Norman Corwin is regarded as the most acclaimed creative artist of radio s Golden Age (mid 1930s to late 1940s). Corwin worked as a producer for CBS at a time when radio was the centerpiece of American family life. His programs brought high moments to the medium during a period when exceptional creativity and world crisis shaped its character and conviction. From Corwin's remarkable work during WWII to his defense of freedom of speech during the McCarthy era, Bannerman s book is more than biography: it is also social ...

Norman Corwin and Radio 1986, University Alabama Press

ISBN-13: 9780817302740

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