Marvin Kitman: Satirist Whose Main Target Was TV

From a New York Times obit by Sam Roberts headlined “Marvin Kitman, Satirist Whose Main Target Was TV, Dies at 93”:

Marvin Kitman, who survived longer as a television reviewer than most of the programs he mirthfully critiqued, and who as a satirist and amateur historian audaciously, if belatedly, audited George Washington’s Revolutionary War expense account, died at the Actors Fund Home in Englewood, N.J.

Mr. Kitman joined the leftist but anti-Soviet magazine The New Leader as a TV critic in 1967, only after the magazine’s editor agreed that he could reveal in his first column that he had never regularly watched television.