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Endnotes

  1. Jonathan Stuart Setliff, “The March of Time and the American Century,” (doctoral dissertation, University of Maryland, 2007),  34.

  1. Cynthia B. Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama: Time Magazine, BBDO, and Radio Sponsors, 1931-39,” American Journalism 35, no. 4 (2018): 423; Setliff, 34; Sridhar Pappu and Jay Stowe, “The Last Days of Time Inc.: An Oral History of How the Pre-Eminent Media Organization of the 20th Century Ended Up on the Scrap Heap,” New York Times (New York, NY), May 21, 2018, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/05/19/business/media/time-inc-oral-history.html.

  1. Setliff, 35.

  1. Setliff, 33.

  1. Robert T. Elson, Time Inc.: The Intimate History of a Publishing Enterprise, 1923–1941 (New York: Atheneum, 1968), 86.

  1. Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama,” 423.

  1. “Relinquishing of Editorial Control at Time, Inc. by Henry Luce Marks End of Era; MAGAZINE EMPIRE STARTED IN 1923; 41-Year Publishing Career Has Stirred Controversy and Reaped Profits,” New York Times (New York, NY), April 17, 1964, https://www.nytimes.com/1964/04/17/archives/relinquishing-of-editorial-control-at-time-inc-by-henry-luce-marks.html.

  1. Setliff, 34-35.

  1. “Relinquishing of Editorial Control at Time Inc.,” New York Times.

  1. Setliff, 57.

  1. Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama,” 430-431.

  1. Lawrence W. Lichty and Thomas W. Bohn, “Radio’s March of Time: Dramatized News,” Journalism Quarterly 51, no. 3 (1974): 459. 

  1. Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama,” 429-231.

  1. Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama,” 428-432.

  1. Lawrence W. Lichty and Thomas W. Bohn, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” Journal of Popular Film 2, no. 4 (1973), 375.

  1. “The Press: Question of Responsibility,” Time, February 29, 1932, 2,  https://content.time.com/time/subscriber/article/0,33009,882095,00.html.

  1. Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama,”; Cynthia B. Meyers, “Media History and Advertising Archives,” American Journalism 37, no. 2 (2020): 246.

  1. Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama,” 422.

  1. Ibid, 434.

  1. “The Press: Question of Responsibility,” Time, https://content.time.com/time/subscriber/article/0,33009,882095,00.html.

  1. Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama,” 432.

  1. Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama,” 435.

  1. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 381.

  1. Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama,” 433.

  1. 9 million figure comes from Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama,” 437; 38 million comes from an advertisement for Time products in Gracia Ramirez, “The March of Time in Britain and the International History of Documentary Film,” Film History: An International Journal 32, no. 2 (2020): 6.

  1. Setliff, 63.

  1. Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama,” 437.

  1. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 375-376.

  1. Setliff, 64.

  1. Ibid, 65.

  1. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 375.

  1. Setliff, 7.

  1. Ibid, 66.

  1. Ibid, 78.

  1. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 377-378; Raymond Fielding, “Time Flickers Out: Notes on the Passing of the ‘March of Time,’” The Quarterly of Film Radio and Television 11, no. 4,  (1957): 356.

  1. Steliff, 76.

  1. Michael T. Isenberg, “The Historian and the Myth of the ‘Objective Camera:’ A Critique of Film Reality,” Teaching History: A Journal of Methods 1, no. 1 (1976): 10.

  1. Ramirez, 2.

  1. Ramirez, 2; Setliff, 8.

  1. Ramon Girona and Jordi Xifra,”Inside Nazi Germany and PR War Films in America,” Public Relations Review 39, no. 5 (2013): 514.

  1. Girona & Xifra, 514.

  1. Ramirez, 2; Girona & Xifra, 514.

  1. Setliff, 8.

  1. Isenberg, 9.

  1. Ramirez, 2.

  1. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 377.

