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eBook Changing Stations: The Story of Australian Commercial Radio ePub

by Bridget Griffen-Foley

  • ISBN: 0868409189
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Bridget Griffen-Foley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of New South Wales Press (November 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 496
  • ePub book: 1477 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1384 kb
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Changing Stations is the first full-scale, national history of commercial radio in Australia, from the .

Changing Stations is the first full-scale, national history of commercial radio in Australia, from the experiments and schemes of the 1920s through to the eve of the introduction of digital radio in 2009. Contents: Part 1: The industry. 1. The birth of a hybrid - 2. The wallflower years - 3. From scarcity to abundance. Part 2: The programs. Voices from the street - an interview with Bridget Griffen-Foley conducted by Phillip Adams on Late Night Live, ABC Radio National, 2 September 2010: "Over a century before we had reality television and the internet and half a century before we had talk back radio, the scope for Australians to participate in media was enormous.

Changing Stations: The S. .has been added to your Cart. Widely recognized as Australia’s leading media historian, she is the author of The House of Packer, Party Games, and Sir Frank Packer. Paperback: 496 pages. Publisher: University of New South Wales Press (November 1, 2009).

Changing Stations : The Story of Australian Commercial Radio. By (author) Bridget Griffen-Foley.

Bridget Griffen-Foley is a Professor of Media at Macquarie University . Changing Stations: The Story of Australian Commercial Radio, UNSW Press.

Bridget Griffen-Foley is a Professor of Media at Macquarie University, where she was also the inaugural Director (2007-16) of the Centre for Media History. Party Games: Australian Politicians and the Media from War to Dismissal, Text Publishing. Sir Frank Packer, HarperCollins. The House of Packer: The Making of a Media Empire, Allen & Uniwn. Australian History (Excl. This sweeping national study moves from Sydney to Adelaide, Launceston to Cairns, Broken Hill to Albany. In tracing the often contentious evolution of regulation, ownership and networking from the amateur experiments of the 1920s to podcasting in the 2000s, it considers producing and listening, th. more).

Total pages original book: 53.

Total pages original book: 530. Includes a PDF summary of 43 pages. Changing Stations is the first full-scale, national history of commercial radio in Australia, from the experiments and schemes of the 1920s through to the eve of the introduction of digital radio in 2009. Other categories, genre or collection: Australasian & Pacific History, Radio Technology, Radio & Television Industry, Radio, Media, Information & Communication Industries.

Bridget Griffen-Foley.

In addition, many of the iconic names of Australian radio are featured, including George Edwards, Grace Gibson, Jack Davey, Bob Dyer, Bob Rogers, Norman Banks, Andrea, Brian White, John Laws, and Alan Jones. University of New South Wales Press. Bridget Griffen-Foley.

Bridget Griffen-Foley, Macquarie University, Department of Media, Music, Communication & Cultural Studies . Griffen-Foley, Bridget, 'Australian Commercial Radio, American Influences - and the BBC', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 30:3 (2010): 337-355.

Bridget Griffen-Foley, Macquarie University, Department of Media, Music, Communication & Cultural Studies, Faculty Member. Studies History, Communication, and Media Policy. Publication Date: 2010.

Australia's richest man, Kerry Packer, came to the helm of Australian Consolidated .

Australia's richest man, Kerry Packer, came to the helm of Australian Consolidated Press a quarter of a century ago; in recent years his son, James, has begun taking over the reins of the group. This compelling book unravels, for the first time, Frank Packer's Machiavellian deals that resulted in the launch of the Australian Women's Weekly in 1933. From there it charts the production of the Daily and Sunday Telegraphs, the Nine network, the Bulletin and Cleo. Библиографические данные.

Following the development of the most pervasive medium in Australia, this is the first full-scale, national history of the country's commercial radio. From the experiments and schemes of the 1920s through the introduction of digital radio in 2009, this sweeping study moves from Sydney to Adelaide, Launceston to Cairns, Broken Hill to Albany. Exploring the varied programming genres of drama, music, quiz shows, sports, and politics, the in-depth research traces the engagement of commercial radio with various communities of Australian listeners. In addition, many of the iconic names of Australian radio are featured, including George Edwards, Grace Gibson, Jack Davey, Bob Dyer, Bob Rogers, Norman Banks, Andrea, Brian White, John Laws, and Alan Jones.