February 1958
America;2/1/1958, Vol. 98 Issue 17, p523
The author focuses on the television (TV) critics. The author cites the reaction of TV program executives to the way their creations are received by the critics. According to the author, critics are alleged to be determined to make their appraisals of television shows destructive. The author states that the TV critic is not as easily satisfied as a viewer who watches a program only for diversion.


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