Encyclopedia of Television, Volume 1
Horace Newcomb, Museum of Broadcast Communications
Fitzroy Dearborn, 2004 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2800 pages
"The Encyclopedia of Television includes more than 1,000 original essays from more than 250 contributors and examines specific programs and people, historic moments and trends, major policy disputes and such topics as violence, tabloid television and the quiz show scandal. It also includes histories of major television networks as well as broadcasting systems around the world and is complemented by resource materials, photos and bibliographical information." Browsable. From the Museum of Broadcast Communications.
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A massive undertaking, this second edition is a milestone in the study of television. Following the format and scope of its 1997 predecessor, the work chronicles the development of television through ... Read full review
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