Sell it on TV

June 1977
New Republic;6/25/77, Vol. 176 Issue 26, p2
Focuses on the role of radio and television broadcasting in political campaigns in the U.S. Information on the first public Washington-to-New York experimental television broadcast by U.S. Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover in the year 1927; Importance of television broadcasting to the political career of U.S. President Jimmy Carter; Status of the energy crisis in the country.


Related Articles

  • ABC Held Hostage. von Hoffman, Nicholas // New Republic;5/10/80, Vol. 182 Issue 19, p15 

    Focuses on media coverage of the Iran hostage crisis. Background information on the U.S. soldiers held hostage in Iran; Overview of steps taken by the administration of U.S. President Jimmy Carter to diffuse the crisis; Assessment of the stand taken by the Iranian government on the issue;...

  • Seriously Funny. Grebb, Michael // Multichannel News;12/20/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 51, p30 

    Discusses the growing popularity of "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart," a television program of cable network Comedy Central. Prominence of the program during the 2004 U.S. presidential election; Distinction of the show from all its competition; Viewership rating of the show.

  • News units hope for close races. Grossman, Andrew // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;2/3/2004, Vol. 382 Issue 21, p3 

    Household ratings for cable news networks' coverage of last week's New Hampshire primary were up 25% from the 2000 primary, so TV executives could be excused for hoping that tonight's set of seven contests will not end up as simply a coronation for U.S. Presidential Candidate John Kerry....

  • RATINGS | March 22-28.  // Broadcasting & Cable;4/12/2004, Vol. 134 Issue 15, p13 

    Provides information on the ratings of several syndicated television programs in the U.S. for the week of March 22 through 28, 2004.

  • Reality programming's no savior for networks. Dunning, Chuck // Electronic Media;04/02/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 14, p9 

    Argues that reliance alone on reality-based programming can be a fatal error on the part of United States television networks. Foundation of the strength of the network business; Impending danger of a writer's strike; Need for quality scripted-series programming.

  • Syndies step into action. Pursell, Chris // Variety;03/13/2000, Vol. 378 Issue 4, p35 

    Discusses United States television networks' continuous showing of television programs in 2001. Successful returning action shows; Estimated foreign money guaranteed for a project; Idea for an action hour.

  • NIELSEN REPORT.  // Daily Variety;8/25/2004, Vol. 284 Issue 37, p6 

    Presents a chart depicting the ratings of various television programs on different networks in the U.S. as of August 2004.

  • NET'S SUMMER HEAT. Adalian, Josef // Daily Variety;08/10/2000, Vol. 268 Issue 48, p1 

    Reports on the top-rating television programs in the United States during the 2000 summer season. Popularity of the reality-based shows `Survivor and `Big Brother' from CBS Inc.; United Paramount Network's strategy of keeping its `WWF Smackdown!' in originals all yearlong; Age demographic that...

  • 'Mole' not enough to boost Alphabet.  // Daily Variety;03/01/2001, Vol. 270 Issue 63, p5 

    Reports that the February 27, 2001 episode of ABC's 'The Mole' television program averaged 13.24 million viewers and a timeslot-winning 5.4/14 in the key demo of adults 18-49, according to Nielsen. Total ratings garnered by major TV networks; Ratings for several TV programs.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics