Syndicated Television

Syndicated Television

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Here is an excellent reference book on first run syndication--the distribution of programs either made exclusively for non-network play, or of programs intended for network telecasts but ultimately making their debuts in syndication. Bringing together information not easily found, this work covers the classics such as Sea Hunt, Highway Patrol, The Merv Griffin Show and the Muppet Show, as well as such once-popular but now obscure productions as China Smith, Ripcord and The Littlest Hobo. Coverage goes back to 1947 and the book includes a number of series ignored in other works. The first section is an overview of the concept of syndication from its earliest application in the newspaper world to the attempt by Fox Television to become a fourth network. The next four sections each cover ten years of syndication, listing the shows (with full background--who produced them and why, who liked them and why, etc.) alphabetically by title under the following genres: Adventure/Mystery, Children's, Comedy, Drama, Game/Quiz, Informational, Music/Variety, Religious, Sports, Talk/Interview, Travel/Documentary, Westerns, and Women's.Ivan Tors took his satellite story, combined it with several other aquot;unmarketableaquot; science fiction scripts, and sold the whole package as a weekly series to Ziv. Science Fiction Theatre was often wildly fanciful, but virtually every episode had itsanbsp;...

Title:Syndicated Television
Author: Hal Erickson
Publisher:McFarland - 2001-01-01

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