The Making of American Audiences

The Making of American Audiences

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This is a comprehensive survey of American entertainment audiences from the colonial period to the modern day.One photo showed about 100 to 150 people listening to an agricultural lecture on radio in a local schoolhouse. ... radio sets were frequently used for community gatherings in schools, churches, and other public places for lectures and music. ... In 1930 West Virginia, his family of local musicians climbed to the top of a ridge where there was good reception to set up their radio run on a car battery. ... So radio folks cana#39;t possibly know what glorious entertainment you render to us a#39;shut -ins.

Title:The Making of American Audiences
Author: Richard Butsch
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2000

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