Listening in: radio and the American imagination, from Amos 'n' Andy and Edward R. Murrow to Wolfman Jack and Howard Stern
A fascinating cultural history of American radio and its unique influence on American life, institutions, and mores discusses the rise of radio plays during the 1930s and 1940s, the growth of ham radio, 1950s pop radio, and the modern rise of talk radio, from Howard Stern and Rush Limbaugh to NPR. 20,000 first printing.
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The FM Revolution
Why Ham Radio Matters
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Listening In: Radio and the American Imagination, from Amos 'n' Andy and ...
Professor Susan J Douglas
No preview available - 1999