TV Guide Magazine for January 21-27, 1961, Featuring First Live Televised Presidential Press Conference

Summary

President John F. Kennedy seemed to understand instinctively how to use the new medium of television. He held the first live televised Presidential press conference on January 25, 1961, and continued this regularly throughout his Presidency. Although this live broadcast did not make the cover of this TV Guide magazine it did contain a "Special" brief article about this event.

President John F. Kennedy seemed to understand instinctively how to use the new medium of television. He held the first live televised Presidential press conference on January 25, 1961, and continued this regularly throughout his Presidency. Although this live broadcast did not make the cover of this TV Guide magazine it did contain a "Special" brief article about this event.

Artifact

Magazine (Periodical)

Date Made

January 1964

Subject Date

21 January 1964-27 January 1964

Creators

Triangle Publications, Inc. 

Engstead, John, 1909-1983 

Place of Creation

United States, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

Creator Notes

Cover photo by John Engstead. Published by Triangle Publications Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 On Exhibit

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Object ID

2013.110.1

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Printing (Process)

Color

Multicolored

Dimensions

Height: 7.5 in

Width: 5.25 in

Thickness: .188 in

Inscriptions

Text on front cover: A PSYCHOLOGIST TELLS / WHY "PRICE" IS / RIGHT FOR VIEWERS / TV / GUIDE / BARBARA STANWYCK

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