Boxed in: the culture of TV

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Northwestern University Press, 1988 - Performing Arts - 349 pages
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These two books of media criticism could hardly be less alike. Kitman has been writing TV criticism for 17 years, currently for Long Island's (N.Y.) Newsday . As his title suggests, his comments on ... Read full review

Contents

Massa Come Home
31
J Getting Dirty
43
J How TV Covers War
151
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