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  1968 in television - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1967 in television, other events of 1968, 1969 in television and the list of 'years in television'.
April 4 - James Brown appears on national television, in an attempt to calm feelings of anger in the United States following the assassination of Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr.
An innocent, affectionate gesture between the two during a song (Clark touched Belafonte on the arm) prompts concern from the show's sponsor (Plymouth Motors) due to the difference in their races, but the scene is aired intact at Clark's insistence.
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 Encyclopedia: 1968 in television
Armchair Theatre was a British television drama anthology series, which ran on the ITV network from 1956 until 1968 in its original form, and was intermittently resurrected at various points during the 1970s.
Kate Sanderson (born 9 August 1968 in Sutton Coldfield, England) is a british television presenter and newsreader.
Years in television May 9 is the 129th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (130th in leap years).
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 1968 in television   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Dos de Octubre de 1968 Pagina dedicada al movimiento estudiantil de 1968.
Elaine's 1968 BMW R50 Elaine from Sturgis, Mississippi celebrates her 1968 BMW R50 motorcycle restoration.
May 1968 Graffiti A gallery of over 200 graffiti slogans from the May 1968 revolt in France.
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 1967 in television - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1966 in television, other events of 1967, 1968 in television and the list of 'years in television'.
December 2 - Colour television is officially launched on BBC2.
The FCC orders that cigarette ads on television, radio and in print must include a warning about the health risks of smoking.
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The site is designed to be useful to scholars and students, but also to provide a place where those who lived through the Sixties can tell their own stories about the era, meet others with common interests, and reflect on their experiences.
Visit The Whole World Was Watching, then conduct your own interviews; you could interview a veteran, a college student, a protester, a teacher, or anyone who recollects specific events of the year.
An overview of the May, 1968 revolution of students and workers in Paris.
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 The Seattle Times: Opinion: Bucking convention: 1968 Chicago riot changed the way parties pick a candidate
Demonstrations verging on anarchy, police violence verging on sadism, Chicago in 1968 was the last gasp of old-time political conventions.
By 1968, television had replaced newspapers as the major news source for most Americans, and the three networks were all-powerful.
The raw emotions of 1968 — perhaps the most traumatic single year in America since the Civil War — were exacerbated by the way Humphrey was nominated.
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Booker Prize for Fiction is established by Booker plc.
1968 is known as the year of the Prague Spring and also the year of the Paris riots.
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 Wild Kingdom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Throughout his career, Perkins was drawn to the medium of television as a means of promoting a conservationist ethic and popularizing a corresponding understanding of wildlife and the natural world.
Perkins' initiated his involvement in the production of nature programming in 1945, when television itself was only beginning to work its way into the fabric of American life.
In their day, however, Marlin Perkins and Jim Fowler were, in the words of Charles Seibert, "television's cowboy naturalists," and their weekly rides proved to be among the most popular in television history.
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 1968 In Television   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Founded in 1968, the Workshop changed television forever with the legendary Sesame Street.
TV interview, and in many ways he was there at the creation of what we think of as modern television as a founding correspondent of "60 Minutes" back in 1968.
The television crew left behind a large wooden ladder that the Yippies have painted...
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 1968 - Microsoft Reader Catalog of eBooks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It was the year that an amazed world watched the first live telecast from outer space, and that TV news expanded to half an hour.
Television also shocked the world with seventeen minutes of police clubbing demonstrators at the Chicago convention, live film of unarmed students facing Soviet tanks in Czechoslovakia, and a war of starvation in Biafra.
The fact that one now needed television to make things happen was a cultural revelation with enormous consequences.
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 1968 in television   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
See also: 1967 in television, other events of 1968, 1969 in television andthe list of 'years intelevision'.
April 4 - James Brown appearson national television, in an attempt to calm feelings of anger in the United States following the assassination of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.
An innocent, affectionate gesture between the two during a song promptsconcern from the show's sponsor, but the scene is aired intact.
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 DISCOVERING Doris Day | TV | The CBS Television Years (1968-75)
Came 1968, and Doris' husband/manager of 17 years suddenly died, having somehow forgotten to mention this major television deal he had signed her onto.
September 24, 1968 was the day we all met Doris Martin, beautiful widow, talented journalist, fashion trendsetter, wonderful singer, animal lover, and a determined, caring person.
He was the most natural dog on television, and his relationship with Doris and the kids gave the show a real family home atmosphere.
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 Lights, camera, factions
But 1968 - the year of the Paris riots, the Tet offensive, the Prague spring and the murders of Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King - is more than a fillet of bacalao.
1968, Kurlansky reports, was the year that Walter Cronkite realised how 'television was playing an important part not only in the reporting of events, but in the shaping of them.
So, in December 1968 Apollo 8 transmitted pictures of Earth from a lunar orbit and we could, the Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins later said, see 'an Earth as it appears: blue and white, not capitalist or Communist; blue and white, not rich or poor; blue and white, not envious or envied'.
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 1968 television
Plotlines in 1968: in the year 1775, Barnabas loses his true love Josette when witch Angelique tricks her into jumping to her death.
Victoria Winters is hung as a witch in 1775, but mysteriously travels into 1968 where the modern day Barnabas and Julia Hoffman have created a creature called 'Adam' who goes on a killing rampage.
