Radio in the Television Age

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Overlook Press, Apr 1, 1983 - Performing Arts - 240 pages
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A history of modern radio shows why radio survived the advent of television, covers radio advertising, programming, technology, and news, and discusses radio pioneers, noncommercial radio, and government deregulation

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Contents

THE GOLDEN AGE ENDS l
1
THE EMERGING TEEN CULTURE
35
FORMATS
59
Copyright

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Pete Fornatale is an award-winning broadcaster who has been a fixture on the New York City radio scene for the past forty years. The author of Simon and Garfunkel's"Bookends", he can currently be heard on in the New York area on WFUV radio's Mixed Bag.

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