New Book Deal: When Women Invented Television

I’m thrilled to announce that my next book (after Pop Star Goddesses) will be When Women Invented Television, a narrative history of the pivotal early days of TV when women reigned for a brief, shining few years. Here’s the official deal announcement from Harper Books:

NYT-bestselling author of SEINFELDIA Jennifer Keishin Armstrong’s WHEN WOMEN INVENTED TELEVISION, the story of four pivotal women who became television powerhouses, knocking down barriers as they built a new broadcast medium and its genres as we know them today, including Irna Philips’ soap operas, Gertrude Berg’s Jewish sitcom, Hazel Scott’s evening variety show, and Betty White’s daytime talk show, moving to Sarah Haugen at Harper, at auction, by Laurie Abkemeier at DeFiore and Company (world English).


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