The Tuxedo Park Library Authors’ Circle presents David Bianculli

The writer of 'The Platinum Age of Television' will speak on Sunday, April 2


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  • David Bianculli will discuss his book, "The Platinum Age of Television," this Sunday, April 2, at the Tuxedo Park Public Library.




  • Author and television critic David Bianculli.




  • Katie Rosman, editor and columnist for SundayStyles at The New York Times, will interview author David Bianculli on Sunday, April 2, in the first in a series of the Tuxedo Park Library Authors' Circle programs titled "Conversations with Katie."



— The Tuxedo Park Library Authors’ Circle will present David Bianculli on Sunday, April 2, at 3 p.m.

This is first in a series of Authors’ Circle programs titled “Conversations with Katie” with Katie Rosman, editor and columnist, for SundayStyles at The New York Times.

One of the best television critics explains — historically, in depth, and with probing interviews with the celebrated creators themselves — how the art of must-see/binge-watch television has evolved and why TV shows have eclipsed films as the premier form of visual narrative art in our time.

Sure to be riveting dialog between two seasoned interviewers and experts on pop culture.

About the authorDavid Bianculli has been a TV critic since 1975 and is currently a guest host and TV critic on NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross and has been a contributor to the show since its inception.

From 1993 to 2007 Bianculli was a TV critic for the New York Daily News. He has written three books: "Dangerously Funny: The Uncensored Story of the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," "Teleliteracy: Taking Television Seriously" and "Dictionary of Teleliteracy."

An associate professor of TV and film at Rowan University in New Jersey, Bianculli is also the founder and editor of the online magazine TVWorthWatching.com.

About the interviewerKatie Rosman is an editor and columnist for the SundayStyles in The New York Times.

Before joining The Times, Rosman was a staff reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Her work has also appeared in the New Yorker and Elle.

A native of Michigan, she lives in New York with her husband and two children.

Rosman was also a featured Authors’ Circle author in 2010 for her book "If You Knew Suzy: A Mother, A Daughter, A Reporter’s Notebook," a memoir about losing her mother to cancer and her quest for more information gleaned from contacts in her mother’s address book.

Essential informationRegister on the library’s online calendar at tuxedoparklibrary.org.

The Tuxedo Park Library is located at 227 Route 17.

For additional information, call 845-351-2207.



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