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Radio--
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 213

Radio--

Although television is now dominant, radio surprisingly remains a medium of unparalleled power and importance. Worldwide, it continues to be the communications vehicle with the greatest outreach and impact. Every indicator--economic, demographic, social, and democratic--suggests that far from fading away, radio is returning to our consciousness, and back into the cultural mainstream. Marilyn J. Matelski reviews radio's glory days, arguing that the glory is not all in the past. B. Eric Rhoads continues Matelski's thoughts by explaining how and why radio has kept its vitality. The political history of radio is reviewed by Michael X. Delli Carpini, while David Bartlett shows how one of radio's ...

The Radio Station
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 343

The Radio Station

This is the cornerstone text on the inside workings of how radio station operations.

Understanding Radio
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 260

Understanding Radio

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2006-05-23
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  • Publisher: Routledge

'... a highly imaginative and often very entertaining book ... which ... probably says more than any other available text about the limitations and possibilities of present forms of radio.' Professor Laurie Taylor on the first edition of Understanding Radio Understanding Radio is a fully revised edition of a key radio textbook. Andrew Crisell explores how radio processes genres such as news, drama and comedy in highly distinctive ways, and how the listener's use of the medium has important implications for audience studies. He explains why the sound medium, even more than television, has played such a crucial role in the development of modern popular culture. The book also introduces student...

Radio
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 225

Radio

An invaluable advantage over your competition, this "cheat-sheet" for the radio programmer includes practical advice regarding: Radio as a career--from tips on getting started to job negotiations Programming--talk radio and music, from format science to picking the hits Relationships with listeners--everything from staying in touch with your audience to public image Branding, marketing, and advertising the radio station Research--music tests, audience analysis, ratings, and more Practical information about management policies Radio realities--information on rules and regulations This latest edition has been updated to include: Important updates on an ever-evolving field Essential forms for radio station functions--production orders, personnel files, absentee reports, PSA schedules, format clocks, remote schedule, and more& to be accompanied by an on-line section of electronic forms for convenience Ideas for successfully programming in new radio formats like satellite, internet, and cable In such a competitive industry where formal training can be hard to come by, Radio: The Book, 4e, is a short-cut to the fast track for current and future programmers and program directors

Radio
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 296

Radio

Arnheim treats all aspects of sound. He explores words and music as kinds of sounds; discusses direction and distance, spatial resonance, sequence and juxtaposition in radio sound; makes comparisons between sound film and radio techniques and effects; and details the benefits of imagination with sound from a creative and emotional point of view. The art of announcing, the psychology of the listener, and two generalized discussions of radio around the world, and the prospects for television are covered in the last chapters.

The Great New Zealand Radio Experiment
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 248
Radio Goes to War
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 232

Radio Goes to War

Radio Goes to War is the first comprehensive and in-depth look at the role of domestic radio in the United States during the Second World War. As this study convincingly demonstrates, radio broadcasting played a crucial role both in government propaganda and within the context of the broader cultural and political transformations of wartime America. Gerd Horten's absorbing narrative argues that no medium merged entertainment, propaganda, and advertising more effectively than radio. As a result, America's wartime radio propaganda emphasized an increasingly corporate and privatized vision of America's future, with important repercussions for the war years and the postwar era. Examining radio news programs, government propaganda shows, advertising, soap operas, and comedy programs, Horten situates radio wartime propaganda in the key shift from a Depression-era resentment of big business to the consumer and corporate culture of the postwar period.

Radio Fifth Grade
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 192

Radio Fifth Grade

Mayhem breaks out in the fifth grade when the Venice Menace bullies his classmates into letting him become a regular guest on "Kidsview," the school's radio program.

Radio
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 152

Radio

Tells the story of radio as two parallel parts--as a part of technology, and as part of culture.

Raised on Radio
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 535

Raised on Radio

Nachman, himself a product of the radio years, takes readers back to the heyday of radio in a generous, instructive, and sinfully readable salute to an extraordinary American phenomenon. "An adoring, anecdote-stuffed history of radio's golden age."--"Boston Globe."