April 1961
New Yorker;4/29/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p125
The article presents information on the competition among television stations for the attention of television audiences in the U.S. Television programs "Perry Mason," "Roaring Twenties" and "Bonanza" are suggested to be watched simultaneously. Sound of each program should be shifted alternatively. Members of the family should have their own ear phones in viewing together programs and to hear separately.


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