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television/video production executive

John Noel Alexander, American television/video production executive. Recipient Emmy, 1978, George Foster Peabody award, 1976, Freedoms Foundation medallion, 1974, School Bell award, North Carolina Educators Association, 1979. Member Charlotte Convention and Visitors Bureau, since 1988;/ board directors John's Towne Homeowners Association, since 1989. Member International television Association, Charlotte Chamber of Commerce.

Background

Alexander, John Noel was born on August 30, 1941 in Loudon, Tennessee, United States. Son of Noel Otis and Alma (Maples) Alexander.

Education

Student, University Tennessee, 1959-1963.

Career

News reporter, WNOX Radio - Scripps Howard Broadcasting, Knoxville, 1961-1964;news director, WPTR Radio, Albany, New York, 1964-1965;news director, WPLO Radio, Atlanta, 1965-1967;news director, WLEE Radio, Richmond, Virginia, 1967-1970;reporter/special project producer, WMAL-AM-FM television, Washington, 1970-1979;special project producer, Westinghouse Broadcasting Corporation, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1979-1984;executive producer, Dances of the World educational video series, since 1984.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Ghosts! Washington's Most Famous Ghost Stories, 1976. Talent producer radio documentary: Washington Revisited, 1971, Tellico: Lake of Tears, 1979. Producer tv weekly series: Match-ups, 1980-1981.

      Contributing author: 50 Maps of Washington, 1991.

Religion

The Bible is the only authoritative source of God's truth and any view that cannot be directly tied to a scriptural reference is generally considered to be based on human traditions rather than God's leading.

Politics

A believer should support social climates, in which human communities are maintained and strengthened for the sake of all persons and their growth.

Views

Your desires, ambitions, goals, and purpose change as you begin to enjoy a close walk with a living God. During this change, the outward begins to reflect the inward and is something you will neither fear nor regret, but embrace.

Membership

Member Charlotte Convention and Visitors Bureau, since 1988;/ board directors John's Towne Homeowners Association, since 1989. Member International television Association, Charlotte Chamber of Commerce.

Connections

Married Sheila Georgina Hunt, October 12, 1963. Children: Cynthia Robin, Angela Page.

father:
Noel Otis Alexander

mother:
Alma (Maples) Alexander

spouse:
Sheila Georgina Hunt

child:
Cynthia Robin Alexander

child:
Angela Page Alexander