Woods, Crawford
September 1973
New Republic;9/8/73 Supplement, Vol. 169 Issue 9, p25
Presents information on the publication of the "TVBE," a new monthly magazine issue of television. Information on the format of the magazine; Information about the young reporters of the magazine; Fondness of the magazine for interview-as-article; Problems with the verbatim interviews; Report that the major part of the magazine is filled out by reviews, hardware reports, book notes, games and confessionals, all readable and, as the communicators say, information-rich.


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