Viewer passion goes out of fashion

Schneider, Michael
October 1997
Electronic Media;10/06/97, Vol. 16 Issue 41, p2
Focuses on attempts made to save high-quality low-rated television programs in the United States, while stating that membership of the Viewers for Quality Television has decreased. Identification of such television programs; Reference to fraternity houses' attempts to save Pauly Shore's situation comedy; Comment from Dorothy Swanson, founder and president of Viewers for Quality Television.


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