New book explores the history of broadcast TV in Phoenix

“Phoenix Television” is a new book that looks at the history of broadcast TV in Phoenix, which started with KPHO signing on in 1949. We’ll hear from the co-authors of the book, Arizona State University Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication professor John Craft and Lisa Honebrink, a former City of Phoenix public information officer.

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John Craft, co-authors and Arizona State University Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication professor; Lisa Honebrink, co-author and a former City of Phoenix public information officer.

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Tina Turner: One Last Time

Tina Turner

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