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Right of the Dial The Rise of Clear Channel and the Fall of Commercial Radio (Paperback)

Author:  Alec Foege
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0865479968
ISBN-13: 9780865479968
Sku: 207547173
Publish Date: 4/14/2009
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.5H x 5.5L x 1T
Pages:  294
Age Range:  NA
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In 1995 Clear Channel owned 43 radio stations, but by 2001 it ran more than 1,200, creating a hegemony that many critics have accused of killing the diversity and vitality of radio. Though Clear Channel still looms large on the airwaves and in our culture, it has taken a drastic hit from the introduction of satellite radio and from the proliferation of podcasts and Internet radio sites that offer back what Clear Channel took away: idiosyncrasy. Alec Foege's passionate and knowledgeable book about the rise and stumble of Clear Channel is a wonderful piece of radio history, painting a vivid picture of radio's eccentric lineage, full of crazy DJs and strange night owls, and the homogenizing effect of Clear Channel's bottled music and canned thinking.

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"Foege is an unabashed radio wonk, but he is particularly adept at translating the medium's culture and technology for a lay audience....To those who care deeply about what has been lost, culturally, as Clear Channel has taken command of the public airwaves these last four decades, Foege's effort is a noble one. And the story he tells is as important as it is unnerving." - Jacques Steinberg 04/12/2008

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Product attributeeBooks:   Kobo
Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0294
Product attributePublisher:   Faber & Faber
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