In "Voice Over", a celebration and history, William Barlow explores the entire landscape of black radio from the early days--when the white public accepted the black-face buffoonery of "The Amos and Andy Show" and "Beluh" as a fair depiction of African-American life--to the rise of personality jocks and the contemporary scene of corporate buyouts.

Voice Over PB 1998, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, PA

ISBN-13: 9781566396677

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