Watching TV in the twenty-first century has transformed a once passive activity into a multi-tiered media experience.
Watching TV: Eight Decades of American Television tells this story from the beginning to the present. Now in an expanded Third Edition, this award-winning* book presents the story of television season-by-season, combining an engaging narrative text, key dates, annual fall prime time schedule grids, and more than one hundred photographs.
- Information on ordering copies of Watching TV
- Stories and allusions behind each chapter title of Watching TV
- Author bios of Harry Castleman and Walter J. Podrazik
*Finalist for the 2011 Adult Nonfiction Book Award from The Society of Midland Authors.
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