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by Frank Sturcken

eBook Live Television: The Golden Age of 1946-1958 in New York download ISBN: 0786412135
Author: Frank Sturcken
Publisher: McFarland Publishing (December 5, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 206
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McFarland & C. 1990 - 178 pages. The Age of Television Begins. 13. Entering the Fifties. From inside the book.

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Canada's Golden Age of Television timeline is very similar to the US's (in fact, most Canadians were within the broadcast range of at. .Sturcken, Frank (1990). Live Television: The Golden Age of 1946–1958 in New York. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc. ISBN 0-89950-523-6.

Canada's Golden Age of Television timeline is very similar to the US's (in fact, most Canadians were within the broadcast range of at least one American television station by the 1950s), but there is an overall five-year delay because of the country's sparser population. CBC Television, the country's official national broadcaster, launched in 1952, and CTV Television Network, the oldest commercial network in the country, followed in 1962.

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The first Golden Age of Television is the era of live television production in the United States, roughly from the late 1940s through the late 1950s.

Author: Frank Sturcken. It covers all of the major series including Kraft Television Theater, Philco-Goodyear, Studio One, Hallmark Hall of Fame and Playhouse 90. Download Live Television: The Golden Age of 1946-1958 in New York by Frank Sturcken free. Live Television: The Golden Age of 1946-1958 in New York by Frank Sturcken fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE.

On a single morning during the golden years of live television, 65 million viewers could say, "I saw Mary Martin perform 'Peter Pan' live last night." New York Times critic Jack Gould said, "Surely there must be a trace of fairy dust from coast to coast this morning."

This is a story of the people, the plays and the performers of a fascinating era in which over 5,000 dramas were broadcast to the largest audiences in history. All of the major series are covered-Kraft Television Theater, Philco-Goodyear, Studio One, Robert Montgomery Presents, Hallmark Hall of Fame, the U.S. Steel Hour, Playhouse 90, and many others. Original research is enhanced by early sixties interviews with many of the most successful "live" executives, producers and artists, such as Pat Weaver, Hubbell Robinson, Jr., Albert McCleery, Worthington Miner, Rod Serling, and Edmund Rice. Great photographs on a 16 page glossy insert.