Television Fraud: The History and Implications of the Quiz Show Scandals

Television Fraud: The History and Implications of the Quiz Show Scandals

English | January 5, 1979 | ISBN: 0313203210 | PDF | 226 Pages | 10.5 MB

Anderson provides an unprecedented probe into the inner workings of the quiz shows. He details their honest beginnings and explains how the practice of supplying answers grew out of a desire to keep popular contestants on the air as long as possible to boost ratings.

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