Broadcast History for J 101 Rev 10 2 2013

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Unformatted text preview: President of these United States, calling us friends..." ­ Carl Carmer, April 14, 1945. Press Conferences Press Conferences FDR also met with reporters, frequently. He held more than a thousand news conferences. But he held back information about his health, and how badly he had been crippled by polio. Voters never saw his wheelchair or his crutches. Murrow: This is London … Murrow: This is London … Edward R. Murrow Edward R. Murrow Edward R. Murrow Edward R. Murrow 1946 1946 ►New technology boomed after the war. TVs were in demand. Radios migrated from houses to cars. Television began a slow process, gradually replacing radio as the primary source of news and entertainment for most Americans. The American given the The American given the most credit for the creation of television was … Philo T. Farnsworth Decades later he was honored on a postage stamp – and a...
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