Cite

Search

Search results

Displaying 1 - 10

CBS

CBS has had some luck in the drama department. Sammo H Martial artist and Jackie Chan choreographer Sammo Hung in CBS' surprisingly sucessful Martial Law ung's Martial Law has proven to be a?

Color Comes to CBS

by Marcus McGraw Who says that networks never broadcast anything new during the summer? After all, it was in June of 1951 that CBS made history by presenting an hour long program?

Lescaze, William

(Encyclopedia) Lescaze, William l?skz, 1896?1969, American architect, born and trained in Switzerland. Emigrating to the United States in 1920, Lescaze became influential in introducing the new?

Murrow, Edward Roscoe

(Encyclopedia) Murrow, Edward Roscoe, 1908?65, American news broadcaster, b. Greensboro, N.C. He joined the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) in 1935 and became its European director two years later?

Cronkite, Walter

(Encyclopedia) Cronkite, Walter (Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr.)kr?ngk?t, kr?n?, 1916?2009, American news broadcaster, b. St. Joseph, Mo. He left (1935) the Univ. of Texas to write for the Houston?

Friendly, Fred W.

(Encyclopedia) Friendly, Fred W., 1915?98, American broadcaster and author, b. New York City as Ferdinand Friendly Wachenheimer. He began his career at age 22 at a radio station in Providence where?

Goldmark, Peter Carl

(Encyclopedia) Goldmark, Peter Carl, 1906?77, Hungarian-American engineer, b. Budapest. He studied at the Univ. of Vienna (B.S., 1929, Ph.D., 1931); worked for a radio company in England (1931?33).?

Morita, Akio

(Encyclopedia) Morita, Akio k?? mr?t, 1921?99, Japanese business executive, b. Nagoya, Japan. The eldest son of a successful sake brewer, Morita joined Masaru Ibuka to found Tokyo?

Turner, Ted

(Encyclopedia) Turner, Ted (Robert Edward Turner 3d), 1938?, American television network executive, b. Cincinnati. After inheriting his father's billboard company, he founded (1976) a television?

Saarinen, Eero

(Encyclopedia) Saarinen, Eero ?r? sr?n?n, 1910?61, Finnish-American architect, grad. Yale (B.A., 1934), became an American citizen in 1940; son of Eliel Saarinen. Saarinen's reputation was?