Cold War Conversations History Podcast

Watching Socialism: The Television Revolution in Eastern Europe

August 31, 2019 Season 3 Episode 78
Cold War Conversations History Podcast
Watching Socialism: The Television Revolution in Eastern Europe
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Cold War Conversations History Podcast
Watching Socialism: The Television Revolution in Eastern Europe
Aug 31, 2019 Season 3 Episode 78
Ian Sanders & Anna Rose Canzano
Watching Socialism exhibition. Organized in collaboration with British-Slovenian media historian Sabina Mihelj and British cultural historian Susan Reid, this exhibition focuses on the impact of Cold War-era television programming in Eastern and Western Europe on private lives. exhibition focuses on the impact of Cold War-era television programming in Eastern and Western Europe on private lives.
Show Notes

Today we’re at the Wende Museum in Los Angeles at their Watching Socialism exhibition. Organized in collaboration with British-Slovenian media historian Sabina Mihelj and British cultural historian Susan Reid, this exhibition focuses on the impact of Cold War-era television programming in Eastern and Western Europe on private lives. 

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So back to today’s episode. I’m delighted to welcome Anna Rose Canzano of the Wende Museum to Cold War Conversations.

If you’d like to learn more and see photos of the Wende museum and exhibition then head over to our show notes which are at coldwarconversations.com/episode78 or will show as a link in some podcast apps. The show notes also have some videos relating to this episode.