Since the late 1960's, public television station WGBH in Boston has been one of the foremost supporters of art for television. Commissioning original works for broadcast, WGBH has produced and aired tapes by artists from the fields of video, dance, music, performance and the visual arts. In 1969, WGBH produced The Medium is the Medium, a seminal exploration of television by artists, and, in 1973, Video: The New Wave, one of the first overviews of video art. In 1974 the New Television Workshop was founded to serve as an experimental studio for video artists-in-residence. Artists such as Peter Campus and Nam June Paik produced major works in conjunction with the New Television Workshop. In 1983, continuing its commitment to artists' television, WGBH co-founded the Contemporary Art Television (CAT) Fund in conjunction with the Institute fo Contemporary Art in Boston.