Birth of Television
Brief history of television technology from the early twenties to the start of World War II.
Late-Night Talk Shows: 1950 - 1957
Steve Allen's Tonight! show was the first of the classic Late-Night Talk Shows.
Late-Night Talk Shows: 1957 - 1962
Jack Paar, the great conversationalist, left his mark on Late-Night programming.
Late-Night Talk Shows: 1962 - 1972
The first ten years of the reign of Johnny Carson, undisputed King of Late-Night.
Late-Night Talk Shows: 1972 - 1992
Johnny Carson bids a final farewell after almost thirty years of Late-Night TV.
Late-Night Talk Shows: 1992 - present
The Great Talk Shows War ended years ago. The feuds are over. But who really won?
Evolution of Daytime Talk Shows: Part 1
The rapid growth of broadcast television from the end of World War II to 1951.
Evolution of Daytime Talk Shows: Part 2
Fabulous Fifties. The introduction of Today, the longest running network daytime series.
Evolution of Daytime Talk Shows: Part 3
Syndicated Sixties. Today still ruled early morning, and the syndicators controlled daytime talk.
Evolution of Daytime Talk Shows: Part 4
Good Morning America provided competition for Today, and Donahue started a new type of Talk Show.
Evolution of Daytime Talk Shows: Part 5
Today loses its lead to Good Morning America. Sally, Geraldo, and Oprah follow Phil Donahue's lead.
Evolution of Daytime Talk Shows: Part 6
The Nineties. Trash TV has ruled daytime programming for more than a decade. How long will it continue?
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