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Robert Fraser (ITV) was born on 1904 in Australia. Discover Robert Fraser (ITV)’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 81 years old?

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Born 1904
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Date of death 1985
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However, Fraser is probably best known for his contribution to the ITV system through his work with the Independent Television Authority. He took the post of Director General at the ITA’s inauguration in 1954, having been encouraged to do so by his friend Norman Collins and the ITA Chairman Kenneth Clark. Fraser continued in the post until 1970, supervising most of the initial construction and development of ITV.


He worked as a writer for the Daily Herald newspaper before unsuccessfully attempting to get elected to Parliament in 1935, standing for the Labour Party in York. During the Second World War, Fraser joined the Ministry of Information where he became Head of Publications, launching a successful series of informative booklets about the war effort, and eventually Director-General of the Central Office of Information. For his war-time service, he was appointed OBE in 1944 and knighted in 1949.


Born in Adelaide, Australia, Fraser graduated BA from the University of Melbourne, where he was resident at Trinity College from 1924 to 1926. Whilst in college, he was elected Secretary of the Trinity College Dialectic Society, and won numerous prizes, including the Wigram Allen Essay Prize (1924), the Leeper Debating Prize (1924 and 1925), and the President’s Medal for Oratory (1925). He left with his parents, Mr and Mrs Reginald Fraser of Mt Lofty, South Australia, for the United Kingdom in 1927 for further study at the London School of Economics.


Sir Robert Fraser (1904–1985) was an Australian who, in the United Kingdom, worked as a journalist, civil servant and as the first Director General of the British Independent Television Authority (ITA).