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6 thoughts on “1960-1965: Boise (Idaho Daily Statesman) Radio-TV Listings”
(LIVE) probably meant picked up directly over cable or microwave, not a tape sent to the station to be broadcast a day or so later. The Thin Man was not a “live” teleplay.
Bob Salter on KBOI.
The Today Show on NBC TV – One hour. That is all you need. This 4 hour nonsense is for the birds.
Dinah Washington: Radio was great but now it’s out of date. TV is the thing this year.
The westerns started moving to TV and they had been a big part of the radio entertainment. Wrestling was big. And then came roller derby!
Captain Kangaroo listed at 11:00 on Saturday morning as LIVE. Whoever put these listings together at the newspaper must have been half asleep.