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The History Of American Journalism In Newspapers, Magazines, Newsreels And Television Presented By Dick Cavett And Recommended By The National Education Association In All Regions DVD Format!
Dick Cavett hosts this excellent retrospective of the early days of the American press, with the great Rosemary Clooney opening and closing this great documentary by singing its theme song "Remember When". It chronicles the first community newspapers in the American colonies, the first true newspapers that appeared in New York and Boston, the rise of the world's first great newspapers in New York City, their market expansion into magazines, their technological expansion into the newsreels, and their ultimate development in broadcast journalism. An outstanding aid in teaching history as well as an entertaining journey into the American experience (1982, 57 Minutes).
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