Looking back over the first five years of media myth-smashing. Clips from some of PTTV’s classic favorites. A great look at the early shows’ innovative combination of media art, activism and analysis that were first broadcast live in Manhattan and subsequently distributed around the world. A great compilation for introductory media studies class. Natalie Didn’t Drown: Joan Braderman Reads The National Enquirer(Tape# 12), Brian Winston Reads the TV News: Live and on Tape(Tape# 22), Patty Zimmerman Reads Variety: Hooray for Hollywood?(Tape# 53), Harry Magdoff Reads: Business Week(Tape# 28), Martha Rosler Reads Vogue: Wishing, Dreaming, Winning, Spending(Tape# 25), Serafina Bathrick Reads Working Woman: Women in Grey Flannel Stifle Their Rage(Tape# 24) , Archie Singham Reads Foreign Policy: A Look at the Old Boys’ Network(Tape# 30), Herb Schiller on the Selling of the New Technologies(Tape# 50), Renee Tajima Reads Asian Images in American Films: Charlie Chan Go Home(Tape# 55), Bob Edelman Reads: Sovietski Sport(Tape# 51), Jim Rix Reads: Organic Gardening(Tape# 49), Flo Kennedy Reads U.S. Press On South Africa: The Hair in the Milk(Tape# 72).
1986 TRT: 28 minutes #100