1960 - The 1st televised Presidential Debate - President JFK and Vice President Richard Nixon

1960: First televised presidential debate

1960 - The 1st televised Presidential Debate - President JFK and Vice President Richard Nixon

First televised presidential debate 1960.  JFK had me the minute he flashed those pearly whites!

First televised presidential debate 1960. JFK had me the minute he flashed those pearly whites!

52 years ago today marked the first televised presidential debate. Vice President Richard Nixon sparred with Senator John F. Kennedy.   http://www.ldcfitzgerald.com/first-televised-presidential-debate-kennedy-nixon-sept-26-1960/

52 years ago today marked the first televised presidential debate. Vice President Richard Nixon sparred with Senator John F. Kennedy. http://www.ldcfitzgerald.com/first-televised-presidential-debate-kennedy-nixon-sept-26-1960/

The first televised presidential debate was in 1960 and required Congress to suspend the equal time rule of the Comm. Act of 1934, which required all candidates be given equal coverage, which would have made a debate very difficult. This is Kennedy's opening statement at the first debate.

The first televised presidential debate was in 1960 and required Congress to suspend the equal time rule of the Comm. Act of 1934, which required all candidates be given equal coverage, which would have made a debate very difficult. This is Kennedy's opening statement at the first debate.

America’s First Televised Presidential Debate On September 26, 1960, John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon took part in America’s first televised debate, whi

America’s First Televised Presidential Debate On September 26, 1960, John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon took part in America’s first televised debate, whi

first televised presidential debate. Kennedy, right, and the opposing party, left.

first televised presidential debate. Kennedy, right, and the opposing party, left.

The first televised presidential debate was on September 26, 1960, and it involved U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon, left, and Sen. John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts.

5 surprising things that 1960s TV changed - CNN.com

The first televised presidential debate was on September 26, 1960, and it involved U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon, left, and Sen. John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts.

Debating on Television: Then and Now - Kennedy and Nixon squared off in the first televised presidential debate 56 years ago & politics have never been the same. Alittle more than half a century ago, American politics stumbled into a new era. In WBBM-TV studios in Chicago on September 26, 1960, presidential candidates Richard M. Nixon & John F. Kennedy stood before cameras and hot lights for the first-ever televised presidential debate. An extraordinary 60 percent of adults nationwide

Debating on Television: Then and Now

Debating on Television: Then and Now - Kennedy and Nixon squared off in the first televised presidential debate 56 years ago & politics have never been the same. Alittle more than half a century ago, American politics stumbled into a new era. In WBBM-TV studios in Chicago on September 26, 1960, presidential candidates Richard M. Nixon & John F. Kennedy stood before cameras and hot lights for the first-ever televised presidential debate. An extraordinary 60 percent of adults nationwide

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