As Seen on TV: The 1968 National Democratic Convention

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American History

 

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February 10, 2017

 

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In 1968, about a quarter of all homes in the United States had a color television. (tvhistory.tv) Television had been around long enough to be familiar, but it was still young enough to have an impact on its audience. It could still be groundbreaking and electrifying to those watching. Party conventions were one example of an event held almost to serve the advent of this mass media...
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Party conventions were one example of an event held almost to serve the advent of this mass media. Images from all over the world could be broadcast as though it were happening in your own living room. The public trusted the news anchors to be unbiased and fair, presenting all sides of the story. However, in 1964 television news coverage began changing its facade of non-bias...
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