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The NBC Advisory Council and Radio Programming, 1926-1945

Louise M Benjamin - Performing Arts - 2009 - 168 pages
In 1926, the new NBC networks established an advisory board of prominent citizens to help it make program decisions as well as to deflect concerns over NBC’s dominance over ...
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Sacramento on the Air: How the McClatchy Family Revolutionized West Coast ...

Annette Kassis - Performing Arts - 2015 - 160 pages
In 1921, a chance encounter with a radio receiver sent Sacramento Bee newspaperman Carlos McClatchy on a determined path to break into broadcasting. Ushered by the enterprising ...
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A History of Broadcasting in the United States: Volume 2: The Golden Web ...

Erik Barnouw - Performing Arts - 1968 - 400 pages
Tells how radio and television became an integral part of American life, of how a toy became an industry and a force in politics, business, education, religion, and ...
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Points on the Dial: Golden Age Radio beyond the Networks

Alexander Russo - Performing Arts - 2010 - 291 pages
The golden age of radio is often recalled as a time when the medium unified the nation, when families gathered around the radios in homes across the country to listen to live ...
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Progressives at War: William G. McAdoo and Newton D. Baker, 1863–1941

Douglas B. Craig - Biography & Autobiography - 2013 - 525 pages
In this dual biography, Douglas B. Craig examines the careers of two prominent American public figures, Newton Diehl Baker and William Gibbs McAdoo, whose lives spanned the era ...
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Radio Reader: Essays in the Cultural History of Radio

Michele Hilmes, Jason Loviglio - Performing Arts - 2002 - 569 pages
While cultural historians and media scholars have been looking at television for decades, they have only recently turned their eyes (and ears) to radio. Studies of television ...
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Hello, Everybody!: The Dawn of American Radio

Anthony J. Rudel - Performing Arts - 2008 - 399 pages
Traces the evolution of American radio from its chaotic and primitive beginnings with Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover shaping its technological growth, and looks at radio ...
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