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When women invented television : the untold story of the female powerhouses who pioneered the way we watch today / Jennifer Keishin Armstrong.

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North Kansas City Public Library 920 ARMSTRONG 2021 (Text) 0001002439691 Nonfiction New Available -

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction: Bold claims -- Yoo-hoo, Gertrude Berg! -- Predicament, villainy, and female suffering -- Women's realm -- A holy terror -- One of us -- What are you going to do about your girl? -- Aren't you ashamed? -- A note of sadness -- Dramatic pause -- Black and white and red -- The scourge of 1955 -- The world turns.
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The best-selling author of Seinfeldia documents the lesser-known story of how four trailblazing women from the radio era, including Irna Phillips, Gertrude Berg, Hazel Scott and Betty White, helped establish the foundation of the modern television industry.
Subject: Television and women > History.
Women in television broadcasting > History.
Women in television broadcasting > United States > Biography.
Phillips, Irna, 1901-1973.
Berg, Gertrude, 1899-1966.
Scott, Hazel.
White, Betty, 1922-

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