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Turning Points In Television by Larry Brody
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Turning Points In Television

by Larry Brody

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The author wrote for television for many years and has been watching the industry develop for many years. This is not a comprehensive approach and a chronology would be excellent, but his insight into the development of specific shows and participants is very useful. I would especially recommend it to someone like me who first watched TV on a b and white, but very clear small picture on the family tv December 1950 and then was briefly a housewife to see the "golden age of television" when Sarah Chruchhill appeared live in the afternoon in 1956. I strongly ( )
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