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NW OHIO JOURNAL

American Television in the Kennedy Years

  • Aired: 11/14/2013
  • 26:55
  • Rating: NR
American politics and television became more closely entwined in the early 1960s. We’ll look at how TV was woven into the events and policies of John F. Kennedy’s presidency. Our guest is Dr. Mary Ann Watson, professor of Electronic Media & Film Studies at Eastern Michigan University and author of The Expanding Vista: American Television in the Kennedy Years
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A look at how TV was woven into the events and policies of John F. Kennedy’s presidency.
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