Preservation Master

 
01/24/1959
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Louis Lyons continues his interview with America’s foremost television journalist Edward R. Murrow on the state of television broadcasting. Murrow believes that the program structure is in imbalance, and that the American television audience is being fed a diet of programming that insulates them from the realities of the world around. Louis Lyons talks to Murrow about the relationship between media broadcasting and press journalism.