In 1968, 'gimmick' shows were hot - funny thing is, most of the gimmick shows never caught on.
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 1968 : The Year That Rocked the World   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
One's expectation is that captivated readers will view 1968 as a portal into a deeper exploration of a fascinating time.
With 1968, Mark Kurlansky brings to teeming life the cultural and political history of that world-changing year of social upheaval.
Whether through youth and music, politics and war, economics and the media, Mark Kurlansky shows how, in 1968, twelve volatile months transformed who we are as a people.
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 Apollo 8 - 1968: The Moon at Christmas
When Apollo 8 returned to Earth on December 27th 1968, it was the end of a momentous journey of exploration - the first time that a group of men had left the confines of planet Earth, travelled to another object in the sky and returned safely home.
The Apollo 8 mission began at 7.50 in the morning on December 21st 1968 when the first stage rocket motors of the giant Saturn V launch vehicle ignited and lifted the manned modules away from Cape Kennedy in Florida.
Apollo 8 was the first spacecraft to relay live television pictures from the Moon - the television coverage went around the world with Christmas TV schedules broken to show live pictures of the surface of the Moon.
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 1968 In Television   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Savoy Pictures, where he was president of the company’s television operation and...
born in Chicago and was graduated from the University of Illinois in 1968.
Curtis' primetime producing debut came in 1968 with The Strange Case of Dr...
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 List of years in television   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
1989 in television - The Simpsons and Seinfeld premiere
1953 in television - The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II is seen by approximately 20 million TV viewers in the United Kingdom.
On May 28, the first television station WGY begins broadcasting in Schenectady, New York.
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Plotlines in 1968: in the year 1775, Barnabas loses his true love Josette when witch Angelique tricks her...
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 1968 in television - Definition up Erdmond.Com
March_25 - The 58th and final episode of ''The_Monkees'' airs on U.S. television.
April_4 - James_Brown appears on national television, in an attempt to calm feelings of anger in the United States following the assassination of Reverend Martin_Luther_King_Jr.
April_9 - British singer Petula_Clark appears on a US television special on NBC with Harry_Belafonte as a guest.
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17 (television's greatest failing is what it is not doing) "Is There a Salant in TV News?," speech presented to the International Conference of the Radio-Television News: Directors Association, Detroit, Michigan, September 26, 1969; reprinted in Congressional Record, v.
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 dOc DVD Review: Star Trek: The Original Series - Volume #28 (1968) - Printable
Many of the cast of the show were veterans of the television Westerns of that era.
One is a pilot for another television show - of dubious quality - wrapped up into an adventure in which the Enterprise, quite casually, travells through time.
The other is one of the most criticized episodes, as the landing party is banished to a re-creation of Tombstone, AZ, as the Clantons.
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 VOTED 1968 ENTERTAINER OF THE CENTURY!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The King Lives On with this incredibly detailed replica telephone from his 1968 comeback television special.
Elvis is featured in fl leather and does the infamous Elvis pelvis dance and plays "Jail House Rock" when the phone rings.
Own a piece of history with the 1968 Elvis Presely dancing and singing telephone.
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 Business Wire: UCLA Film and Television Archive Presents "1968... @ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
UCLA Film and Television Archive Presents "1968: Cinema in Revolution" Nov. 5 to Dec. 12, 1998.
The film series "1968: Cinema in Revolution" represents a period of time when film audiences were invited to explore visual stimulation like never before.
Programming at the UCLA Film and Television Archive is made possible by grants from the California Arts Council, the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department, the John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and other sponsors.
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 Links for 1968
From The American Experience, this calendar of 1968 events includes clips of important speeches and soundbites of the year and links to related sites.
Television clips from 1968: We watched some of these in class.
News clips and ads from CBS news, some on the assassination of Martin Luther King, some on the 1968 Democratic Convention.
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 Encyclopedia: McDonald's Corporation
Fast food is food prepared and served quickly at a fast-food restaurant or shop at low cost.
McDonalds Big Mac The Big Mac is a type of hamburger sold since 1968 by the McDonalds chain of fast food restaurants.
Toms Diner, a restaurant in New York familiarized by Suzanne Vega and the television sitcom Seinfeld A restaurant is an establishment that serves prepared food and beverages to be consumed on the premises.
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 Tudors in Movies and Television
Television play from 1968 based on the Maxwell Anderson play.
A two-part made for television show starring Ray Winstone as Henry VIII and Helena Bonham Carter as Anne Boleyn.
Adapted for television from the novel by Philippa Gregory.
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 O'Connor, Carroll   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
But O'Connor became a television star with his portrayal of outspoken bigot Archie Bunker, the American archetype whose chair now sits in the Smithsonian Institution.
In 1968, ABC Television, which had the first rights to the series, financed production of two pilot episodes of All in The Family (then under the title Those Were the Days).
All in the Family was attacked by conservatives who thought that the show made fun of their views, and by liberals who charged that the show was too matter-of-fact about bigotry.
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Her research examines the mainstreaming of lesbianism in television and film and the shifting form of the musical genre and its associated masculinities.
Sarah Nilsen is assistant professor of film and television studies at the University of Vermont.
Sharon Ross is an assistant professor of television studies at Columbia College, Chicago, where she teaches classes on TV history, criticism, and program development with an emphasis on gender and sexuality.
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