- Television Drama: Form and Content. Goggin, Richard J. // Western Speech;May1951, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p51
Discusses the evolution of the TV drama as a form of expression in the U.S. Factors influencing live TV drama; Advantages of TV over stage-play as a medium of expression; Key reason that brought about verbiage in TV drama; Educational approach to teaching TV production.
- THE SOPRANOS. // Entertainment Weekly;4/14/2006, Issue 872, p80
This article reviews the television program "The Sopranos."
- 'PLAYMAKERS' FUMBLES BALL. // Multichannel News;8/25/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 34, p16
Reviews the scripted drama series "Playmakers." Details on the first 2 episodes of the show.
- Oh, brother. Carlyon, Patrick // Bulletin with Newsweek;5/24/2005, Vol. 123 Issue 6471, p71
The article informs that television program "Frasier," that long-running and witty comedy, is no more. nternet research suggests that two seasons of "Frasier," have yet to air in Australia. Given the series ended in the United States last year, the lag invites scrutiny of the scrambled thinking...
- China 'Pink Ladies' Jones, Arthur // Variety;3/29/2004, Vol. 394 Issue 7, pA18
Deals with the Chinese television program "Pink Ladies" which was adapted from the graphic novel "Hot Ladies," by Taiwanese cartoonist Ron Chu. Similarity of the Chinese program to "Sex and the City" in the U.S.; Information on the characters of the show; Focus of the story.
- Great Women of Television Comedy. Richmond, Ray // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;4/15/2003, Vol. 378 Issue 12, p87
Megan Mullally hosts this energetic tribute that casts an affectionate eye on estrogen's contribution to TV comedy. Radio, it's a clip-rich, interview-rich salute that doesn't try too hard to hit us over the head with the significance of what TV's funniest ladies brought to the table.Trotted out...
- GONE WITH THE WINDS. CARSON, TOM // Los Angeles Magazine;Sep2015, p92
The article discusses about television programs of the 1980's and how they have changed now and today the shows one identifes with mainly reflect how privileged or not one is.
- "TV: The Global Wasteland.". // Columbia Journalism Review;Sep/Oct1977, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p96
This article discusses then article "TV: The Global Wasteland," an Atlas Report which was published in the July 1977 issue of the "Atlas World Press Review." In France, family dependence on television (TV) had reached such proportions that one has the impression that a broken TV is more serious...
- Drama has lost its way, says Neal. // Televisual;Apr2009, p4
The article reports on the significant decline of television drama in Great Britain. According to executive producer Gub Neal, drama has become safer while other genres greatly shaped ahead. It notes the financial pressure which has eventually turned smaller and tighter. It is believed that...