Tell me a story: fifty years and 60 minutes in television
Hewitt (creator and exectuive producer of Sixty Minutes) describes his life, from his time as a reporter for Stars and Stripes to the early days of television, to the controversies of Sixty Minutes. Hewitt speaks of the promise and the shortcomings of television news, and offers his perspective on its continued power and potential. He considers the effect of Sixty Minutes on CBS and television news, and examines the impact of recent trends, including the competition of cable news, narrowcasting, and the Internet. c. Book News Inc.
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|Grouping Title||tell me a story fifty years and 60 minutes in television|
|Grouping Author||hewitt don|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-10-10 01:06:21AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-10 04:28:50AM|
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Television producers and directors -- United States -- Biography
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|title_full||Tell me a story : fifty years and 60 minutes in television / Don Hewitt|
|title_short||Tell me a story|
|title_sub||fifty years and 60 minutes in television|
Television producers and directors