  1. Setliff, 74.

  1. Ibid, 74.

  1. Charles Wolfe, “Historicising the ‘Voice of God’: The Place of Vocal Narration in Classical Documentary,” Film History 9, (1997): 152-153.

  1. Setliff, 139.

  1. Ibid, 74.

  1. Setliff, 66-67; Meyers, “The March of Time Radio Docudrama”; Raymond Fielding, “Mirror of Discontent: The March of Time and Its Political Controversial Film Issues,” Western Political Quarterly 12, no. 1 (1959): 145; Girona & Xifra, 515; Ramirez, 1-2. In order of appearance.

  1. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 376.

  1. Setliff, 117.

  1. Ibid, 88.

  1. Ibid, 273-286.

  1. William Alexander, “The March of Time and the World Today,” American Quarterly 29, no. 2 (1977): 185.

  1. Setliff, 84-85.

  1. Jessica Schoenbaechler, “A View from the Classroom: Film & History Conference,” Film & History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies 37, no. 1 (2007): 10; Ramorez, 7-9.

  1. Schoenbaechler, 10.

  1. Setliff, 93.

  1. Raymond Fielding, The March of Time, 1935-1951 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1978).

  1. Setliff, 110; Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 382.

  1. Setliff, 140.

  1. Ramirez, 14.

  1. Setliff, 118.

  1. Fielding, “Mirror of Discontent,”  146.

  1. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 382.

  1. Fielding, “Mirror of Discontent,”  146.

  1. Girona & Xifra, 516-517; Fielding, “Mirror of Discontent,” 147.

  1. Fielding, “Mirror of Discontent,” 147; Setliff, 118.

  1. Fielding, “Mirror of Discontent,” 148.

  1. Ibid, 148.

  1. Setliff, 122.

  1. Peter C. Rollins, “Ideology and Film Rhetoric,” Journal of Popular Film 5, no. 2 (1976): 129.

  1. Ibid, 165-168.

  1. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 382.

  1. Ramirez, 7; Setliff, 180-181, 269.

  1. Setliff, 107.

  1. Ramirez, 7.

  1. Setliff, 194.

  1. “Relinquishing of Editorial Control at Time, Inc.”

  1. Ramirez, 7.

  1. Bangkok Oasis on a Troubled Continent. (1953: Time, Inc.) streaming,  https://media.dlib.indiana.edu/media_objects/ws85b255q.

  1. Bangkok Oasis on a Troubled Continent; Indonesia, An Empire’s Problem, (1949: Time Inc.), streaming, https://media.dlib.indiana.edu/media_objects/sf268s11c; India, (1944: Time, Inc.), streaming, https://media.dlib.indiana.edu/media_objects/5q47s8912.  

  1. Setliff, 18.

  1. Heart Disease, (1937: Time, Inc.), streaming, https://media.dlib.indiana.edu/media_objects/n8710b802

  1. Life with Grandpa, (1949: Time, Inc.), streaming, https://media.dlib.indiana.edu/media_objects/pv63gk88h

  1. Joseph Clark, News Parade: The American Newsreel and the World as Spectacle (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2020), 173.

  1. Americans All, (1944: Time, Inc.), streaming, https://media.dlib.indiana.edu/media_objects/q811m587h

  1. Setliff, 230.

  1. Setliff, 230-231.

  1. Setliff, 259; Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 384.

  1. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 383-384.

  1. Ibid, 384.

  1. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 383; Fielding, “Time Flickers Out,” 357; Setliff, 262.

  1. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 383-385.

  1. Fielding, “Time Flickers Out,” 356.

  1. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 385.

100. Marc Singer, “Making History: Cinematic Time and the Powers of Retrospection in Citizen Kane and Nixon,” Journal of Narrative Theory 38, no. 2 (2008): 188.


101. Setliff, 71-72.

102. Bohn and Lichty, “The March of Time: News as Drama,” 385-386.