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Abel, John, Charles Clift, and Frederic Weiss.  “Station License Revocations and Denials of Renewal, 1934-69.” Journal of Broadcasting 14 (Fall 1970): 411-422.

Ackerman, William C.  “The Dimensions of American Broadcasting.”  Public Opinion Quarterly 9:1 (Spring 1945): 1-18.    

Aitken, Hugh G.J. The Continuous Wave: Technology and American Radio 1900-1932.  Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1985.

Aitken, Hugh G.J. Syntony and Spark: The Origins of Radio.  New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1976.

Alan, Carter.  Radio Free Boston: The Rise and Fall of WBCN.  Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England, 2013.

Archer, Gleason L.  History of Radio to 1926.  New York: American Historical Society, 1938.

Archer, Gleason.  “Conventions, Campaigns, and Kilocycles in 1924: The First Political Broadcasts.”  Journal of Broadcasting 4 (Spring 1960): 110-118.

Arceneaux, Noah.  “Blackface Broadcasting in the Early Days of Radio.” Journal of Radio Studies 12 (May 2005): 61–73.

Arceneaux, Noah. “A Sales Floor in the Sky: Philadelphia Department Stores and the Radio Boom of the 1920s.”  Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 53 (March 2009): 76–89.

Arceneaux, Noah. “Paul Reveres of Early Radio: The Boy Scouts and the Origin of Broadcasting.” Studies in Popular Culture 31 (Spring 2009): 81–100.

Arceneaux, Noah. “Radio Facsimile Newspapers of the 1930s and 40s: Electronic Publishing in the Pre-digital Era.” Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 55 (July 2011): 344–359.

Arceneaux, Noah. “In Search of Alien Aerials: The World War I Campaign against Amateur Radio.” Journalism History 38 (Spring 2012): 2–12.

Arcebeaux, Noah.  “News on the Air: The New York Herald, Newspapers, and Wireless Telegraphy, 1899-1917.”  American Journalism 30:2 (Spring 2013): 160-181.

Arceneaux, Noah.  “Reflections on Radio History, Preservation, and Relevance.”  American Journalism 33:3 (Summer 2016): 340-347.

Arceneaux, Noah.  “The Wireless Press and the Great War: An Intersection of Print and Electronic Media, 1914-1921.” Journal of Radio & Audio Media 26:2 (2019): 318-335.

Arceneaux, Noah.  “Dismantling the Golden Age: Broadcast Scheduling Strategies on 1950s US Network Radio.” Radio Journal 21:2 (2023): 237-252.

Archer, Gleason L.  Big Business and Radio.  New York: American Historical Company, 1939.

Ashley, Seth. “A Historical Comparison of the Social Origins of Broadcasting Policy, 1896–1920.” Journal of Radio and Audio Media 21 (January 2014): 134–148.

Avery, Robert K.  “The Public Broadcasting Act of 1967: Radio’s Real Second Chance.” Journal of Radio & Audio Media 24:2 (November 2017): 189-199.

Baade, Christina. “Airing Authenticity: The BBC Jam Sessions from New York, 1938–39.” Journal of the Society for American Music 6 (August 2012): 271–314.

Baker, John. C.  Farm Broadcasting: The First Sixty Years.  Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1981.

Balbi, Gabriele. “Wireless’s ‘Critical Flaw’: The Marconi Company, Corporation Mentalities, and the Broadcasting Option.” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 94:4 (Winter 2017): 1239-1260.

Balk, Alfred.  The Rise of Radio: From Marconi Through the Golden Age. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2006.

Bannerman, R. Leroy.  Norman Corwin and Radio: The Golden Years.  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1986.

Baptiste, Bala. “How Disc Jockey Vernon Winslow, a.k.a. Dr. Daddy-O, Racially Integrated Radio in New Orleans and Changed the Culture of the Medium.” Louisiana History 54 (Spring 2013): 200–214.

Baptiste, Bala.  “The Rise of Black Voices on Radio in New Orleans: The O.C.W. Taylor Effect, 1946-1948.” Journal of Radio and Audio Media 22:2 (November 2015): 265-278.

Baker, Kenneth.  “Radio Listening and Socio-Economic Status.”  Psychological Record 1 (1937): 99-144.

