TV Historian Tim Brooks on Purple Haze

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Award-winning television historian and network executive Tim Brooks, whose The Complete Directory to Primetime Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946-present, is the must-have industry Bible, will be talking about the new fall television season. Brooks, who headed up research for USA Network and Lifetime Television during his distinguished career, is also the author of Lost Sounds, about the birth of the recording industry in the early 20th Century. The CD adaptation won a Grammy Award. The Complete Directory to Primetime Network and Cable TV Shows is now in its ninth edition. Brooks is currently working on a book about college radio. Conservative author, Gary Morgenstein (A Tomato Can't Grow In The Bronx), and liberal journalist/actor, Frederic Germay Discuss the latest news from politics and pop culture from their very different generational and life perspectives.

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