NOTES

NOTES
1
Los Angeles Times, January 1, 1949, p. 1, and January 2, 1949, p. 1;
and "KTTV Opens-Rose Bowl Events Mark Debut," Broadcasting, 36 (January 3, 1949), 31.
2
"Coast Cooperation-KNX and Newspaper Join in Promotion," Broadcasting, 18 (January 1, 1940), 40.
3
"CBS, Los Angeles Times to Operate KTTV," Broadcasting, 34 (May 3, 1948), 27.
4
Los Angeles Times, January 1, 1949, p. 1, and "KNBH, KTTV to Expand," Broadcasting, 37 (August 22, 1949), 49.
5
"KNBH (TV) New NBC Outlet is Sixth TV Station in L.A.," Broadcasting, 36 (January 17, 1949), 34.
6
Herman Brandschain, "Kinescoping-NBC Film Output Now Exceeds Holly- wood by 50%," Broadcasting, 36 (March 28, 1949), 54.
7
"KNBH, KTTV to Expand," p. 49.
8
Paul Michael and James Robert Parrish, The Emmy Awards - A Pictorial History (New York, 1970),
9
John C. Mahoney, "Setting the TV Record Straight," Performing Arts, 6 (December, 1972), 9.
10
"Theater Arts-TV Impact to be Discussed," Broadcasting, 36 (May 9, 1949), 19.
11
Mahoney, "Setting the TV Record Straight," p. 17.
12
Ibid.
13
Ibid., p. 19.
14
Ibid.
15
Ibid.
16
"Don Lee Video," Broadcasting, 37 (September 5, 1949), 61.
17
"KFI-TV Daytime Report-New Business Booming," Broadcasting, 36 (May 16, 1949), 16.
18
"Telefile: Los Angeles' Seventh Outlet, KECA-TV Gets Off to Fast Start in the TV Race," Broadcasting, 37 (November 28, 1949), 4.
19
Alfred E. Smith, his inventions, and the com- pany he built, see Jean Castles, "The ABC Television Center: An Illustrious Past," Television and Movie Profiles, 1 (March, 1974), 5-15.
20
"Telefile: Los Angeles' Seventh Outlet," p. 4.
21
Ibid.
22
Ibid.
23
"L.A. Video-Berle Tops Pulse Survey," Broadcasting, 37 (November 7, 1949), 60.
24
Michael and Parrish, The Emmy Awards, p. 27.
25
"Telestatus," Broadcasting, 38 (January 2, 1950), 50.
26
"KTLA Controls-Transfer Bid Tendered," Broadcasting, (January 9, 1950), 49.
27
"Don Lee Will-Merill Named Sole Heir;
Plans No Change," Broadcasting, 38 (January 23, 1950), 53;
"T. S. Lee Holdings Go On Sale Today," Broadcast- ing, 38 (May 15, 1950), 24.
28
"CBS Los Angeles Plans," Broadcasting, 38 (May 1, 1950), 86.
29
"Don Lee Sale General Tire Purchases Approved," Broadcasting, 40 (January 1, 1951), 68.
30
"Don Lee Sale, FCC Approval Sought," Broadcasting, 39 (November 20, 1950), 23.
31
"KTTV-(TV) Moves-Sets Nassour Studios for Film-Making," Broadcasting, 38 (March 13, 1950), 53,
"KTTV Buys Nassour Studios-Sale Price $2 Mil- lion," Broadcasting, 38 (May 22, 1950), 45.
32
"KTSL(TV) Expands-Adds New Live Film Shows," Broadcasting, 38 (April 3, 1950), 50.
33
"Telestatus," Broadcasting, 38 (May 8, 1950), 56.
34
"The TV Habit-Study Shows Movies Going Down," Broadcasting, 38 (Feb- ruary 13, 1950), 30.
35
"Phonevision to KTTV," Broadcasting, 38 (May 8, 1950), 50.
36
"Wrestler Strike Halts Hollywood Arena," Broadcasting, 38 (May 8, 1950), 50.
37
Ibid.
38
"TV and Sports-L.A. Chamber Plans Study," Broadcasting, 38 (April 3, 1950), 59.
39
"TV Sports Split-L.A. Chamber Urges Unity," Broadcasting, 38 (June 19, 1950), 49.
40
PCC Football-Hoffman Gets TV Rights," Broadcasting, 39 (July 17, 1950), 52.
