The Quieted Voice: The Rise and Demise of Localism in American Radio

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How has American radio once a grassroots, community-based medium become a generic service that primarily benefits owners and shareholders and prohibits its listeners from receiving diversity of opinions, ideas, and entertainment through local programming? In "The Quieted Voice: The Rise and Demise of Localism in American Radio, "Robert L. Hilliard and Michael C. Keith blame the government s continual deregulation of radio and the corporate obsession with the bottom line in the wake of the far-reaching and controversial ...

The Quieted Voice: The Rise and Demise of Localism in American Radio 2005, Southern Illinois University Press

ISBN-13: 9780809326747

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