Television Screen Magazine was a NBC TV series which debuted 17 November 1946 and ran from 1946 to 1949. Hosts and panelists included John McCaffery, Millicent Fenwick, and George F. Putnam. The program featured a magazine-type format with various subjects and guests. According to some sources, as the series aired during the early days of television, very few famous people agreed to appear on the series.
It is unclear if any episodes survive of this series. It is certain that none of the 1946 episodes survive, as NBC did not start kinescoping its programs until 1947, and even then only a few series were recorded.