America's Favorite Radio Station: WKRP in Cincinnati

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Popular Press, Jun 15, 1993 - Performing Arts - 206 pages
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Although it became one of the most successful programs in syndicated television history, WKRP in Cincinnati faced an uphill struggle trying to obtain prime-time success. Kassel chronicles the decisions and problems that affected WKRP's primetime success, and explores the reasons why it went on to become a classic.
  

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Has some interesting behind the scenes anecdotes, but it reads like a research paper, and even for such a short book, it feels awfully padded. The fact that the show was treated like the red headed ... Read full review

Contents

The Concept
5
Casting
12
The Pilot
35
The First Season
49
The Second Season
69
The Third Season
85
The Fourth Season
98
Epilogue
113
The Episode Guide
136
The Second Season Episodes
150
The Third Season Episodes
166
The Fourth Season Episodes
181
Notes
196
Appendix B
203
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