Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Quiz Show Producer Gone - Should one of the Medford "Funny" Managers be tried for PERJURY?

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Know any creepy board member and "funny" manager who allegedly committed perjury on Halloween 2016?

In 2000, the Archive of American Television conducted a nearly four-hour interview with Freedman. In the interview, he explained that he was happily producing Tic-Tac-Dough when the producers Barry & Enright approached him about working on Twenty-One, which had very poor ratings.
Freedman was pulled onto the show and told to come up with some ideas for saving it. The problem, explained Freedman, was that the contestants were losing too quickly. "The excitement is to build up the winner, week after week." He said that the idea of fixing the game's outcomes was seen as necessary to reviving an otherwise boring program. "When I took over Twenty-One, I was aware that control was necessary."

Freedman in 1958 in New York, as he is booked on two charges of perjury for denying that he gave questions and answers to quiz show contestants.
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