Books tagged: television ads

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Talent Searches Exposed
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Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 8,180. Language: English. Published: April 20, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Entertainment industry
Hopefully the factual information presented in this EBook about Talent Searches and Talent Auditions, will help educated the public to be aware of the process that is taking place all over the country, as well as in Canada. It’s time that the word is spread to stop this ongoing process and put an end to hundreds of thousands of people being stripped of their DREAMS financially.
Lorton's Quick Reads - Volume I
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Price: Free! Words: 5,980. Language: English. Published: July 11, 2011. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
This is a collection of very short stories. Each one is intended to be read in a single sitting, with the goal of being entertaining, with the occasional deep thought tossed in. Most of the time, humor reigns. The stories are so short and enticing, that they are great, fun, quick reads and page-turners.
Payola Bribery In The Record Business And Television
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Price: $3.50 USD. Words: 4,290. Language: English. Published: April 4, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Music
Payola, or paying disc jockeys and other radio and television employees to play particular songs, was the subject of Congressional hearings in 1959 and 1960. Dick Clark, host of American Bandstand, was summoned to testify before a House subcommittee of investigators. At issue was censorship, the suspension of radio and television station licenses, etc. The lessons of payola are pertinent today.
The Time of My Life
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Price: $5.50 USD. Words: 44,560. Language: English. Published: June 10, 2014 by Memoirs Publishing. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
When the opportunity came for Peter McNally to join the board of the newly-created London Weekend Television as Finance Director, Peter, still only in his thirties, seized it with both hands. He became a senior member of the team that steered LWT to dramatic success in the 1970s, eventually sharing in its financial fortunes, which has enabled him to enjoy many hobbies in later life.