remain on as executive producer of Celebrity Apprentice during his presidency. In the first year of his presidency, he went on to use the phrase “fake news” in over 150 differ- ent tweets, although, as Steve Coll points out, the designation unsurprisingly has very little relationship to the

wounded,” and one on “the nervously wounded (or psychoneurotic)”—despite the fact that, as Cohen made clear, all three subjects had already been abundantly covered by the Signal Corps alone, a reality that seemed to elude the strategically amnesiac War Department in its zealous planning for The Returning Soldier.52 As an executive producer of documentaries for the Signal Corps, Cohen understood just how frequently and just how thoroughly (within certain institutional constraints) his own division had tackled the subject of the returning soldier—both the “normal