Talk:1948 in television

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What do you mean "NBC Symphony Orchestra" is not a show?[edit]

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[edit]

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 [1] Eddie Blick (talk) 15:30, 23 December 2014 (UTC)

  1. ^ 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.