Television fraud: the history and implications of the quiz show scandals
Greenwood Press, 1978 - 226 sivua
Anderson provides an unprecedented probe into the inner workings of the quiz shows. He details their "honest" beginnings and explains how the practice of supplying answers grew out of a desire to keep popular contestants on the air as long as possible to boost ratings.
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Television Fraud: The History and Implications of the Quiz Show Scandals
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