The University Record, September 28, 1992

Moscow TV director to speak

Mikhail Nikolaevich Selikhov, who currently is directing a series for Russian television involving mock re-trials of actual court cases, will speak on “Soviet Television in the Gorbachev Era” at 4 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 1) in Lane Hall Commons Room.

The lecture will be in Russian, with English translation provided.

Selikhov has held various positions with the State Committee on Television and Radio of the USSR since 1976, and has directed many pathbreaking segments for Vzgliad (Viewpoint), a program of news and current affairs.

His lecture is co-sponsored by the Center for Russian and East European Studies (CREES), the Center for International Business Education, and the University Council on International Academic Affairs, and is part of CREES’ 1992–93 Lecture Series on Post-Communist Media in Transition.