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Television Tightrope: How I Escaped Hitler, Survived CBS, and Fathered… (edition 2007)

by Ralph Baruch, Lee Roderick

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Title:Television Tightrope: How I Escaped Hitler, Survived CBS, and Fathered Viacom
Authors:Ralph Baruch
Other authors:Lee Roderick
Info:Probitas Press (2007), Edition: English Language, Hardcover, 385 pages
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Television Tightrope: How I Escaped Hitler, Survived CBS, and Fathered Viacom by Ralph Baruch

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The first full insider’s account of Viacom's meteoric rise to become the largest entertainment conglomerate in the world, this inspiring account of the life of Ralph Baruch can be read by those seeking to overcome their own personal and professional challenges or simply by those interested by a fullfilling human-interest story. As a teenager, Ralph faced the Pyrenees Mountains separating Nazi-controlled France from Spain as his family fled Hitler’s Europe for freedom; in his adult life he faced CBS, government bureaucrats, Hollywood stars and shysters, greedy outsiders coveting Viacom, and the loss of his wife and mother of four young daughters. Intimate and uninhibited, this autobiography also provides a revealing top-to-bottom tour of the television industry with anecdotes of the stars including Bill Cosby, Lucille Ball, Jackie Gleason, Raymond Burr, Ted Turner, and Mary Tyler Moore.

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