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2 Development Number of televisions in homes grew rapidly in the 50s – 5,343, ,000,000 – Went from luxury item to common Black and white was main view in homes TV Luxuries – Color TV – Remote control NBC,CBS, and ABC: three major networks Studies showed average kid watched an estimated 6 hours a day 50’s TV Timeline

3 Color TV CBS first color televised broadcast –F–Flaws came with it Poor picture quality Most black and white sets were incompatible with CBS’ system Radio Corporation of America (RCA) –B–Became industry standard when successful, compatible system was formed Worked with NBC

4 Remote Control Made watching television easier First created by Zenith –W–Wire Remote came early decade “Lazy Bones” –W–Wireless came mid-decade “Flash-Matic” –P–Photocells in TV used paths (flashes) of light from remote to perform action “Zenith Space Command” –K–Known as first “clicker” because of sound made when buttons pressed Had few buttons (between 2-4, depending on first remotes or later improved ones) –C–Channel change –V–Volume change –M–Mute –P–Power

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7 Shows Sitcoms –“–“Father Knows Best” –“–“The Honeymooners” –“–“I Love Lucy” –“–“Leave it to Beaver” Kids –“–“Disneyland” –“–“The Howdy Doody Show” Others –“–“The Twilight Zone” –“–“Frank Sinatra Show”

8 Sitcoms “Father Knows Best” (CBS) – 30 minute family comedy series – Portrayed relationships between parents and children, family life situations “The Honeymooners” (CBS) – 30 minute comedy series – A bus driver wished to have a better life for him and his wife, tried many unsuccessful get-rich-quick schemes “I Love Lucy” (CBS) – 30 minute comedy series – Ricky and Lucy’s relationship was full of love, full of humorous tricks as Lucy tried to be a star like her husband “Leave it to Beaver” (CBS) – 30 minute comedy series – Middle class family, about the life of the one child, “Beaver,” and his family, friends, and neighbors

9 Information TV now major source of information – News, current events, history Eisenhower campaign – “See it Now” rather than the restricted “Hear it Now” Able to be visually informed of news instead of listening on radio – “You are There” History program Hosted by Walter Cronkite Live broadcasting made news easier to share

10 Additional Television Aspects Sporting Events – People of communities gathered around to watch – Olympics were a big event Due to Cold War, rivalries in competition were more present between USA and USSR 1952, telethon was held to raise funds for US team – Donations were called in nationwide Educational television – National Education Television (NET) – 30 stations by 1958 – WQED (Pittsburgh) was first community-supported educational station Fred Rogers (from “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood”) was originally a producer, musician, and puppeteer for “The Children’s Corner” Commercials – New and successful means of advertising

11 Commercials Food – Betty Crocker – Cereal – Coca-Cola Vehicles – Ford – Oldsmobile – Gasoline Toys – Barbie – Movieland Drive-In theater Toiletries – Toothpaste – Tide Laundry Detergent Previews – The Adventures of Superman

12 Work Cited " " Television History - The First 75 Years. 9 Apr Web. 19 Feb Bradley, Becky. "American History " Lone Star College-Kingwood Library Home Page. July Web. 19 Feb "Color Television Infoplease.com." Infoplease: Encyclopedia, Almanac, Atlas, Biographies, Dictionary, Thesaurus. Free online reference, research & homework help. Infoplease.com Web. 22 Feb "Commercials Ike for President." The Living Room Candidate. Museum of the Moving Image, Web. 16 Feb Fohl, James. "Fifties TV Remote Zenith Space Command." Fifties Sixties Fashion, TV, Movies, Hair, Food, Cars, 50's 60's Facts and History about 1950's and 1960's - Clip Art and Information Web. 18 Feb Hicks, Wayne L. "1952 Olympics Telethon: TVparty!" TVparty! / Classic TV / TV Shows on DVD / Classic TV Shows / Television Shows Web. 25 Feb Molly. "The 1950's." Kidsnewsroom.org: providing children with a safe, kid-friendly Internet site. Nov Web. 16 Feb "Sports in the 1950s :: Essays Research Papers." Free Essays, Term Papers, Research Paper, and Book Report. Web. 19 Feb "Top TV Shows, 1950's." Entertainment Scene. Nielsen Media Research, 28 Mar Web. 18 Feb Yares, Kat. "You Are There." Fifties Sixties Fashion, TV, Movies, Hair, Food, Cars, 50's 60's Facts and History about 1950's and 1960's - Clip Art and Information Web. 18 Feb


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