Saturday, August 1, 2020

Forgotten TV ep 36-An Overview of Black TV History 1939-1980

From the early representations in experimental broadcasts to the contributions of the Dumont Network; to the thin appearances on 1950s TV; to the integration and beginnings of equality in the 1960s; to the sometimes controversial sitcoms of the 1970s; and the foundation of BET in 1980, this podcast presents an overview of Black TV history.

0-1:09:40 Background/1939-1959
1:09:40-1:47:05 1960s
1:47:05-end 1970s and conclusion



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 Primetime Blues by Donald Bogle

Encyclopedia of Television edited by Horace Newcomb
Our Gang: A Racial History of The Little Rascals by Julia Lee

 The music track Astray by Alec Slayne is used under license from Epidemic Sound.

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1 comment:

Alexis said...

I loved this wonderful look at history. Thank you!!