A Handbook on Building a Radio Station for the Community
By Lorenzo W. Milam
A facsimile edition of the classic monograph from twenty years ago. Although many of the technical references are dated, the passion and spirit remain. Selected for inclusion in the recent Reader's Catalogue of "The Best Books in Print."
"It's firmly grounded in practicalities how to fill out forms for the Federal Communications Commission, how to coax interesting radio out of a volunteer staff but it is also wiser and funnier than almost any other book in the field....It certainly provides the richest account yet published of the ways in which broadcasting is experienced, by both listener and broadcaster. For all its irrelevancies and diversions, this is a wonderful book..."--- The London Times Literary Supplement
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