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The Whole World Was Watching: My Life Under the Media Microscope by Frank Beacham

The Whole World Was Watching: My Life Under the Media Microscope

by Frank Beacham

418 pages
Frank Beacham's autobiography tells of coming of age in the turbulent 1960s and his compelling lifetime adventures as an independent media storyteller.

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About the Book
Frank Beacham's autobiography tells of coming of age in the turbulent 1960s and his compelling lifetime adventures as an independent media storyteller.

Beacham writes behind-the-scenes accounts of the madness at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, the Apollo 11 moon launch, the civil rights movement in Mississippi, his chilling arrest by military dictator Manuel Noriega of Panama and covering American presidents throughout the world.

Beacham describes his topsy-turvy collaboration with Orson Welles, working with the major television networks and breaking new ground in video production. His work includes books, plays and stories that have been turned into film and television programming all while remaining independent.

 

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About the Author
Frank Beacham A writer and producer, Frank Beacham has written six books, built the first inter-format video edit facility in Hollywood and has worked in 27 countries for all the television networks.

Before his independent writing career, Beacham worked for United Press International, Post-Newsweek, Gannett Newspapers and the Miami Herald.

 

 

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