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  1. Há 2 dias · This Week. (1956 TV programme) This Week was a British weekly current affairs television programme that was first produced for ITV in January 1956 by Associated-Rediffusion (later Thames Television) and Rediffusion, running until 1978, when it was replaced by TV Eye. [1]

    • 6 January 1956 –, 20 July 1978 and, 11 September 1986 –, 17 December 1992
    • Intermezzo from Karelia Suite
  2. 25 de fev. de 2023 · Historical Events in 1956. Feb 25 Nikita Khrushchev denounces Joseph Stalin at the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Mar 2 Morocco tears up the Treaty of Fez, declaring independence from France. Apr 26 First modern container ship, the Ideal X, leaves Port Newark, New Jersey for Houston, Texas.

  3. Há 2 dias · 1955–1956: ABC: Casablanca: Cold War spy/intrigue: Cheyenne: Western: 1955–1962 Conflict: Anthology: 1956–1957 Sugarfoot: Western: 1957–1960 Colt .45: Maverick: 1957–1962 Lawman: 1958–1962 Bronco: 77 Sunset Strip: Crime drama: 1958–1964 The Alaskans: Adventure: 1959–1960 Bourbon Street Beat: Private detective ...

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    Television in the United States, the body of television programming created and broadcast in the United States. American TV programs, like American popular culture in general in the 20th and early 21st centuries, have spread far beyond the boundaries of the United States and have had a pervasive influence on global popular culture.

    Until the fall of 1948, regularly scheduled programming on the four networks—the American Broadcasting Company (ABC), the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS; later CBS Corporation), the National Broadcasting Co. (NBC), and the DuMont Television Network, which folded in 1955—was scarce. On some evenings, a network might not offer any programs at all, and it was rare for any network to broadcast a full complement of shows during the entire period that became known as prime time (8–11 pm, Eastern Standard Time). Sales of television sets were low, so, even if programs had been available, their potential audience was limited. To encourage sales, daytime sports broadcasts were scheduled on weekends in an effort to lure heads of households to purchase sets they saw demonstrated in local appliance stores and taverns—the venues where most TV viewing in America took place before 1948.

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    Although a television set cost about $400—a substantial sum at the time—TV was soon “catching on like a case of high-toned scarlet fever,” according to a March 1948 edition of Newsweek magazine. By autumn of that year, most of the evening schedules on all four networks had been filled, and sets began appearing in more and more living rooms, a phenomenon many credited to comedian Milton Berle. Berle was the star of TV’s first hit show, The Texaco Star Theatre (NBC, 1948–53), a comedy-variety show that quickly became the most popular program at that point in television’s very short history. When the series debuted, fewer than 2 percent of American households had a television set; when Berle left the air in 1956 (after starring in his subsequent NBC series The Buick-Berle Show [1953–55] and The Milton Berle Show [1955–56]), TV was in 70 percent of the country’s homes, and Berle had acquired the nickname “Mr. Television.”

  4. 11 de set. de 2023 · Below is a list of television-related events in 1956. January 28 – Elvis Presley makes his national television debut on CBS on Stage Show, the first of six appearances on the series. February 17 – The English Midlands becomes the first part of the UK outside London to receive ITV, when ATV Midlands begins broadcasting their weekday franchise.

  5. 4 de jun. de 2023 · TV PROGRAMS THIS WEEK: Send any friend a story. As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share. ... 1956, Section A, Page 11 Buy Reprints.