A History of Broadcasting in the United States

Author: Erik Barnouw
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198020042
Release Date: 1968-12-31
Genre: Performing Arts

Tells how radio and television became an integral part of American life, of how a toy became an industry and a force in politics, business, education, religion, and international affairs.

Prologue to a Farce

Author: Mark Lloyd
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252031045
Release Date: 2006
Genre: Business & Economics

The cure for an American media where market interests have usurped democratic participation

Voice Over

Author: William Barlow
Publisher: Temple University Press
ISBN: 1566396670
Release Date: 1999
Genre: Performing Arts

Looks at African Americans in the radio industry and at stations focusing on the African American market

Good Night Chet

Author: Lyle Johnston
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786415029
Release Date: 2003-03-24
Genre: Performing Arts

"If a judgment were ever rendered on all the multi-million words I have spoken into microphones, I hope something like this could be said: 'He [Huntley] had a great respect, almost an awe, of the medium in which he worked. He regarded it as a privilege, not a license.... Perhaps the best I might hope is that by some accident of voice tone or arrangement of words I did, on a few occasions, excite, exhort, annoy or provoke a few of my fellow human beings to think with their heads, not the viscera'"--Chet Huntley. This biography of NBC newsman Chet Huntley, who, along with David Brinkley, anchored NBC's "Huntley-Brinkley Report," covers his youth on a farm in Montana, his education and his graduation from the University of Washington, his development as a radio personality and news reporter for stations in Seattle, Spokane, Portland, and his work for CBS, ABC and NBC radio and television in Los Angeles from 1939 to 1955. It also details his move to New York and his work on the "Huntley-Brinkley Report" from 1956 to 1970, his retirement from the news business, his supervision of the development of the Big Sky Ski resort in Montana, and his death from cancer in 1974 at the age of 62.

CBS s Don Hollenbeck

Author: Loren Ghiglione
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231516891
Release Date: 2008-10-06
Genre: Performing Arts

Loren Ghiglione recounts the fascinating life and tragic suicide of Don Hollenbeck, the controversial newscaster who became a primary target of McCarthyism's smear tactics. Drawing on unsealed FBI records, private family correspondence, and interviews with Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, Charles Collingwood, Douglas Edwards, and more than one hundred other journalists, Ghiglione writes a balanced biography that cuts close to the bone of this complicated newsman and chronicles the stark consequences of the anti-Communist frenzy that seized America in the late 1940s and 1950s. Hollenbeck began his career at the Lincoln, Nebraska Journal (marrying the boss's daughter) before becoming an editor at William Randolph Hearst's rip-roaring Omaha Bee-News. He participated in the emerging field of photojournalism at the Associated Press; assisted in creating the innovative, ad-free PM newspaper in New York City; reported from the European theater for NBC radio during World War II; and anchored television newscasts at CBS during the era of Edward R. Murrow. Hollenbeck's pioneering, prize-winning radio program, CBS Views the Press (1947-1950), was a declaration of independence from a print medium that had dominated American newsmaking for close to 250 years. The program candidly criticized the prestigious New York Times, the Daily News (then the paper with the largest circulation in America), and Hearst's flagship Journal-American and popular morning tabloid Daily Mirror. For this honest work, Hollenbeck was attacked by conservative anti-Communists, especially Hearst columnist Jack O'Brian, and in 1954, plagued by depression, alcoholism, three failed marriages, and two network firings (and worried about a third), Hollenbeck took his own life. In his investigation of this amazing American character, Ghiglione reveals the workings of an industry that continues to fall victim to censorship and political manipulation. Separating myth from fact, CBS's Don Hollenbeck is the definitive portrait of a polarizing figure who became a symbol of America's tortured conscience.

Radio Propaganda and the Broadcasting of Hatred

Author: K. Somerville
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9781137284150
Release Date: 2012-08-31
Genre: Political Science

An exposition and analysis of the development of propaganda, focusing on how the development of radio transformed the delivery and impact of propaganda and led to the use of radio to incite hatred and violence.

United States History

Author: Ron Blazek
Publisher: Englewood, Colo. : Libraries Unlimited
ISBN: STANFORD:36105006007731
Release Date: 1994-01-01
Genre: History

Annoteret bibliografi med overskrifterne: Sources of general importance to U.S. history; Politics and government; Diplomatic history and foreign affairs; Military history; Social, cultural, and intellectual history; Regional history; Economic history

Telecommunications

Author: Lynne S. Gross
Publisher: WCB/McGraw-Hill
ISBN: STANFORD:36105040267341
Release Date: 1986-01-01
Genre: Technology & Engineering


Propaganda

Author: Anthony Richard Ewart Rhodes
Publisher:
ISBN: UOM:39015010597352
Release Date: 1983
Genre: History


A history of American business

Author: Keith L. Bryant
Publisher: Pearson College Div
ISBN: UOM:49015001065821
Release Date: 1990
Genre: Business & Economics

A chronological/topical survey of business history in America. Designed as a core text.

Publishers Weekly

Author:
Publisher:
ISBN: STANFORD:36105015559227
Release Date: 1970
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines