The collection is very diversified. You can find interviews by:
- Professions - Everybody that has anything to do with making a television show, including actors, directors, writers, producers, stuntmen, composers, historians, talk show hosts, puppeteers, editos, announcers, cameramen, publicists, network founders and more.
- Genres - Individual interviewed come from all genres, including animation, children's programming, daytime serials, game shows, late night talk shows, comedy, drama, TV movies, westerns, sports, reality TV and more.
- Topics - Interviewees have discussed a variety of topics including TV's Golden Age, Pop Culture, Award Shows, Oympics, TV and the Presidency, Censorship, The Hollywood Blacklist, Technological Innovation, Social Change and many more.
One of my favorite pages on the Achive of American Television website is the TV History page found under Resources. It is a fascinating article about television history from its inception until the end of the 20th century. And, like any good website, this one includes a blog. The Emmy TV Legend's Blog will keep you up to date with what has happened to the pioneers of television.