Ward Chamberlin, American public broadcasting executive, Died at 95

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Ward Chamberlin was born on August 4, 1921, and died on February 23, 2017.

He was a president of WETA for fifteen years.

Ward Chamberlin was the executive vice president at WNET in New York and senior vice president for PBS.

Chamberlin retired from public broadcasting during 2003.

Also to his media career, he was one of the founders of AFS Intercultural Programs and is among the veterans featured in Ken Burns’ documentary The War.

Ward Chamberlin passed away at 95 years old.

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