Retro greetings from zomboyaschika
• Retro greeting from zomboyaschika
The cult TV continues its confident step on the planet. However, a growing number of people refuses to view TV channels, and we see this as a plus. Bias of the abundance of advertising and just kill a person in the audience.
But at a time when TV only came about in the life of an ordinary man in the middle of the last century, view any transfer was akin to going to a movie or something more meaningful.
The demonstrators workers watch TV in a tent outside the gates of a metallurgical plant in the US state of Indiana, during a strike in 1959.
Now any time a child can turn on the TV and watch cartoons. Whether business in the last century. Then we knew by heart and television program showing the cartoon was a great holiday. The same was true of watching sports broadcasts and news bulletins. In general, we're going into a world where television was not zomboyaschiku - a source of joy and fresh news. Namely, in the period 1948-1972 America's.
From the beginning of the television often spoke badly. In 1961, the FCC Kennedy fund manager, Newton Minow, characterized the majority of television programs such as "devastating." Today, many children's doctors, expressing their opinions about public morality, expressed on TV, as a calling: "... obesity, political apathy, high homicide rates, low literacy Sometimes it seems that every social ill is connected (or can be connected. ) to some extent with the TV. " Below is a selection of photos that impartially shows that most national pastime in America is watching TV.
Milwaukee fans watching the game of his team in the World Series in 1957, when the Braves win their Yankees
bar in Chicago Visitors attentively watch 1952 World Series between the Dodgers and Yankees. (Yankees won.)
The wife of astronaut Scott Carpenter, Renee, and son, Mark, looking for his orbital flight in 1962. It was the second manned orbital flight of NASA, after John Glenn, and it lasted for about five hours.
baseball fans delighted by the first and only of the founding of a series victory Braves in the World Series in 1957 in Milwaukee.
People watch John F. Kennedy appeal to the people during the Cuban missile crisis in October 1962.
Lyndon Johnson, a likely candidate for the vice presidency, watching on TV the Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles in 1960
The various TV channels of cable television CATV (community antenna television) subscribers available in Elmira, New York, in 1966.
Writer Russell Finch bathroom enjoys a cigar and a TV show in 1948.
The boy is watching TV in the window shop of home appliances in 1948.
A migrant orphan (as a result of the Korean War), Kang Koo Ri, watching television in their new home in Los Angeles in 1956.
, Vice-President Richard Nixon and his wife Pat are looking to adopt a convention of the Republican Party in Chicago in 1960 in his hotel room.
domesticated chimpanzee named Zippy watching television, 1955
Persistent New York Giants fans watching a football match in a motel, a borough of New York, in December 1962.
The men are watching TV through the shop window in Pennsylvania, 1948
group of swimmers in the indoor pool looking statement Russian Ambassador (USSR) in the United Nations Jacob Malik, the UN Security Council in 1950.
Six-year girl painted cartoon character "Winky Dink" on the home screen of the TV. This is the first interactive show for children's development. It aired for four years in the 1950s.
Sisters Kim Korean origin threesome sing along with the song, popular in the United States in 1960, 1960
salespeople watching TV in a hotel room in 1958.
The actress Diahann Carroll and journalist David Frost look at themselves in different talk show. Carroll and Frost were once engaged, but never married.
Browse westerns on television, 1950
A class of schoolchildren in Minneapolis look at the video "cool lesson" at the time, as the public schools of the city went on strike in 1951.
railwayman family watches television in the trailer, in a camp for workers, Utah, 1957
Thomas Farmer Family B. Knox looks Ed Sullivan and forecaster Ricky Lane in The Ed Sullivan Show, 1958