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   TV Broadcasting journal published 1944-1968

Television magazine was published from 1944 to 1979 and covered the industry from its earliest days. The publication was founded in 1944 by Frederick A Kugel Following his death in 1960, it was acquired from his estate by Sol Taishoff, publisher of "Broadcasting".

Following the acquisition by Sol Taishoff, this appeared in Broadcasting Magazine:
Concerning Television Magazine
Since the announcement last week of our acquisition of Television magazine we have received many communications from well-wishers, to whom we extend our appreciation. Now about our plans and aspirations. The first issue of Television to be published under our direction will be the January 1961 number. The present staff and management of Television will produce the December issue, now in work. We feel that as a monthly, Television complements the weekly BROADCASTING. We intend to expand its editorial content and its staff, which will function entirely apart from BROADCASTING, except for policy direction. And we will maintain our practice of continued improvement of BROADCASTING, which is now in its 30th year. Television will continue to be headquartered in New York.  We hope to achieve the level of editorial competence and acceptance that he envisioned for this publication.
Television ceased publication after the September, 1968 issue and the content was folded into Broadcasting Magazine
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Special Thanks go to Bob Bell for his assistance in acquiring
many of the 60's issues of this Magazine and to Irwin Starr for loaning additional issues for scanning