September 1955
New Republic;9/12/55, Vol. 133 Issue 11, p22
The article provides information on the field of television network in the United States. With television Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) has certainly continued extremely prosperous and has held its full share of popular programs. Television is becoming a club for blue chip corporations, blue chip budgets and blue chip stars. Television is inflationary as perhaps no other single force operating today within the economy. It can be argued that fight for top kudos between CBS and National Broadcasting Company is healthier socially than no fight at all.


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