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The Magic Window, American Television ,1939-1953 - Jim Von Schilling Von Schilling, Jim
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[EAN: 9780789015068], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], (260 pages) This item is printed on demand. Please allow up to 10 days extra for printing & delivery. This fascinating book tells the story of how television became popular in the United States following the medium s debut at the 1939 New York World s Fair. You ll learn about the people, events, and performances that were televisedor influenced what was being televisedfrom 1939 to 1953. In addition to the entertainment and cultural aspects of this newborn medium, The Magic Window also explores the business, politics, and technology of early television. Preface Chapter 1. The Beginning of Everything Television s Debut The Jenkins Television System RCA Television Television s First Season Test-Marketing in Newburgh The FCC s First Report on TV The Amber Light Hearings in Washington Chapter 2. A Torch of Hope The Future Appears in Newburgh The War in Europe The 1940 Republican Convention A Disappointing Fall Debating TV s Future in 1941 Chapter 3. In a Troubled World The 1941 FCC Hearings The Beginning of Commercial TV The Summer of 1941 The Buildup to War Wartime Television Schenectady s WRGB Plans for Postwar TV Television As a War Weapon The Studios Reopen TV s First Censored Program Chapter 4. The Winds of Postwar The Homefront TV War The 1944 Conventions TV Programs Blossom Again Docket No. 6651 TV and the End of the War Chapter 5. Turning the Corner The Camera with the Eyes of a Cat TV Begins in Washington The Louis-Conn Fight Hour Glass The New Postwar Sets The Bikini Bomb Explosion Surveying the TV Viewer The Emerging Genres Drama in Washington The First Color Telecasts Integration on TV The Second Wave of TV Stations The Split TV Audience Television and Women Middlebrow Television Chapter 6. From Boom to Berle The 1947 World Series Puppet Playhouse The Expanding Network The Original Amateur Network Miss Television of 1948 Mr. Television The 1948 Conventions The Cold War on Television CBS s Revival The Big Freeze The 1948 Election Selling Sugar and Tobacco Radio Takes Notice Chapter 7. Conflicts in the Air Kukla, Fran and Ollie The Cultural Backlash Begins Censoring TV s Contents The Golden Hope and The Goldbergs The Admiral Broadway Revue The Berle Phenomenon A Midseason Slump Wrestling and Roller Derby The 1949 World Series The Chicago School of Television Cavalcade of Stars Hopalong Cassidy The New Bomb and the Red Scare Faye Emerson TV s Effects on Children Chapter 8. Comics and Communists Your Show of Shows The Bandit Raid on Korea Red Channels The Invasion of Comics Jack Benny and Fred Allen Groucho Marx and Martin and Lewis Jackie Gleason and the Cavalcade of Stars Truman and MacArthur Expanding the Daily Schedule Chapter 9. Linking Coast to Coast Color TV Begins The Crime Commission Hearings Amos n Andy Hollywood and the Coast-to-Coast Link The Birth of I Love Lucy The Hollywood Boom Begins The Today Show New Hampshire and Ike The Freeze Is Lifted Lucy Takes Over The 1952 Conventions Congress and the Code The FCC and Blacklisting Dragnet Live Drama from New York Chapter 10. Liking Ike and Loving Lucy The Checkers Speech Lucy is Pregnant Ozzie and Harriet See It Now The Birth and the Inauguration The ABC-Paramount Merger The End of the Du Mont Network The End of the Beginning Notes Index Reference Notes Included (Paperback)

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[EAN: 9780789015068], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], (260 pages) This fascinating book tells the story of how television became popular in the United States following the medium s debut at the 1939 New York World s Fair. You ll learn about the people, events, and performances that were televisedor influenced what was being televisedfrom 1939 to 1953. In addition to the entertainment and cultural aspects of this newborn medium, The Magic Window also explores the business, politics, and technology of early television. Preface Chapter 1. The Beginning of Everything Television s Debut The Jenkins Television System RCA Television Television s First Season Test-Marketing in Newburgh The FCC s First Report on TV The Amber Light Hearings in Washington Chapter 2. A Torch of Hope The Future Appears in Newburgh The War in Europe The 1940 Republican Convention A Disappointing Fall Debating TV s Future in 1941 Chapter 3. In a Troubled World The 1941 FCC Hearings The Beginning of Commercial TV The Summer of 1941 The Buildup to War Wartime Television Schenectady s WRGB Plans for Postwar TV Television As a War Weapon The Studios Reopen TV s First Censored Program Chapter 4. The Winds of Postwar The Homefront TV War The 1944 Conventions TV Programs Blossom Again Docket No. 6651 TV and the End of the War Chapter 5. Turning the Corner The Camera with the Eyes of a Cat TV Begins in Washington The Louis-Conn Fight Hour Glass The New Postwar Sets The Bikini Bomb Explosion Surveying the TV Viewer The Emerging Genres Drama in Washington The First Color Telecasts Integration on TV The Second Wave of TV Stations The Split TV Audience Television and Women Middlebrow Television Chapter 6. From Boom to Berle The 1947 World Series Puppet Playhouse The Expanding Network The Original Amateur Network Miss Television of 1948 Mr. Television The 1948 Conventions The Cold War on Television CBS s Revival The Big Freeze The 1948 Election Selling Sugar and Tobacco Radio Takes Notice Chapter 7. Conflicts in the Air Kukla, Fran and Ollie The Cultural Backlash Begins Censoring TV s Contents The Golden Hope and The Goldbergs The Admiral Broadway Revue The Berle Phenomenon A Midseason Slump Wrestling and Roller Derby The 1949 World Series The Chicago School of Television Cavalcade of Stars Hopalong Cassidy The New Bomb and the Red Scare Faye Emerson TV s Effects on Children Chapter 8. Comics and Communists Your Show of Shows The Bandit Raid on Korea Red Channels The Invasion of Comics Jack Benny and Fred Allen Groucho Marx and Martin and Lewis Jackie Gleason and the Cavalcade of Stars Truman and MacArthur Expanding the Daily Schedule Chapter 9. Linking Coast to Coast Color TV Begins The Crime Commission Hearings Amos n Andy Hollywood and the Coast-to-Coast Link The Birth of I Love Lucy The Hollywood Boom Begins The Today Show New Hampshire and Ike The Freeze Is Lifted Lucy Takes Over The 1952 Conventions Congress and the Code The FCC and Blacklisting Dragnet Live Drama from New York Chapter 10. Liking Ike and Loving Lucy The Checkers Speech Lucy is Pregnant Ozzie and Harriet See It Now The Birth and the Inauguration The ABC-Paramount Merger The End of the Du Mont Network The End of the Beginning Notes Index Reference Notes Included (Paperback)

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The Magic Window: American Television,1939-1953
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Von Schilling, James A.

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The Magic Window: American Television,1939-1953

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0789015064

This fascinating book tells the story of how television became popular in the United States following the medium's debut at the 1939 New York World's Fair. You'll learn about the people, events, and performances that were televised--or influenced what was being televised--from 1939 to 1953. In addition to the entertainment and cultural aspects of this newborn medium, The Magic Window also explores the business, politics, and technology of early television.

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