Talk:1948 in television
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What do you mean "NBC Symphony Orchestra" is not a show?
I only know nothing about the NBC Symphony, and despite I see a lot about Sarnoff had no interest of training the "NBC Symphony" and about NBC's recordings of classical music, - you know, symphonic and opera music. But I think Toscanini formed the orchestra. The network today does not know it, but this long-time NBC announcer will tell you.
- Any chance that Toscanini was also one of the creators of Charlie "the disco dog"?—Ëzhiki (erinaceus amurensis) 03:01, Jun 24, 2005 (UTC)
No, no, no, Toscanini was a classical conductor, but did not live that long into the 1970s. Despite he retired from conducting, no one said he wanted to create a TV show. Are you creating a article for me? Ha.
But disco did not exist until the 1970s, you must be on the wrong subject.
Adding date to table of programs ending
I tried to add a date and citation to the entry for "In the Kelvinator Kitchen." Unfortunately, my addition disrupted the table's format, so I undid it. I don't know enough about tables to insert the material correctly. If anyone would like to do so, the correct ending date is June 30, 1948. The citation is  Eddie Blick (talk) 15:30, 23 December 2014 (UTC)
- Brooks, Tim & Marsh, Earle (1979). The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network TV Shows: 1946-Present. Ballantine Books. ISBN 0-345-25525-9. P. 284.