Children's Television Workshop


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see Cooney, Joan GanzCooney, Joan Ganz,
1929–, American television producer, b. Phoenix, Ariz. After graduating (1951) from the Univ. of Arizona, Cooney worked as a newspaper reporter and television publicist for ten years before becoming a producer at WNET, a public television station in New
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