Records consist primarily of booking files for programs, which include correspondence, schedules, notes, and materials related
to the event or subject of programs. There are also a few administrative files pertaining to funding and an evaluation done
Stanford Channel, the university's educational cable television channel, debuted in 1995 as Channel 51; it ceased operations
in October 2001. When it began in 1995, it was one of the few cable broadcast outlets in the nation owned and operated by
a private university. Its programs included university events, lectures, arts programming and sports.
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