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"Accent" on CBS-TV to View Night Club Scene. Back Stage, Dec. 22, 1961. 3.

Adams, Maryjo. "An American Soap Opera: As the World Turns 1956 - 1978." Order No. 8017211, University of Michigan, 1980.

Adams, Val. "C.B.S. Considers Late Night Show: Shortage of Films May Spur Competition for 'Tonight'." New York Times, Jul. 18, 1966.

Adams, Val. "C.B.S. Considers New Movie Plan: Network Asks Film Studios for Available." New York Times, Dec. 17, 1964.

Adams, Val. "C.B.S. Introducing Pursuit' OCT. 22: TV Series to Offers Dramatic Manhunts" New York Times, Oct 01, 1958.

Adams, Val. "C.B.S. to Develop 11.30 P.M.Entertainment Series." New York Times, Jan. 12, 1967.

Adams, Val. "C.B.S. to Televise Show on Benton: Painter, on 'Accent,' Tells John Ciardi of his Work." New York Times, May 28, 1962.

Adams, Val. "C.B.S. will Drop 'Accent' Program: Cultural Show on Television to be Halted on Sept. 6." New York Times, Aug. 16, 1962.

Adams, Val. "Fonda to Appear on 2D TV Special: Star to be Host-Narrator of 'The Good Years' on C.B.S." New York Times, Sep. 05, 1961.

Bachrach, Judy. "TV Notes: Captain Kangaroo Introspective on show's Anniversary." The Sun, Dec 22, 1970.

Bill. Radio-Television: Tele Follow-Up Comment - One of a Kind. Variety, Mar. 11, 1964. 36.

Bok. "Television Review: John Bartholomew Tucker Show." Variety 269, no. 3 (Nov. 29, 1972): 46.

Brooks, Tim., and Earle Marsh. The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946-Present. 9th ed. New York: Ballantine Books, 2007.

Brown, Harold. "Television: 'See it Now' Plans Program from a Submarine Today: Murrow's Unit Goes Under the Water." New York Herald Tribune, Jan. 20, 1952.

 Brown, Les. "Secret Storm Stilled by C.B.S.: But 20-Year-Old Show Will Resume Under Syndication" New York Times, Jan. 18, 1974.

Carp. CBS Washington Report. Variety, Mar. 27, 1963. 33.

Carp. Television Review: CBS Washington Report. Variety, Sep. 26, 1962. 35.

Cater, Bill and Stelter, Brian, “CBS Cancels ‘As the World Turns’, Procter & Gamble’s Last Soap Opera New York Times, Dec. 8, 2009. 

"CBS-TV Comedy Gamble Pays Off." Variety 221, no. 5 (Dec. 28, 1960): 1, 55.

CBS-TV 'Portrait' 7-Week Run SRO. Variety, Jul. 31, 1963. 29.

Daft, Lynn M. “The 1963 Wheat Referendum: An Interpretation.” Journal of Farm Economics 46, no. 3 (1964): 588–92.

Daniel, Douglass K. Harry Reasoner: A Life In the News. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2007.

"Esther Williams at Cypress Gardens." The Atlanta Constitution, Aug. 08, 1960.

Goldberg, Albert. "Igor and 'Noah' Sink in the Flood." Los Angeles Times, Jun. 16, 1962.

Gould, Jack. "TV: 'See it Now' Returns: Murrow and Friendly Scan Vice Presidency." New York Times (1923-), Oct. 27, 1955.

Gould, Jack. "TV: Cigarettes and Cancer: Murrow Gives First of Two-Part Report on Controversy on His 'See it Now'." New York Times, Jun. 01, 1955.

Gould, Jack. "TV: Middle East Crisis: Murrow, on 'See it Now,' does Sound Job in Coverage of Israel-Egypt Dispute." New York Times, Mar. 14, 1956.

Gros. "Television Review: Henry Fonda & Family." Variety 225, no. 12 (Feb. 14, 1962): 36, 43.

Henniger, Paul. "Graham Roaring Hit with His Linus the Lionhearted." Los Angeles Times, Jul. 05, 1965.

Herm. "Television Review: Esther Williams at Cypress Gardens." Variety  219, no. 11 (Aug. 10, 1960): 31.

