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From the establishment of the first radio station in South Bend in 1921 to the latest digital television cable networks, broadcasting in Indiana has had a long and colorful history. This book features 27 oral histories from on-air personalities, support personnel, engineers, managers, and owners. They include such Indiana broadcasting legends as Don Burton, Marthabel Geisler, Luke Walton, Eldon Campbell, Hilliard Gates, Tom Carnegie, Reid Chapman, Howard Caldwell, and Barbara Boyd. "The people interviewed in the book had a measurable impact on Hoosier culture, " Weintraut and Nolan note. "Their moral and ethical principles have influenced how we perceive ourselves individually and collectively." Drawn from an oral history project that produced more than 3,000 pages of interviews transcribed from tape, "In the Public Interest" discusses individual stations and their employees, the evolution of technology, the regulation of industry by government, broadcast ethics, the impact of broadcasting on the public, and the future of the profession. In the Public Interest: Oral Histories of Hoosier Broadcasters Weintraut, Linda / Nolan, Jane R. This volume explores the history of broadcasting in the nineteenth state through the words and memories of those involved in the industry. Drawn from an oral history project that produced more than three thousand pages of oral history interviews transcribed from tape, the book explores such areas as individual stations in Indiana and the people who worked there, the evolution of technology and the regulation of the industry by the government, the ethics of broadcasters, the impact of broadcasting on the public, station philosophy, and the future of the profession.

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: INDIANA HISTORICAL SOC, 304 Seiten, L=314mm, B=239mm, H=33mm, Gew.=2087gr, [GR: 15590 - HC/Geschichte/Sonstiges], [SW: - Pop Arts / Pop Culture], Gebunden, Klappentext: This volume explores the history of broadcasting in the nineteenth state through the words and memories of those involved in the industry. Drawn from an oral history project that produced more than three thousand pages of oral history interviews transcribed from tape, the book explores such areas as individual stations in Indiana and the people who worked there, the evolution of technology and the regulation of the industry by the government, the ethics of broadcasters, the impact of broadcasting on the public, station philosophy, and the future of the profession. This volume explores the history of broadcasting in the nineteenth state through the words and memories of those involved in the industry. Drawn from an oral history project that produced more than three thousand pages of oral history interviews transcribed from tape, the book explores such areas as individual stations in Indiana and the people who worked there, the evolution of technology and the regulation of the industry by the government, the ethics of broadcasters, the impact of broadcasting on the public, station philosophy, and the future of the profession.

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From the establishment of the first radio station in South Bend in 1921 to the latest digital television cable networks, broadcasting in Indiana has had a long and colorful history. This book features 27 oral histories from on-air personalities, support personnel, engineers, managers, and owners. They include such Indiana broadcasting legends as Don Burton, Marthabel Geisler, Luke Walton, Eldon Campbell, Hilliard Gates, Tom Carnegie, Reid Chapman, Howard Caldwell, and Barbara Boyd. "The people interviewed in the book had a measurable impact on Hoosier culture, " Weintraut and Nolan note. "Their moral and ethical principles have influenced how we perceive ourselves individually and collectively." Drawn from an oral history project that produced more than 3,000 pages of interviews transcribed from tape, "In the Public Interest" discusses individual stations and their employees, the evolution of technology, the regulation of industry by government, broadcast ethics, the impact of broadcasting on the public, and the future of the profession. In the Public Interest: Oral Histories of Hoosier Broadcasters Weintraut, Linda / Nolan, Jane R., Indiana Historical Society

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In the Public Interest: Oral Histories of Hoosier Broadcasters

This volume explores the history of broadcasting in the nineteenth state through the words and memories of those involved in the industry. Drawn from an oral history project that produced more than three thousand pages of oral history interviews transcribed from tape, the book explores such areas as individual stations in Indiana and the people who worked there, the evolution of technology and the regulation of the industry by the government, the ethics of broadcasters, the impact of broadcasting on the public, station philosophy, and the future of the profession.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780871951311
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0871951312
Hardcover
Publishing year: 1999
Publisher: INDIANA HISTORICAL SOC
304 Pages
Weight: 2,087 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0871951312

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0-87195-131-2, 978-0-87195-131-1


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