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Week of
January 15-
Jamiary 21, 1961
Or the Air 5
Week'* TV Tip* - 6
Week's Program* _ 8-49
TV Crossword..-. 50
Public Affairs.— 51
Sports on TV 51
D. C. Stadias 52
TVMaibog 53
Baltimore 54,55
Harrisonburg, Vo. 55
Movies on TV... 56,57
Color on TV .... 57
Index 56,59
Show Stoppers.... 60
The Sunday Star TV Magazine, Washington, D. C., January 15, 1961
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INCOMING, OUTGOING— In the news spotlight at
ABC—James Hagerty, who last week was announced
to succeed John Daly as new chief. Veteran Bill
Shadel will anchor ABC’s Inaugural coverage .Friday.
That stirring and impressive moment in
American history—the Inauguration of a new
President and Vice President—will be brought to
millions of viewers Friday and, once more, the
capital city is also the capital of the electronic
news world.
Mr. Brinkley will not have to look for Mr.
Huntley on the monitor; Walter Cronkite will be
back in the town where he got his start, and of
more piquant note, perhaps, will be Bill Shadel’s
performance in the spot held so long on ABC by
John Daly. Mr. Daly will be here—but only as a
The Inauguration of John F. Kennedy (whose
large family poses no little problem to TV
spotters) as President and Lyndon Johnson as
Vice-President will be ABC’s first coverage of a
major event in years without Daly as anchor
man. (Hagerty takes over January 23.)
Don’t look, incidentally, for the Sinatra
produced Inaugural Gala on the Thursday night
schedules. It will not be televised. What the net
works (channels four, seven and nine) will cover
in detail are the swearing-in ceremonies Friday,
the colorful parade which follows, and (on chan
nels 4 and 9) a late night look-in at the Inau
gural Ball at the National Armory.
Bernie Harrison.

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