I Remember Television: A Memoir
The book follows the author's career in radio and television, detailing the workings of NBC in the forties, the Philco-Goodyear Playhouse and a large Madison Avenue ad agency in the fifties, and the fabled Goodson-Todman organization from the sixties to the eighties, with fascinating accounts of early political campaigns on television and the days of the blacklist.
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19411942 Broadway Beginning
19421945 Researching Radio
19451946 Turning to Television
19461948 Doorway to Directing
19481955 Philco Playhouse Pioneering
19501955 Politics Discovering the Tube
19551956 Adventures in Advertising
19561957 Creating Commercials
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