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THE SUMMER DAILY

Saturday, May 12, 1973

tev.
tonight
6:00 2 4 11 13 News
9 This Is Your Life
20 Temple Baptist Church
SO Star Trek
6:30 2 11 CBS News-Roger Mudd
4 13 NBC News--Garrick Utley
7 24 Reasoner Report
9 Fishin' Hole
20 Ozzie and Harriet
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 George Pierrot
7 News
9 Untamed World
11 55 ore Haw
13 Lawrence Welk
20 Movie
"The Spide.r" (1958)
24 Call of the West
7:30 2 Young Dr. Kildare
4 Johnny Mann's Stand up and
Cheer
7 Town Meeting
9 Fiipside
24 Johnny Mann's Stand Up and
Cheer
56 Auction Continues
0:00 2 11 AU in the Family
4 13 Emergency
7,24 Herre We Go Again
9 Front Page Chalienge
30 Movie
Eisenstein's epic "Alexander
Nevsky"
0 That Good Ole Nashville Music
0:30 2 11 Bridget Loves Heroic
7 24 A Touch of Grace
9 Movie
',"The Mountain." (1956)
20 Movie
"Night Tide" (1961)
50 Nitty Gritty
9:00 2 11 MaryTyler Moore
4 13 Movie
"Elmer Gantry" (1960)
7 24 The Strauss Family
50 Black Omnibus
9:30 2 11 obu Newhart
10:00 2 11 Carol Burnett
7 24 Assignment: Vienna
20 Seven Hundred Club
50 Lou Gordon
56 Auction Continues
10:30 9 Diocuiment
30 Eisenstein-Profile
11:00 2 7 11 News
9 CBC News-George Finstad
24 ABC News-Sam Donaldson
11:15 7 ABC News-Sam Donaldson
9 heritage Highway
24 Flipside
11.20 9 News
1:30 2 Movie-Drama
"TheResurrection of Zachary
Wheeler." (1971)
7 Movie
"The Haunting." (English
1963)
.9Movie
"The War Lord" (1965)
11 Movie
"Four for Texas" (1962)
50 Movie
"The Haunted Strangler."
(English; 1958)
11:45 4 13 News
24 Rollin'
12:15 4 Johnny Carson
13 Movie-Drama

JAY SHARBUTT:
Television in review

NEW YORK - The hills maybe ALL THESE SHOWS are pr,;
alive with the sound of music, duced with the main idea of msk-
but these days it's primarily due ing money for their creators; per-
to the reverberations of pop formers appear on them at rela-
music shows that have sprouted tively low fees because the TV
all over television on weekends. exposure helps boost their record
Last night, for example, there sales.
was ABC's "In Concert," fo. But since September, 1971, at
lowed at one a.m. Saturday by least two record labels owned
NBC's "Midnight Special." This by the Columbia Broadcasting
in turn is followed tonight and System have produced TV music
tomorrow night in many cities shows with a different business
by "Flipside," a new syndicated! approach; they only want to boost
half-hour show. record sales.

Because of all the pop n11isi
shows now on TV, he said, "we
might have to evaluate the neces-
sity of our doing the ; things in
light of the fact there are a lot
of other opportunities now for an
artist to be on teleision.'
TURNING NOW fiv loftier
thoughts, at least for tle little
ones, 'What's Skylab All About?"
is coming up S'urday at 12 30
p.m. EDT on CBS-TV. It's ano-
ther of the network's fine news-
for-children series.
On Monday, all three networks
will be out in force for the sched-
uled 1:30 p.m. launch of Skylab,
America's first space lab. They'll
be back Tuesday to televise the
1 p.m. launch of the three astro-
nauts who for four weeks wi'l
live in the space station.

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ALL THREE shows began this
year, "Flipside" being the most
recent entry. And one more is in
the works.
It'll be a series of three 90- ,
minute rock concerts produced
by Tom Owens, a 31-year-old pop
music producer whose firm is
known as Ego Productions of Los
Angeles.
OWENS, WHO says none of the
shows have been given a title
yet, said the first will be taned
in late June and feature four
major acts.
He said his sales representa
tives will try to interest any of
the three networks in buying the
shows, but if that fails, they'll
sell them to individual stations on
a syndicated basis.
"Three into Two Won't Go."
(English; 199)
- 1:30 2 Movie
"Killers from Space." (1954)
7 Movie
"Blow Awful About Alin."
(1970)
11 News
1:45 4 News
2:00 13 News
3:00 2 7 News
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Ohio); $7.50 non-local mail (other
states and foreign).

THE LABELS are Columbia
and Epic. Al Teller, Columbia's
national director of merchandis-
ing, says the two labels jointly
have produced a total of five
half-hour shows seen on TV sta-
tions around the country.
All feature Columbia or Epic
artists. They show up in two -
rock shows, one country and ses-
tern program, one easy-listening
show and one classical music of-
fering.
ALL OF THEM are offered
free to local station in return for
the TV exposure, or they're spon-
sored by major te.ord stores in
the areas in which they appear,
or the two labels huy the TV
time.
Whatever the me-'od, Teller
said, it definitely produces sign-
ificant sales inc-eases for ,be
records of those in the slwis.
And that's the whole idea behind
it.
"IT'S INTERESTING," he iu-
sed. 'We startedi:loin; t h e s e4
things because of the absence of
what we conside-ed exposure for
artists on televisiin "
IF IT WAS MURDER-
WHERE'S THE BODY?
IF IT'S ONLY
A GAME-
WHY THE BLOOD ?

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