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    It's One O'Clock and Here Is Mary Margaret McBride

    Ms. Ware talked about her book It’s One O’clock and Here Is Mary Margaret McBride: A Radio Biography, published by New York University Press. She said McBride was a pioneer of American…

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    The Larry O'Connor Show

    Larry O’Connor hosted his daily radio show from station WMAL in Washington, D.C. Guests who joined the show by phone included Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) and Alveda King, the niece of civil…

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    Thom Hartmann Radio Show

    Thom Hartmann hosted his daily radio show from Washington, D.C.. He talked with four guests, three by phone and one by Skype, about a variety of domestic affairs topics, with much of the…

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    Communicators with Scott Woolley

    Scott Woolley talked about his book The Network: The Battle for the Airwaves and the Birth of the Communications Age, in which he examines the history of telegraph, radio, television, and…

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    On My Own

    Diane Rehm talked about her memoir, On My Own, in which she discusses how she came to be a spokesperson for the right-to-die movement. She spoke with author Bethanne Patrick. “A Conversation with…

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    Radio and National Heritage

    Academics and archivists shared the methods they use to preserve audio from radio, film and TV. Some of the collections discussed include the NPR Historical Archives, Vox Pop radio and TV recordings,…

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    Preservation of Archival Audio

    Professor Paddy Scannell talked about the preservation of archival audio. He argued that recorded sound is as important as film in capturing history. He was the keynote speaker at “Saving…

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    Interview on You Wake Me Each Morning

    Connie Lawn talked about her book, You Wake Me Each Morning: The Final Chapter. This interview was held at the 38th annual National Press Club Book Fair and Authors' Night, a fundraiser…

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    Black Journalism in History

    Wanda Sabir interviewed Sonja Williams about her book, Word Warrior: Richard Durham, Radio, and Freedom. They talked about the significance of black voices in the press and radio journalism…

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    Communicators with John Lansing

    John Lansing talked about the operations of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), the agency that oversees United States government-supported, civilian international news media such as…

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    In Depth with Thom Hartmann

    Thom Hartmann talked about his life and career and responded to viewer calls and questions. His many books include The Crash of 2016, Rebooting the American Dream, and Threshold.…

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    Future of Radio

    Talk show hosts and executives talked about radio talk show industry trends, digital technology, and the changing landscape of political talk shows. This program was part of the Talkers Magazine…

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    Broadcast Hysteria

    A. Brad Schwartz talked about his book, Broadcast Hysteria: Orson Welles’s War of the Worlds and the Art of Fake News, about the reaction to the 1938 Orson Welle’s radio broadcast of War of…

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    John Dickey on the Future of Radio

    John Dickey talked about the future of radio at the Talkers Magazine 25th Anniversary Conference.

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    Mike Francesa on the Future of Radio

    Mike Francesa talked about the future of radio at the Talkers Magazine 25th Anniversary Conference.

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    Book Discussion Points on the Dial

    Alexander Russo talked about his book, Points on the Dial: Golden Age Radio beyond the Networks, in which he chronicles the histories of production, distribution, and reception practices during…

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    Communicators with National Association of Broadcasters President Smith

    Former Senator Gordon Smith (R-OR), president and chief executive officer of the National Association of Broadcasters, talked about several of the major issues in television and radio.…

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    Q&A with Steve Inskeep

    Steve Inskeep discussed his book, Instant City: Life and Death in Karachi. He said he chose Karachi because the city best exemplifies the growth and change of a town when the population rapidly escalates. He shared the…

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    Federal Communications Commission Oversight

    Federal Communications Commission (FCC) commissioners testified at an oversight hearing of their agency. Topics included the upcoming broadband spectrum auction, network neutrality, and…

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    Axis Sally: The American Voice of Nazi Germany

    Historian Richard Lucas, a shortwave radio enthusiast, talked about the life of Mildred Gillars and how the American-born radio performer became employed by the Nazis during World War II and known to…

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