Stepping out onto the curb just beyond the University of Southern California campus, John tightly clasped his diplomas in one hand and the classified section of the newspaper and trades in the other. He contemplated the question of how to get his filmmaking career off the ground. As irony would have it, he returned to USC, not as a student, but as an employee working for the television broadcast facility in the School of Engineering. It was a temporary position editing a video series of lectures on artificial intelligence.
Throughout the course of editing the lectures on artificial intelligence, which included over a hundred hours of classroom footage, John became familiar with the operation of the station and began proposing ideas for a new video magazine series which he called USClose-Ups. He produced over two dozen USClose-Ups. These programs were used as filler between the station's satellite broadcasts to off-campus engineering students. It wasn't too long before Alex Ro
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