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Robert Abelman. Reaching a Critical Mass: A Critical Analysis of Television Entertainment. L. Erlbaum Associates. 1998. 499pp.

Albert Abramson. The History of Television, 1880 to 1941. McFarland. 1987. 354pp.

Albert Abramson. The History of Television, 1942 to 2000. McFarland. 2002. 309pp.

Robin Andersen. Consumer Culture and TV Programming. Westview Press. 1995. 306pp.

Robert V. Bellamy, Jr.; James R. Walker. Television and the Remote Control: Grazing on a Vast Wasteland. Guilford Press. 1996. 192pp.

A. William Bluem; Roger Manvell (editor). The Progress of Television: An Anglo-American Survey. Focal Press. 1967. 328pp.

Aniko Bodroghkozy. Groove Tube: Sixties Television and the Youth Rebellion. Duke University Press. 2001. 320pp.

M. Keith Booker. Strange TV: Innovative Television Series from the Twilight Zone to the X-files. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2002. 187pp.

Pierre Bourdieu. Translated by Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson. On Television. The New Press. 1999. 104pp.

Mary Ellen Brown. Television and Women's Culture: The Politics of the Popular. Sage. 1990. 244pp.

R. W. Burns. Television: An International History of the Formative Years. IET. 1998. 661pp.

Jeremy G. Butler. Television: Critical Methods and Applications. Routledge. 2007. 511pp.

Mary B. Cassata; Thomas Skill. Television: A Guide to the Literature. Oryx Press. 1985. 148pp.

Richard Collins. Television: Policy and Culture. Routledge. 1990. 276pp.

George A. Comstock; Erica Scharrer. Television: What's On, Who's Watching, and What It Means. Academic Press. 1999. 388pp.

Peter Conrad. Television: The Medium and Its Manners. Routledge. 1982. 170pp.

Bruce Cumings. War and Television. Verso. 1994. 320pp.

Aaron Doyle. Arresting Images: Crime and Policing in Front of the Television Camera. University of Toronto Press. 2003. 198pp.

Hal Erickson. Syndicated Television: The First Forty Years, 1947-1987. McFarland. 1989. 418pp.

David E. Fisher; Marshall Fisher. Tube: The Invention of Television. Counterpoint. 1996. 448pp.

Jostein Gripsrud (editor). Television and Common Knowledge. Routledge. 1999. 209pp.

Sara Gwenllian-Jones; Roberta E. Pearson (editor). Cult Television. University of Minnesota Press. 2004. 242pp.

Stephen Herbert (editor). A History of Early Television. Taylor & Francis. 2004. (3 vols.) 1248pp.

Richard Whittaker Hubbell. 4000 Years of Television: The Story of Seeing at a Distance. G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1942. 256pp.

Mark Jancovich; James Lyons (editor). Quality Popular Television: Cult TV, the Industry and Fans. British Film Institute. 2003. 204pp.

Jeff Kisseloff. The Box: An Oral History of Television, 1920-1961. Viking. 1995. 592pp.

Jeremy H. Lipschultz; Michael L. Hilt. Crime and Local Television News: Dramatic, Breaking, and Live from the Scene. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 2002. 173pp.

Ruth Lorand (editor). Television: Aesthetic Reflections. P. Lang. 2002. 274pp.

Amanda D. Lotz. The Television Will Be Revolutionized. NYU Press. 2007. 328pp.

David Marc. Bonfire of the Humanities: Television, Subliteracy, and Long-Term Memory Loss. Syracuse University Press. 1995. 174pp.

Martin Mayer. About Television. Harper & Row. 1972. 433pp.

Ellen Mickiewicz. Television, Power, and the Public in Russia. Cambridge University Press. 2008. 220pp.

Mark Crispin Miller. Boxed In: The Culture of TV. Northwestern University Press. 1988. 349pp.

Paul Monaco. Understanding Society, Culture, and Television. Praeger. 1998. 141pp.

Barbara Moore; Marvin R. Bensman; Jim Van Dyke. Prime-Time Television: A Concise History. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2006. 305pp.

Horace Newcomb (editor). Television: The Critical View. Oxford University Press. 2000. 721pp.

Shelly Palmer. Television Disrupted: The Transition from Network to Networked TV. Focal Press. 2006. 224pp.

Monroe Edwin Price. Television, the Public Sphere, and National Identity. Oxford University Press. 1995. 301pp.

Robert J. Savage, Jr.. Irish Television: The Political and Social Origins. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1996. 234pp.

Michael Scriven; Monia Lecomte (editor). Television Broadcasting in Contemporary France and Britain. Berghahn Books. 1999. 235pp.

George Shiers. Early Television: A Bibliographic Guide to 1940. Taylor & Francis. 1997. 616pp. With assistance by May Shiers.

Anthony Slide. The Television Industry: A Historical Dictionary. Greenwood Press. 1991. 374pp.

Lynn Spigel; Jan Olsson (editor). Television After TV: Essays on a Medium in Transition. Duke University Press. 2004. 448pp.

Janet Thumim (editor). Small Screens, Big Ideas: Television in the 1950s. I. B. Tauris. 2002. 262pp.

Joseph H. Udelson. The Great Television Race: A History of the American Television Industry, 1925-1941. University of Alabama Press. 1982. 197pp.

Richard C. Webb. Tele-Visionaries: The People Behind the Invention of Television. Wiley-Interscience. 2005. 170pp.

Diane Werts. Christmas on Television. Praeger. 2006. 245pp.

Helen Wheatley (editor). Re-Viewing Television History: Critical Issues in Television Historiography. I. B. Tauris. 2008. 245pp.

Helen Wheatley. Gothic Television. Manchester University Press. 2006. 244pp.

Raymond Williams. Television: Technology and Cultural Form. Routledge. 2003. 172pp.

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