Radio Surived and Thrives Through Media Revolutions
Silobreaker, a publication on technology, carried a recent posting on The Right Frequency.
The article said, “The book explains how radio not only survived but thrived despite various media revolutions over the past 90s years. It also details milestones in the radio era such as the Payola Scandal of the early 1960s and the end of the FCC’s Fairness Doctrine in the late 1980s, both of which contributed in its own way to the proliferation of talk radio.”
The piece was posted just days before National Radio Day on Tuesday, Aug. 20.