Book Discussion on Television Tightrope
Ralph Baruch talked about his book Television Tightrope: How I Escaped Hitler, Survived CBS, and Fathered Viacom, published by Probitas… read more
Ralph Baruch talked about his book Television Tightrope: How I Escaped Hitler, Survived CBS, and Fathered Viacom, published by Probitas Press. His book deals with his beginnings as an escapee from Nazi-held Germany to his experiences as one of the principal founders of Viacom.
Ralph Baruch is also the author of How Broadcasting and Cable Happened (In Spite of the FCC) and the winner of numerous awards including an Emmy and the International Radio and Television Society’s Gold Medal.
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