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Podcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 541.1: Tribute to Norman Lloyd with guest Mark Dawidziak is available for listening on demand

Norman Lloyd and the Most Difficult Columbo of All Original Airdates: June 4-6, 2021 TVC 541.1: Mark Dawidziak, longtime TV critic for the Cleveland Plain-Dealer and author of The Columbo Phile and many other books on American pop culture, joins … Continue reading

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Podcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 538.3 with guest Jennifer Armstrong is available for listening on demand

When Women Invented Television Original Airdates: May 14-16, 2021 TVC 538.3: Ed welcomes TV historian and New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Armstrong. Jennifer’s latest book, When Women Invented Television, traces the history of the first decade of network television … Continue reading

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The Women Who Invented Television: Next on TVC

New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Armstrong and singer/songwriter Severin Browne will join us this weekend on TV CONFIDENTIAL, airing May 14-16 at the following times and venues: WBRT AM 1320 and FM 97.1 Bardstown, KY Friday 5/14 9am ET … Continue reading

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Coming soon to TV CONFIDENTIAL: New York Times bestselling author JENNIFER ARMSTRONG on how Gertrude Berg not only shaped the TV sitcom (even before Lucille Ball), but understood the importance of branding before it became a thing; why Hazel Scott, the first African-American to host a national evening variety series, was the Beyonce of her time; and the many ways in which Betty White lived the life of Mary Richards long before The Mary Tyler Moore Show came into existence. Jennifer’s newest book, WHEN WOMEN INVENTED TELEVISION: The Untold Story of the Female Powerhouses Who Pioneered the Way We Watch Today, traces the history of the first ten years of network TV through the lives and accomplishments of Berg, Scott, White, and radio and TV soap opera maven Irna Phillips in the late 1940s—and how all four women found themselves marginalized as television became more popular and more lucrative amidst the changing culture of the early 1950s. WHEN WOMEN INVENTED TELEVISION is available wherever books are sold

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