Bohdan Zachary receives 2019 National Advocacy Award
In March 2019, Milwaukee PBS General Manager Bohdan Zachary was honored by APTS (America's Public Television Stations) with the National Advocacy Award. The ceremony took place in Washington DC at the Library of Congress
The famous Studio 6B makeup room
The team fast at action.. Michael Kriston in the background.
Friends at my going away to California party. (l) Jeff
Cason; (c) Pia Lindstrom; (r) Ron Bernstein
Dr. Frank Field, former chief meteorologist at WNBC during the 1980s.
Bohdan's farewell party
(l) Susan Pollack; (c) Chauncey Howell; (r) Pia Lindstrom. Restaurant on Central Park South (forgotten name)
Farewell Sue Simmons
At my leaving for California party event: (seated) Michael Musto; Bohdan; Sue Simmons; Sue Levine
Legendary newsman Gabe Pressman. Contemplating - something.
WNBC Jerry Nachman
WNBC news director Jerry Nachman. Circa 19802
"Live at Five" New York Magazine cover
In 1981, WNBC's "Live at Five" was featured on the cover of New York Magazine. The banner proclaimed the series 'The Hottest Show on TV'. And the editors were right. "Live at Five" reigned supreme in the ratings.
Jerry Nachman and Jay Miller
There's troubling brewing - look at Nachman's smirk. And director Jay Miller is having a laugh.
Ricki Stofsky WNBC
WNBC producer Ricki Stofsky, circa 1982
The brilliant television executive who created WNBC's "Live at Five" - and launched many careers. Died of pancreatic cancer in 1988 at the age of 44.
Heading to Studio 6B
That's WNBC legend Sue Simmons with the great producer Susan Iger, headed to Studio 6B.
Sue Ellen Levine
Sue Levine with that ever present smile.
WNBC anchor Sue Simmons and Bohdan Zachary
Many years after I'd move to California, I reunited for dinner with WNBC anchor Sue Simmons.
Bohdan Zachary "Live at Five"
This is where my career really began. Working on "Live at Five" at WNBC. This was the news room, Room 724. To the right of the frame is six o'clock news producer Sue Levine.
Sue Ellen Levine, WNBC producer
How I will always remember Sue - focused on her work, accomplished, unwavering. The newsroom at WNBC in New York.