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Radio Voices

Author : Michele Hilmes
ISBN : 0816626219
Genre : Social Science
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Looks at the history of radio broadcasting as an aspect of American culture, and discusses social tensions, radio formats, and the roles of African Americans and women

Hello Again

Author : Simon Elmes
ISBN : 9781448136827
Genre : Business & Economics
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It’s now ninety years since the BBC made its first broadcast and the British love affair with radio began. This book is a journey through that fascinating history and a celebration of the many wonderful voices that were part of it: Marion Cran, who pioneered the first gardening programme in the 1920s; The Goons and Kenneth Horne, comedy greats of the 1950s; John Peel, Alan Freeman, Kenny Everett and other heroes of the pirate stations; all the way up to Eddie Mair, Fi Glover and Danny Baker, the much-loved voices of today. A delightful blend of insight, history and nostalgia, Hello Again will appeal to any radio aficionado.

Voices In The Andes The Churches Use Of Radio In Equador

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One Thousand Radio Voices For Christ

Author : Walter Arthur Maier
ISBN : WISC:89097241350
Genre : Lutheran Church
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Public Radio

Author : Lisa A. Phillips
ISBN : 9781593151430
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Blending research with in-depth interviews, profiles forty-three public radio personalities.

Voices In Ruins

Author : A. Badenoch
ISBN : 9780230582453
Genre : History
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Immediately after the Second World War, the radio was the best-preserved medium of mass communication in Germany. This book explores the implications of this dominance by asking how everyday broadcasting constructed ideas of 'normal' times, people and places in the destroyed, divided and occupied zones of what would become the Federal Republic.

Electrified Voices

Author : Dmitri Zakharine
ISBN : 9783847100249
Genre : Social Science
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The aim of this book is to explore the phenomenon of the electrified voice through interdisciplinary approaches such as media and technology studies, social history, and comparative cultural studies. The book focuses on three problem clusters: reflections on the societal level about the task of electronic voice transmission; the mediation of gender- and occupation-specific vocal stereotypes in audio and audio-visual formats; and the genesis of such vocal stereotypes in national radio and film cultures. Such a historicizing approach to societal experience in the field of voice mediation, including the use and interpretation of voice media, is today of great relevance in light of the collective learning processes currently triggered by rapid advances in technology.

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