1 edition of Statistics on radio and television, 1950-1960.. -- found in the catalog.
Statistics on radio and television, 1950-1960.. --
Errata slip inserted.
|Series||UNESCO statistical reports and studies [no. 8], UNESCO statistical reports and studies|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||87 p. -- ;|
|Number of Pages||87|
Notable science fiction television shows from the fifties (). List order is chronological. See also: Sci-Fi Television in the s | s | s | s | s | s Related sci-fi list: Sci-Fi Cinema in the s. The s statistics. Key numbers, demographics, & statistics from The s.
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Statistics on radio and television, [Paris] UNESCO  (OCoLC) Online version: Unesco. Statistical Division. Statistics on radio and television, [Paris] UNESCO  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. One of the most popular products in the s was the TV.
At the start of the decade, there were about 3 million TV owners; by the end of it, there were 55 million, watching shows from stations. The average price of TV sets dropped from about $ in to $ in [ ].
Vincent Terrace's TELEVISION SERIES OF THE s is a quick,once-over guide to some 94 shows that ran during that decade. The book's scope is summarized by its sub-title: ESSENTIAL FACTS AND QUIRKY DETAILS.
Summaries run from 3/4-page to five pages depending on the show. Some shows are illustrated with a photograph/5(4). TELEVISION ARRIVES: By the late s, television catches on.
The years – are growth years for TV like the early ’s were for radio. Programming is mostly controlled by the same networks and sponsors as radio. Rural areas will not get TV until the decades end. – RADIO STRUGGLES. Television in the United States - Television in the United States - The late s and early ’70s: the relevance movement: After the introduction of television to the public in the s, a distinct dichotomy emerged between entertainment programming (which made up the bulk of the most popular shows) and news, documentary, and other less-common nonfiction shows.
Guglielmo Marconi asserted in that intercontinental radio signals sometimes traveled by routes longer than a great circle. Television Facts and Statistics V to – 's Radio - The sounds of the's and early 's. Listen to 50s music as it should be played. All your favorite Fifties and early Sixties music here in one place: 's Radio.
In the s, financial prosperity allowed young Americans to participate in a shared culture of rock and roll music, movies, and television.
Television was still in its experimental stage inand radio remained the number one broadcast medium in terms of profits, audience size, and respectability. Most of the big stars of radio— Jack Benny, Bob Hope, and the team of George Burns and Gracie Allen, for example—were at first reluctant to risk their substantial careers on an.
Children's Radio 's was virtually non existent. I'm sure the reason was that kid's in those days weren't inside when they got home, we were either outside playing, inside building thing's or reading a Book.
'Listen with Mother', a short 15 minute slot at about pm every day was for the youngest of listeners. This consisted mainly of a. 2 Book production and translations (Paris, No.
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Of course condition is key in valuing a radio as well. Finding a radio with its original box, leather case, earphones, owner’s manual and warranty card/sales slip will inflate it’s worth. You may have to dish out twice or three times a radio’s book or eBay value with all those extras.
Regulating Television Michael O'Malley, Associate Professor of History and Art History, George Mason University Introduction. Television was invented in the late s, but didn't become popular until the s.
Inabout one million sets were in use: by the end of the s, Americans owned more than 50 million TVs. Statistics on radio and television, [Paris] UNESCO  [Van Pelt Library: Un29] Statistics on radio and television: / Division of Statistics on Culture and Communication, Office of Statistics, Paris [Van Pelt Library: HEU54 ] Statistics: Fraternal Societies.
(Annual: ). MY FAVORITE TELEVISION SHOWS FROM THE s AND s. 15 September - Bride and Groom (radio program) ends its run on network radio.
22 October - Cloak and Dagger ends its run on network radio. 29 October - The Big Guy ends its run on network radio. Births. 2 February– Libby Purves, English radio presenter.
14 March – Rick Dees, American radio and television personality. Bythere were around UHF and VHF television stations; today there are 1, ByTV stations and networks raked in $ billion in ad revenues; today, that figure is over $60 billion.
Television programming has had a huge impact on American and world culture. Many critics have dubbed the s as the Golden Age of Television. FM radio began to emerge, with Top 40 one of the first successful formats, but the genre's reputation was harmed in the late s-around the same time as TV's quiz show scandals-due to a "payola.
The Decade IIlustration (detail) above: Coby Whitmore In the early s, the Korean War, coming so soon after the end of the Second World War, found the news media well prepared for foreign reporting, and for the first time television cameras.
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Top Stations. WHTA Hot ,9. WROD AM. WLOF - FM The station of the Cross. KOMO - News Radio AM. WTOP Top News. However, John D.H. pointed out that this television show may have been just ‘a typical of American television fare’ because ‘media image of American of African descent have ranged from the blatantly to the latently racist’.
‘Father knows best’ was, the first white family television sitcom and popular around ss.Television series which originated in the United States in the decade s.
i.e. in the years to Television shows that originated in other countries and only later aired in the United States should be removed from this category and its sub-categories.Wilfred Pickles radio and television presenter on BBC Television s Vintage 's television with chroma green screen.
Original s advert in It was a light drama based on the book of the same name. Starring John Howard, directed by Peter Godfrey. Screen capture showing the title sequence, as the Dr. removes files from his safe.