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Black Women in Television

An Illustrated History and Bibliography

By George H. Hill, Lorraine Raglin, Chas Floyd Johnson

Routledge – 1990 – 204 pages

Series: Routledge Library Editions: Television

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Description

This bibliography lists more than 700 articles, books, dissertations, and theses on the participation of African American women in the television industry. Includes materials on specific television personalities and programs, and black women's involvement as producers, news anchors, and editorial directors (among other topics). Also provides an extensive essay on the history of black women in television since 1939, and includes photographs of prominent African American television personalities. The appendices list African American women as Emmy, NAACP Image, and Los Angeles Black Media Coalition Technical Achievement award winners and nominees, and black women in starring and co-starring television roles. Indexing of the text covers authors, subjects, programs, films, and stations. Originally published in 1990.

Contents

Foreword Rosalind Cash Introduction. Illustrations. Black Women on Television: A History. Bibliography Part 1: Books 1. Blacks and Television 2. General Television 3. Major Articles Part 2: Articles 1. Personalities 2. Programs 3. General 4. News/Sports 5. Off-Camera Part 3: Dissertations and Theses Appendices Part 1: Awards 1. Emmys 2. Oscars 3. NAACP Image Awards 4. Outstanding Technical Achievement Award Part 2: Starring and Co-Starring Roles 1. Series 2. Movies Indexes 1. Author/Subject 2. Program and Film 3. Station

Name: Black Women in Television: An Illustrated History and Bibliography (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: By George H. Hill, Lorraine Raglin, Chas Floyd Johnson. This bibliography lists more than 700 articles, books, dissertations, and theses on the participation of African American women in the television industry. Includes materials on specific television personalities and programs, and black women's...
Categories: Television Studies, Sociology of Media, Black Studies - Race & Ethnic Studies, Media History, Gender, Television, Television