A History of Television (Essential Library of Cultural History) by M.M. Eboch
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Overview: The average American consumes more television than any other form of media. When did the first television sets appear in homes? And, what makes some shows cultural events, leaving thousands of viewers buzzing? Cultures are constantly changing. So are the ways we express ourselves. Essential Library of Cultural History takes a closer look at key forms of Western culture. From television’s origins to its contemporary expressions, discover major developments and creators. Explore television’s impact on society. And, learn about new techniques and technology’s influence on television. Get the full picture with Essential Library of Cultural History.
This title examines television’s origin in the United States, the ways different networks and shows have shaped history, and how it has grown to capture the nation’s attention. Special features include a timeline, Art Spotlights, infographics, and fact bubbles.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History