Detroit broadcasting history is rich with character . . . and characters. It began atop the Penobscot Building on October 23, 1946, when WWDT shot a signal to the convention center, part of a "New Postwar Products Exposition." WWJ-TV offered scheduled programming in June 1947, and WXYZ-TV and WJBK-TV jumped in a year later. The medium has influenced the city's personality and social agenda ever since. Soupy Sales turned getting a pie in the face into an art form. Mort Neff celebrated the state's outdoor charms. George ...

Detroit Television 2010, Arcadia Publishing Library Editions

ISBN-13: 9781531651046


Detroit Television 2010, Arcadia Publishing (SC), Charleston, SC

ISBN-13: 9780738577074

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