Posts Tagged: 1961

Time Magazine JFK inauguration

Color Me Hopeful- Remembering the Kennedy Inauguration

Tomorrow is a day of no TV for me. Inauguration day, 2017 my TV goes dark. For over 50 years I have watched with pride every televised presidential swearing-in.  Whether on an oversize mahogany housed Philco, a portable RCA, a

Time Magazine JFK inauguration

Color Me Hopeful- Remembering the Kennedy Inauguration

Tomorrow is a day of no TV for me. Inauguration day, 2017 my TV goes dark. For over 50 years I have watched with pride every televised presidential swearing-in.  Whether on an oversize mahogany housed Philco, a portable RCA, a

JFK Inauguration 1961

JFK’s Inauguration: A Colorful Account

TV and John Kennedy were made for each other. The Kennedy years stand out as a time bracketed by TV milestones. In the years between the Great Debates and the network coverage of the assassination and funeral of the president,

JFK Inauguration 1961

JFK’s Inauguration: A Colorful Account

TV and John Kennedy were made for each other. The Kennedy years stand out as a time bracketed by TV milestones. In the years between the Great Debates and the network coverage of the assassination and funeral of the president,

Vintage Tv set girl

JFK’s Inauguration: A Colorful Account

January 20, 1961-The Day a Black and White World Changed to Color I was proud as a peacock. The year was 1961. John F. Kennedy was the first president I ever saw sworn in on television and I got to

Vintage Tv set girl

JFK’s Inauguration: A Colorful Account

January 20, 1961-The Day a Black and White World Changed to Color I was proud as a peacock. The year was 1961. John F. Kennedy was the first president I ever saw sworn in on television and I got to