International Television & Video Almanac

The International Television & Video Almanac is an annual almanac of the television and video industry that has been published under various titles since 1929.

History

The almanac was first published as The Motion Picture Almanac in 1929, edited and compiled by the staff of Martin Quigley's motion picture trade journal, Exhibitors Herald-World. [1] It became the International Motion Picture Almanac in 1936,[2] then the Motion Picture and Television Almanac and subsequently the International Television Almanac. It has been published by the Quigley Publishing Company since inception.[3]

References

  1. The Motion Picture Almanac. Quigley Publishing Company, Chicago, 1929. p. 6.
  2. International Motion Picture Almanac. Online Books Page, University of Pennsylvania Libraries. Retrieved 18 may 2017.
  3. British Library. Retrieved 18 May 2017.
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