41
"Gridiron Club-Promotes KTTV Gridcasts," Broadcasting, 39 (September 25, 1950), 78.
42
Milton MacKaye, "The Big Brawl, Hollywood vs. Television," Saturday Even- ing Post, (January 19, 1952), 102.
43
"Loyalty-KFI Los Angeles Asks Its Employees to Sign Anti-Communist Oaths," Broadcasting, 38 (June 12, 1950), 15.
44
John Cogley, Report on Blacklisting (New York, 1971), p. 123.
45
"KTSL(TV) Bid-Requests FCC Action," Broadcasting, 39 (July 3, 1950), 65,
"KTSL Gets CP-Only TV Grant Since Freeze," Broadcasting, 39 (July 17, 1950), 52.
46
James Rue, "Analysis of Television News Techniques in the Los Angeles Area" (Master's Thesis, University of Southern California, 1951),
47
Ibid., p. 54.
48
Michael and Parrish, The Emmy Awards, p. 35.
49
"Telestatus," Broadcasting, 40 (January 1, 1951), 56.
50
"KFI-TV Sale-General Tire and Rubber Company Buys for $2.5 Million," Broadcasting, 40 (June 11, 1951), 70;
"KFI-TV, WLAV-TV Sales Pact Finalized," Broadcasting, 41 (July 9, 1951), 57;
"KFI-TV Sale-Purchase Approved by FCC," Broadcasting, 41 (August 13, 1951), 25;
"KHJ-TV to Make Bow," Broadcasting, 41 (September 3, 1951), 4.
51
"NBC Center-Burbank Council to Vote," Broadcasting, 41 (July 23, 1951), 20.
52
"Coast-to-Coast TV," Broadcasting, 41 (August 13, 1951), 66;
"Coast-to- Coast TV-Truman Inauguartes," Broadcasting, 41 (September 10, 1951), 26;
and, Los Angeles Times, September 4, 1951, p. 7.
53
Dallas M. Smythe and Angus Campbell, Los Angeles Television, May 23-29, 1951 (Ubana, 111., 1951),
54
"Telestatus," Broadcasting, 41 (November 26, 1951 ), 154.
55
J. Frank Beatty, "TV Gode Adopted-Effective March 1," Broadcasting, 41 (December 10, 1951), 77.
56
"Editorial," Broadcasting, 41 (December 10, 1951 ), 77.
57
Michael and Parrish, The Emmy Awards, p. 39.
58
"Awards Protest-Five L.A. Units Quit ATAS," Broadcasting, 42 (February 11, 1952), 72.
59
Charter Hesley, "They Said It Couldn't Be Done: The Story of the First Live Television of an Atomic Detonation" This lecture, which was delivered before the Georgia Radio and Television Institute, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, on May 9, 1952, is on file at KTLA-TV.
60
Mahoney, "Setting the TV Record Straight," p. 20.
61
"CBS TV City-Los Angeles Opening Set," Broadcasting, 43 (November 10, 1952), 97.
62
Ros- coe L. Barrow, et al. "Develpoment of Television: FCC Allocations and Stan- dards," in Lawrence W. Lichty and Malachi C. Topping, American Broadcasting: A Source Book on the History of Radio and Television (New York, 1975), pp. 609-612.
63
Ibid., p. 609.
64
"Lawrence Tri-Color Tube Praised at Private Showing," Broadcasting, 41 (September 24, 1951), 67.
65
"Thaw July 1-617 VHFsm 1436 VHFs in 1291 Markets, Educators Win." Broadcasting, 42 (April 21, 1952), 23.
66
Brochure of Background Materials, Educational Television, Governor's Con- ference, December 15-16 1952 (Sacramento, California, 1952), p. 12.
67
Ibid., pp. 15-16.
68
Proceedings of the Governor's Conference on Educational Television, Decem- ber 15-16, 1952 (Sacramento, California, 1952), p. 17;
"California Educa- tional Television," Broadcasting, 43 (December 8, 1952), 89.
69
Proceedings of the Governor's Conference on Educational Television, p. 29.
70
Eleanor T. Dozer, "A Descriptive Study of the Development of Educational Television Production and Policy at the University of California at Los Angeles, 1950-1954." (Master's Thesis, University of California, Los Angeles, 1956), pp. 35-36.
71
Ibid., p. 34.
72
Michael and Parrish, The Emmy Awards, p. 47.
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