Herm. Television Reviews: Tele Follow-UP Comment - CBS Washington Reports. Variety, Dec. 05, 1962. 29.

Hyder, William. "Tucker--Emcee with a New Image." The Sun (1837-), Dec 31, 1967.

King, Vance. "Henry Fonda and the Family." The Hollywood Reporter 168, no. 49 (Feb. 08, 1962): 14.

LaGuardia, Robert. From Ma Perkins to Mary Hartman: The Illustrated History of Soap Operas. New York: Ballantine Books, 1977.

"'Linus' to Star in New Cartoon." The Atlanta Journal and the Atlanta Constitution, Jul. 19, 1964, Sunday ed.

Jose. Television Review: ‘One of a Kind’. Variety (Archive: 1905-2000), Jan. 15, 1964. 35.

Mickelson, Sig. The Decade That Shaped Television News: CBS In the 1950s. Westport, Conn.: Prager, 1998.

Mudd, Roger, The Place to Be: Washington, CBS, and the Glory Days of Television News. New York: PublicAffairs, 2008.

Murrow, Edward R., and Fred W Friendly. See it Now. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1955.

"‘Noah and the Flood’." Boston Globe, Jun. 10, 1962.

"'Noah and the Flood'--Story, Music and Dance." New York Herald Tribune, Jun. 15, 1962.

"Programing: TV Network Showsheets: The Lineups for the Second Quarter." Broadcasting 74, no. 14 (Apr 01, 1968): 116-117.

"Radio-Television: CBS-TV Dickers 'the Good Years'." Variety 220, no. 10 (Nov. 02, 1960): 19.

Radio-Television: CBS-TV 'Pursuit' Champions Tape. Variety, Mar 19, 1958. 24.

Radio-Television: CBS-TV's Summer Pubaffairs Accent. Variety, May 02, 1962. 140.

"Radio-Television: Dick Clark's CBS Deal Puts Him on Three Webs." Variety 241, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1965): 29.

"Radio-Television: Dick Clark Strikes it Rich on Coast." Variety 241, no. 8 (Jan. 12, 1966): 38.

Radio-Television: 'One of a Kind' CBS Sun. Series. Variety, Oct. 30, 1963. 27.

"Radio-Television: Stravinsky 'Noah' Ballet Set for CBS." Variety 222, no. 10 (May 03, 1961): 34.

Rose. "Television Reviews: Noah and the Flood." Variety 227, no. 4 (Jun. 20, 1962): 33.

Shain, Percy. "Dick, Cara Pep Up Fonda Family Frolic: Henry Fonda and the Family, Ch. 5." Boston Globe, Feb. 07, 1962.

Shain, Percy. "Night Watch...: Esther Williams Show All Wet--in Nice Way." Boston Globe, Aug. 09, 1960.

Shanley, John P. "Esther Williams Floats in Cypress Gardens." New York Times, Aug. 09, 1960.

Shanley, John P. "TV: Economics Series: 'Money Talks' Starts 5 shows on C.B.S." New York Times, Aug. 21, 1962.

Shepard, Richard F. " 'Portrait' Replacing Series" New York Times, Jul. 31, 1963.

Slater, Robert, This--Is CBS: A Chronicle of 60 Years. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1988.

"Slow Death for 'Captain Kangaroo': 'Captain Kangaroo' Goes Into Exile." Los Angeles Times, Jan 06, 1982

"'Small World' Ending, 'CBS Reports' to Grow." New York Herald Tribune (1926-1962), Apr 28, 1960.

Stanley Penn "TV Gives More Play to Movies; Network Rivalry Boosts Prices: ABC Leases Marilyn Monroe Pictures; 'Late Late shows' Lure 300,000 New Yorkers." Wall Street Journal, Mar. 10, 1964.

Terrace, Vincent, Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 Through 2010. 2nd ed. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2011.

"That NEVER Ends...: TV's as The World Turns Rolls on and on." Chicago Daily Tribune , Jun. 20, 1959.

The People of South Vietnam: How They Feel about the War: A CBS News Public Opinion Survey. Princeton, N.J., 1967.

Tucker, David C., Lost Laughs of '50s and '60s Television: Thirty Sitcoms That Faded Off Screen. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2010.

Worlds without End: The Art and History of the Soap Opera. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1997.

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