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“Groove Tube offers the first comprehensive account of the representation of the youth rebellions in television and of the sparky reception of those representations in the underground press. Bodroghkozy is the model of a new kind of media historian, one who has produced a book that will attract and hold the interest of Generation X undergrads and old hippies alike.”—Henry Jenkins, author of From Barbie to Mortal Combat — N/A
“Bodroghkozy is right-on when it comes to the details of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, CBS’s firing of us, and the surrounding controversy. Her observations are certainly worth taking the time to read.”—Tom Smothers — N/A
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Aniko Bodroghkozy is Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies at the University of Alberta.
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