5 edition of Radio Network Prime Time Programming 1926-1967 found in the catalog.
June 30, 2007
by McFarland & Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||640|
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This work provides two main kinds of information: month-by-month prime time (7pm to 11pm) schedules from January through Julyfor all national broadcasting networks, and a detailed listing of all network programming moves (from July until August ), including series premieres, cancellations, and time slot moves, plus a yearly recap of key programming moves.
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Radio Network Prime Time Programming, (by Mitchell E. Shapiro) Discover what was on prime time on each network from January to July via tables detailing the schedules of each network. This essential page book also has a detailed listing of all network programming moves July to August Series premieres, cancellations, and time slot moves, and more for each.
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This is a list of the programs that were shown during prime time hours of the nineties. Prime Time in the US is defined as 8pm to 11pm every night, although on Sundays it's considered to start at 7pm on some networks.
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