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  • Pieces of Soundby Daniel Gilfillan

    University of Minnesota Press 2009; US$ 75.00

    Since the rise of film and television, radio has continued to evolve and any understanding of the development of radio depends on closely examining the artistic ventures that preceded commercial acceptance. Daniel Gilfillan offers a cultural history that explores these aspects of the medium by focusing on German radio broadcasting, providing a context... more...

  • Geschichte vom Bandby Sabine Gerasch

    De Gruyter 1997; US$ 391.00

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  • Toxic Talkby Bill Press

    St. Martin's Press 2010; US$ 18.99

    A timely cannon blast at the right-wing media machine and how it subverts the principles of democratic representation Talk radio has done an end run around the voting populace. With Rush Limbaugh now the unofficial leader of the Republican Party and the far right controlling the five major syndicates, conservatives have a disproportionate voice... more...

  • Dirty Discourseby Robert L. Hilliard; Michael C. Keith

    Wiley 2009; US$ 107.95

    Changes in society, the pluralistic nature of the citizens and the geographic breadth of America preclude a common definition of what is indecent, profane, or obscene. What may appear to be 'dirty discourse' to some may be considered to be laudable satire to others. In this fascinating book, renowned media scholars and authors, Robert Hilliard and... more...

  • Listening Inby Susan J. Douglas

    University of Minnesota Press 2004; US$ 60.00

    In Listening In, Susan Douglas explores how listening has altered our day-to-day experiences and our own generational identities, cultivating different modes of listening in different eras; how radio has shaped our views of race, gender roles, ethnic barriers, family dynamics, leadership, and the generation gap. With her trademark wit, Douglas has... more...

  • Jonestownby Chris Masters

    Allen & Unwin 2007; US$ 24.50

    The publishing sensation of 2006 - the compelling and probing, Jonestown - now available in a revised and updated edition. more...

  • Dirty Discourseby Robert L. Hilliard; Michael C. Keith

    Wiley 2008; US$ 62.95

    Changes in American society, the pluralistic nature of its citizens, and its geographic preclude a common definition of what is indecent, profane, or obscene. What may appear to be "dirty discourse" to some may be considered to be laudable satire to others. Renowned media scholars and authors Robert Hilliard and Michael Keith examine the blue side... more...

  • Programming National Identityby Joelle Neulander

    LSU Press 2010; US$ 24.95

    Programming National Identity: The Culture of Radio in 1930s France explores the relationship between radio, gender and consumer culture in interwar France, showing how radio became a commercial and political medium integral to French households by the end of the 1930s, and explaining how and why French radio of the 1930s presented a normative view... more...

  • Gordon McLendonby Ronald Garay

    ABC-CLIO 1992; US$ 127.00

    This fast-paced biography of McLendon covers his station ownership, development of a major network system, live and recreated baseball and football programming, re-invention of radio in the 1950s, Top 40 music and disc jockey programming, and his move to more...

  • Tonspurenby Manuela Gerlof

    De Gruyter 2010; US$ 182.00

    This study investigates the function of the radio play asmedium of cultural memory, based on the memories of the holocaust found in the radio plays of the GDR. In comparison to the presentation of the holocaust in other media, which has already been explored various times, here for the first time the focus is on the specific aesthetic means of the... more...