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Network Nations: A Transnational History of British and American Broadcasting, NBC: Americas Network, The Television History Book, Hollywood and Broadcasting: FROM RADIO TO CABLE, Radio's New Wave: Global Sound in the Digital Era, Radio Reader: Essays in the Cultural History of Radio, Connections: A Broadcast History Reader, Transmitting the Past: Historical and Cultural Perspectives on Broadcasting, Only Connect: A Cultural History of Broadcasting in the United States, Radio Voices: American Broadcasting, 1922-1952
Spanning eight decades from the beginnings of commercial radio to the current era of international consolidation and emerging digital platforms this pioneering volume illuminates the entire course of American broadcasting by offering the first comprehensive history of a major network Bringing together wide ranging original articles by leading scholars and industry insiders it offers a comprehensive view of the National Broadcasting Company NBC that brings into focus the development of this key American institution and the ways that it has intersected with and influenced the central events of our times Programs policy industry practices and personnel politics audiences marketing and global influence all come into play The story the book tells is not just about broadcasting but about a nation s attempt to construct itself as a culture with all the underlying concerns divisions opportunities and pleasures Based on unprecedented research in the extensive NBC archives i NBC America s Network i includes a timeline of NBC s and broadcasting s development making it a valuable resource for students and scholars as well as for anyone interested the history of media in the United States, In Radio Voices Michele Hilmes looks at the way radio programming influenced and was influenced by the United States of the s s and s tracing the history of the medium from its earliest years through the advent of television, Radio defined and defied American culture in the early th century setting patterns for all media that followed This text is a comprehensive history of the medium and includes such topics as s radio suspense drama quiz shows American propagandists for Axis Powers the Green Hornet and race black liberation radio NPR and the Christian right and radio, This volume presents an overview by leading media scholars which traces the history of broadcasting in two major centres of television development and export Great Britain and the USA It identifies tendencies that both unite and differentiate these traditions