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Radio's Format Changes
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A 5 page paper discussing the format and content changes radio has undergone since its earliest days. Before the advent of the program manager, disc jockeys were in total control of what they did on the air as long as it was within FCC and the station owner's guidelines. Talk was live; music was recorded in the middle age, but radio shows have been increasingly recorded over the years. There is a trend of some to return to more of the live programming common only a few years ago, but some even offer fully prerecorded shows, breaking into the recording only for the hourly news. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Radiofor.wps

Talk Radio / The Conservative Onslaught
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A 5 page evaluation of the political bend of talk radio. Bibliography lists four sources.
Filename: Talkradi.wps

The FCC and Shock Radio
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This 10 page paper considers the issue of shock radio, including the productions of Howard Stern, and assesses the implications of FCC rulings regarding the regulation of these types of shows. This paper considers the legal aspects of the current debate. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: Mhfcc3_.doc

The Golden Age Of Radio
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5 pages in length. Long before television was even a twinkle in the public's eye, the nation had a love affair with the radio. Bringing to life what could only be envisioned in one's imagination, radio represented much more than the ability to play music; indeed, it was the social cornerstone to entertainment, intrigue and just plain fun. The cast of characters that inhabited the anonymous musical box helped to establish an era when radio was the mainstay for every family's evening get-together; to be sure, there was hardly a person anywhere within the entire country who did not eagerly anticipate the adventures and antics of such renown personalities as Amos 'n' Andy, Studs Terkel, The Lone Ranger, Fibber McGee and Molly, George and Gracie, Jack Benny, Orson Welles, Arch Oboler, Don Ameche, along with myriad others who helped to create the golden age of radio. The writer discusses the relationship America had with the radio during its golden age. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCGoldn.doc


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