Les Brown's Encyclopedia of Television
Some 3,000 entries (900 new) describe programs and personalities from the birth of the industry until today. In addition, coverage encompasses technological matters, legal issues and cases, mergers and acquisitions, terms and concepts, and events in the industry's history. The scope is international. Includes some small photos, but the temptation to litter the text with portraits and stills has been resisted.
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