How various media affect the way people live and think is explored in an informative magazine-style survey that includes documentary, animated and dramatized segments. Each episode of the eight-part 1982 series has a different host: Cheryl Tiegs for `Photography,' Ruth Warrick for `Soap Operas,' John Cameron Swayze for `TV News,' Victor Borge for `Language,' Mark Shields for `Political Spots,' Bill Blass for `Design,' Tony Kahn for `Soundaround' and Peter Schwartz for `The Future.'
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