Andy Griffith, TV Guide

Andy Griffith and Ronnie Howard on the cover of TV Guide magazine, January 28, 1961. TV Guide was a bi-weekly magazine founded in 1948 that listed the times of when different programs would air. The magazine also included celebrity interviews and gossip, film reviews, and crossword puzzles. The magazine was most popular in the 1970s.The magazine's circulation has significantly decreased with on-screen guides, online listings, and streaming networks (Netflix, Hulu, Amazon).

Andy Griffith, TV Guide
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TV Guide #409. 1961. Print. Flickr. http://www.flickr.com/photos/trainman/1801523558 (Accessed December 10, 2018)

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