Evolution Of Media Violence

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Music and Movies

 

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May 28, 2016

 

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Vaudeville-Comedy was also popular. The hard ships of the 1930's and then World War II, made it important for citizens to be able to relax as radio brought popular entertainers and adventure stories into their homes. The third stage of programming lasted from 1945 until the early 1950's, when television had a explosive growth...
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Television was preserved as "radio with pictures." Many entertainers and entire programs were transferred successfully from radio to television. At the beginning of the fourth stage, known as The Golden Age of Television, variety shows were the most popular program format. Another television staple of this era was the western...
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