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Radio journalism in America : telling the news in the golden age and beyond /

Jim Cox.

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Main Author: Cox, Jim
Published: Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2013]
Topics: Radio journalism - United States - History - 20th century. | Hörfunk | Journalismus | Foreign news -- United States. | Journalists -- United States.
Regions: United States. | USA.
Genres: History.
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"Introduction: Cool stuff and history light -- Hard copies: the origins of American newspapers -- The origins of electronic journalism -- "Millions are out here listening every day!" -- Who owns the ether? It belongs to us all -- Censorship: pressures from without, within -- The art of persuasion: everybody has a bias -- Nights of the roundtable: clashes, conflicts courted -- At all hours: news achieves parity, perceptibly prospers -- Journalism's inducement in a rise of local stations -- Intrinsic outcomes a result of radio's reliance on print -- The fanzines: trade issues to perpetuate the industry -- Optical illusions? News fix? boosting aural text with pix -- Magazine of the airwaves: news in a novel format -- When it's time for news, the big hand is on the 24 -- Baubles, bangles, gadgetry: New marvels dispatch news -- Biographical dictionary of radio journalists."
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Table of Contents for: Radio journalism in America : telling th