Blast from the Past: A Pictorial History of Radio's First 75 Years
This is the biggest and most complete book on radio ever written. This coffee-table-sized gift book is a pictorial history of radio featuring rare ... Show synopsis This is the biggest and most complete book on radio ever written. This coffee-table-sized gift book is a pictorial history of radio featuring rare photos from the pre-invention era of radio, and covering the '20s, '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, and '90s. Imagine rare photos of the golden era of radio, the rock 'n' roll era of Dick Clark, Alan Freed, the '60s Beatles era featuring Cousin Brucie Morrow, Casey Kasem, the '70s covering the start of Larry King, Rush Limbaugh, Howard Stern, David Letterman, and Tom Snyder. This book covers the films and television programs about radio..."Good Morning Vietnam", "Play Misty for Me", "WKRP in Cincinnati", "Frasier", and many more. Text also covers how Top 40 Radio was invented and how Talk radio has become so important in America. This book will amaze the collector market. Rare, never-before-seen photographs along with classics everyone will be glad they have. A must for every library, school, classroom, media study, collector, or radio fan. A collection so rare that no one before has attempted such an undertaking. This book reflects radio's influence on other media; how radio has changed over the years and how it has evolved to what it is today and will be tomorrow.