Neil Genzlinger has written an amusing article for The New York Times about how DVDs have ruined sitcoms.
Thanks to the Duke University Libraries you can now browse 865 television advertisements from 1939 to 1957.
The Moving Image Source has published the first half of a fascinating article about the history of public access cable television in New York City.
Neal Sabin may have the best job ever as programmer of independent Chicago TV stations Me-TV and Me-Too.
Have you heard of the Television Production Music Museum? It is a “permanent home for recorded works produced for the television industry.”
The Television Production Music Museum is asking for help. Can you help identify announcers for six television shows?