Same Time, Same Station: Creating American Television, 1948-1961

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The tale of television's founding years reveals a series of decisions that favored commercial success over cultural aspiration.

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Same Time, Same Station. Creating American Television, — James L. Publication Date: Could it have been something different, focusing instead on culture, theater, and performing arts?

Baughman takes readers behind the scenes of early broadcasting, examining corporate machinations that determined the future of television. Split into two camps—those who thought TV could meet and possibly raise the expectations of wealthier, better-educated post-war consumers and those who believed success meant mimicking the products of movie houses and radio—decision makers fought a battle of ideas that peaked in the s, just as TV became a central facet of daily life for most Americans.

The tale of television's founding years reveals a series of decisions that favored commercial success over cultural aspiration.

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