RobertJ. Thompson
Television's Second Golden Age
September 21, 2018 Comments.. 619
Television s Second Golden Age This is an insider s tour touching on the network s dizzying decision making process and the artists who have revolutionized the medium

  • Title: Television's Second Golden Age
  • Author: RobertJ. Thompson
  • ISBN: 9780815605041
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is an insider s tour, touching on the network s dizzying decision making process, and the artists who have revolutionized the medium.

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    1. Stephen says:

      When John Kennedy's appointment to chair the Federal Communications Commission, Newton Minnow, called American television "a vast wasteland" (in 1961), most broadcasters took offense but a few took up the challenge. American television is a business and any analysis of it which begins with the assumption that it is first an art form is unlikely to reveal much. It is possible for those with a primary profit motive to produce quality television when this can be done in a lucrative way. A confluenc [...]

    2. Ke says:

      I recommend this book to any television enthusiast, whether or not that enthusiast took a class with Professor Thompson. Granted that some of the chapters overlap with Professor Thompson's lectures, I still liked reviewing those chapters. For example, the analysis of "St. Elsewhere."While I thoroughly enjoyed this book, I am curious what Professor has to say about series such as "Lost," "30 Rock," and "the Office."

    3. Amanda says:

      I used this book in my research paper last semester, and the segments relating to what I was writing about were wonderful. I didn't have time to read the whole book at that time, but I could see myself picking it up again later on.

    4. Carol C says:

      Wow. Insightful and easy to navigate. Great resource for those of us who like our culture and history together.

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