Brought to You in Living Color: 75 Years of Great Moments in Television & Radio from NBC
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BeschreibungCelebrating 75 Years of Great Moments in Television & Radio from NBC ' Broadcasting is a great resource in a nation of so much diversity, giving everyone equal access to information, education, and entertainment. Thats a powerful equation for people in a free society.' -Tom Brokaw
InhaltsverzeichnisForeword. Preface. Introduction. Chapter One: (1926-1938) The Birth of the National Experience. Live From New York... It's a Radio Network! Laughter is the Great Unifier. Network News Begins. Sport is the Biggest Drawing Card. Radio City. A Revolution in Politics. A Nation Swings to the Music. Chapter Two: (1939-1945) NBC is Red, Blue, and...White. Television Goes Public. America Goes to War. Thanks for the Memories. On the Brink Television. Chapter Three: (1946-1949) Ready, Set, Go! Take me Out to the Ball Game. From Stage to Screen. Mr. Television. Say Kids, What Time Is It? Going the Distance: Meet the Press. Celebrating Holiday Traditions. Chapter Four: (1950-1955) Seeing is Believing. The Man with the Vision: Pat Weaver. Comedy Coast to Coast. Your Show of Shows. Say the Secret Word and... Network TV Finds a Home. Spectacular Te levision. Just the Facts, Ma'am. Hopscotching the World: The Birth of TV Journalism. The Today Show-The Garroway Era. Every Picture Tells a Story. Peter Pan. This Could be the Start of Something Big. Chapter Five: (1956-1963) Television Goes West. The Quiz Show Scandals. Westward Ho! Family Life on the Ponderosa. The Greatest Game Ever Played: Football Hits the Big Time. Feel-Good America. Small Viewers, Big Ideas. Goodnight, David...Goodnight, Chet. The Tonight Show-The Jack Paar Era. The First Television President. Chapter Six: (1963-1970) Tuned in, Turned On. The Times They Are A-Changin'. The New Frontier. Beam Me Up, Scotty! Spies Like Us. The Wonderful World of Color. Sock it to Me! The Game Within the Super Game. The Today Show-The Walters and Downs Era. You've Got a Long Way to Go, Baby. Sands Through the Hourglass. And the Beat Goes On... He-e-e-e-e-rrre's Johnny! Chapter Seven: (1971-1979) TV Gets Real. The Fall of Saigon and a President. Reality Comes to the Mean Streets. Sanford and Chico. The Devil Made Him Do It. Live From New York-It's Saturday Night! Isn't That Special! Little House on the Prairie: Folksy Farmers and Family Values. Staying Up Late-The Midnight Special. The Genesis of Reality TV: Real People. Big Events, Big Stars. The Game That Transformed Sports Television. Chapter Eight: (1980-1986) The Second Golden Age. Defenders of Quality. Let's be Careful Out There. Where Everybody Knows Your Name. Family Ties. Cool Cops, a Suave Impostor, and a Private Army on the Run. Baseball's show of Shows. Insomniacs Delight. What a Difference Today Makes. Lawyers in Love. Living in a Different World. Golden Girls-and Boys. Guess Who's Coming to Prime Time: Bill Cosby. Chapter Nine: (1986-1999) A New Era in Broadcasting. The Wright Stuff. Business News, Consumer Tips, and a Rough Start. Dateline NBC. Friends and Family. Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs. Masters of Their Domain. Mad About You. Family Values for a New Generation. That Was the Decade That Was. Bob Hope: A Legend in Laughter. Last Hurrahs. Chapter Ten: (2000-2002) A New Century. In the Criminal Justice System... "Sir, I am a Complete Unknown! No Consolation Prizes, No Lovely Parting Gifts... Profiting From Experience. NBC and Microsoft Get Connected. Saturday Night Alive and Well. Behind the Medicine. This Is Today, on NBC. Meet the Press-The Russert Era. A New Age in Sports Broadcasting. America's Olympic Network. The Personal Drama of Politics. Jay Leno: Keeping Tonight on Top. Nightly News, Brokaw Style. September Eleventh. Afterword. Bibliography. Credits. Index.
Untertitel: Revised. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: JOHN WILEY & SONS INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2003
Seitenanzahl: 236 Seiten