Monthly Archives: September 2015

Episode 18 – TV Flow

This week join Steve, Andrew, and Jonathan as they delve into one of Steve’s favorite subjects – the flow of TV. We discuss Raymond Williams, the traditional TV programming grid, the effect of DVRs, and the resurgence of in-program product placement. Plus, what the heck does Andy Griffith have to do with it all? [clue – Steve knows].

Then be sure to stop back two weeks from now on Thursday October 8th, 2015 to listen to our next full length episode. You can leave a comment on this page and can always reach us via email at: feedback@tvhistorypod.com

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New 10-Part Podcast Series on NFL Beginning

Contributors to Inside the Box: The TV History Podcast, starting today, are offering part one of a special limited ten-part podcast series on the NFL. This podcast will take a look at various aspects of the NFL and connect it to issues of race, culture, and media. You’ll find a link to the podcast at the top of Inside the Box’s homepage and below. Get the first episode available today September 17, 2015. New episodes will arrive every two weeks, so join me again on October 1, 2015 for episode two. link

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Episode 17 – Interactive TV, Part 2

This week join Steve, Jonathan and Andrew as they continue their discussion on early experiments in interactive television. Listen to Steve and Jonathan go toe-to-toe regarding how people watch TV today! Listen as Andrew reveals his love for the Home Shopping Network and late-night coin infomercials.

Then be sure to stop back two weeks from now on Thursday September 24th, 2015 to listen to our next full length episode. You can leave a comment on this page and can always reach us via email at: feedback@tvhistorypod.com

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On Facebook: Inside The Box – The TV History Podcast

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You can also listen to this episode on the Internet Archive here: link