Radio's Civic Ambition

Radio's Civic Ambition

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In its golden age, American radio both entertained and also fostered programs meant to produce self-governing and opinion-forming individuals, promoting openness to change and tolerance of diversity, familiarity with classical music, and knowledge of world affairs. As author David Goodman argues, the ambitions of radio's golden age have strong significance today as evidence that media regulation in the public interest can have significant and often positive effects.a€œA woman might announce a nice symphonic programme if her voice is appealing, or talk to women on home economics or interior decorating.a€ a€œWill women ... a€œNo Replacements, a€ Winnipeg Free Press, October 25, 1937: 8. 138. a€œ Women Notanbsp;...

Title:Radio's Civic Ambition
Author: David Goodman
Publisher:Oxford University Press - 2011-04-12

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