Podcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 492.3 with guest Phil Savenick is now available for listening for demand

Phil Savenick (left), curator of the virtual museum at TheHistoryofTV.com, with host Ed Robertson during Ed’s visit in January 2020. Ed is holding the Emmy Award that First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy won in 1962 for hosting A Tour of The White House. That Emmy is one of the many authentic artifacts from the Golden Age of Television that is on display at TheHistoryofTV.com

Televisionary Phil Savenick
Original Airdates
: May 8-10, 2020
TVC 492.3:
Ed welcomes three-time Emmy nominated writer/producer Phil Savenick. After thirty-five years in TV production, during which time he created many highly regarded compilation documentaries concerning TV and its history, Phil decided to devote the third act of his life to expressing the impact that the medium of television continues to have all over the world. That expression takes several forms, including a virtual museum devoted to television, which originates from the living room of Phil’s home in Los Angeles. This interview was recorded via remote in January2020, before the national lockdown.

The Most Famous Man You’ve Never Heard of
Original Airdates: May 8-10, 2020
TVC 492.4: Three-time Emmy nominee Phil Savenick talks to Ed about how he came to develop TheHistoryofTV.com, a virtual museum devoted to the creation of television, which Phil curates from his home in Los Angeles. The mission statement of TheHistoryofTV.com is to celebrate the life and career of Philo T. Farnsworth, the inventor of television. This interview was recorded via remote in January 2020, before the national lockdown.

Inside TheHistoryofTV.com
Original Airdates: May 8-10, 2020
TVC 492.7: Via remote from TheHistoryofTV.com: Phil Savenick gives Ed a guided tour of his virtual museum dedicated to the history of television. Besides celebrating the life and legacy of Philo Farnsworth, the inventor of television, TheHistoryofTV.com includes many authentic Farnsworth artifacts (including the original drawing for the first television camera, posted above, which Farnsworth conceived at age fourteen), plus such mementos from the Golden Age of Television as the Emmy Award that First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy won in 1962 for hosting A Tour of the White House. This interview was recorded in January 2020, before the national lockdown.

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