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A New Way To Look At Television

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Inspired by the belief that television can do much more to enrich our lives, Time-Life Films was born a little over two years ago.

One of our first projects was an outstanding 60 minutes on NBC — the "Civilisation" preview Special. (By the way, the entire 14-part "Civilisation"-series is now available for syndication.)

Then we delivered "The Six Wives of Henry VIII" to CBS. And this year added "The Search for the Nile" on NBC. While all that was happening, we also produced eight Life Adventure Specials for Alcoa.

And there are more good things on the way, like the 13-hour "America"—a personal view of history by Alistair Cooke —starting next November 14th on NBC. Meanwhile, we offer many, many more programs in syndication.

We'd like to think our particular view of television is part of a significant trend. And we're not alone in that view.

Companies like Xerox, Volkswagen, Polaroid, Mobil, Chevrolet and Alcoa have considered our programs good national buys. Just think of what good spot carriers they'll be for you. So, come see us in our Hospitality Suite at the NAB and discover our new way of looking at television. Who knows? We might just see eye to eye.

We'll see you in Chicago at the NAB, Conrad Hilton, Suite 2300.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1972-04-05). A New Way To Look At Television. Variety p. 77.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "A New Way To Look At Television." Variety [add city] 1972-04-05, 77. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "A New Way To Look At Television." Variety, edition, sec., 1972-04-05
  • Turabian: "A New Way To Look At Television." Variety, 1972-04-05, section, 77 edition.
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