Minow, Newton N(orman)

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MINOW, Newton N(orman)

MINOW, Newton N(orman). American, b. 1926. Genres: Communications/ Media, Politics/Government. Career: Annenberg University Professor of Communications and Policy, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, attorneys, Chicago, Partner 1965-91, Of counsel, 1991-. Director, 1965-75, 1976-, Chairman, 1970-72, Rand Corp., CA; Life Trustee, University of Notre Dame, IN; Life Trustee, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. Chairman, Federal Communications Commission, Washington, DC, 1961-63; General Counsel and Director, Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc., Chicago, 1963-65; Director, Aetna Life Insurance Co. of Illinois and Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. of Illinois, both 1973-90; Trustee, Mayo Foundation, 1973-81; Chairman, Board of Govs., Public Broadcasting Service, 1979-80; Director, Chicago Pacific Corp., 1984-89; Director, Annen- berg Washington Program, 1987-96; Carnegie Corp. of New York, Chairman, 1993-97. Publications: Equal Time: The Private Broadcaster and the Public Interest, 1964; (with others) Voters' Time, 1969; (with J. B. Martin and L. M. Mitchell) Presidential Television, 1973; For Great Debates, 1987; (with C. LeMay) Abandoned in the World: Children, Television and the First Amendment, 1995. Address: 10 S Dearborn St, Suite 4800, Chicago, IL 60603, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]