Banks, Mark James. “A History of Broadcast Audience Research in the United States, 1920-1980, With an Emphasis on the Rating Services.” PhD dissertation, University of Tennessee, 1981.

Barfield, Ray.  Listening to Radio, 1920-1950.  Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.

Barlow, William.  Voice Over: The Making of Black Radio.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1999.

Barnouw, Erik.  A Tower in Babel: A History of Broadcasting in the United States to 1933.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1966.

Barnouw, Erik.  The Golden Web: A History of Broadcasting in the United States 1933-1953. New York: Oxford University Press, 1968.

Bartlett, Richard A.  The World of Ham Radio, 1901-1950: A Social History.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2007.

Beasley, Maurine. “Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson: Case Study of One of ‘Murrow’s Boys.” Journalism History 20:1 (Spring 1994):25-33.

Balbi, Gabriele.  “Wireless’s ‘Critical Flaw’: The Marconi Company, Corporation Mentalities, and the Broadcasting Option.”  Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 94:4 (Winter 2017): 1239-1260.

Baptiste, Bala.  “How Disc Jockey Vernon Winslow, Aka Dr. Daddy-O, Racially Integrated Radio in New Orleans and Changed the Culture of the Medium,” Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association 54, no. 2 (2013): 200–214.

Baptiste, Bala. “Black-Focused Radio and the Civil Rights Movement in New Orleans.” Journal of Radio & Audio Media26:1 (2019): 104-118.

Barfield, Ray.  Listening to Radio, 1920-1950.  Westport: Greenwood Press, 1996.

Behrens, Peter J. “Psychology Takes to the Airwaves: American Radio Psychology Between the Wars, 1926-1939.” The American Sociologist 40:3 (2009): 214-227.

Benjamin, Louise M.  “Birth of a Network’s ‘Conscience’: The NBC Advisory Council, 1927.”  Journalism Quarterly 66 (1988): 587-90.

Benjamin, Louise. “Working It out Together: Radio Policy from Hoover to the Radio Act of 1927.” Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 42: no. 2 (1998): 221-237.

Benjamin, Louise M.  Freedom of the Air and the Public Interest.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.

Benjamin, Louise M.  The NBC Advisory Council and Radio Programming, 1926-1945.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2009.

Benjamin, Louise M. “Regulating the Government’s Airwaves: Creation of the Interdepartmental Radio Advisory Committee (IRAC).”  Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media  51 (September 2007): 498–515.

Bensman, Marvin R.  The Beginning of Broadcast Regulation in the 20th Century.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2000.

Berg, Jerome S.  On the Short Waves, 1923-1945: Broadcast Listening in the Pioneer Days of Radio.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1999.

Berg, Jerry.  Listening on the Short Waves, 1945 to Today.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2008.

Berg, Jerry.  Broadcasting on the Short Waves, 1945 to Today.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2008.

Berg, Jerome S.  The Early Shortwave Stations: A Broadcasting History Through 1945.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2013.

Berkman, Dave. “The ‘Blue Book’ and Charles Siepmann as Reported in Broadcasting Magazine.” American Journalism 2 (1985): 37–48.

Berkman, Dave. “Politics and Radio in the 1924 Campaign.” Journalism Quarterly 64:2/3 (1987): 422-428.

Berkman, Dave.  “Long Before Fallwell: Early Radio and Religion- as Reported in the Nation’s Popular Press.”  Journal of Popular Culture 21-4 (Spring 1988): 1-12.

Berry, Chad, ed.  The Hayloft Gang: The Story of the National Barn Dance. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2008.

Bianchi, William. Schools of the Air: A History of Instructional Programs on Radio in the United States.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2008.

Bijsterveld, Karin, Eefje Cleophas, Stefan Krebs, and Gijs Mom.  Sound and Safe: A History of Listening Behind the Wheel.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.

Bilby, Kenneth. The General: David Sarnoff and the Rise of the Communications Industry.  New York: Harper and Row, 1986.

Biocca, Frank.  “Media and Perceptual Shifts: Early Radio and the Clash of Musical Cultures.”  Journal of Popular Culture 24:1 (Fall 1990): 1-15.

Birdsall, Carolyn, and Elinor Carmi.  “Feminist Avenues for Listening In: Amplifying Silenced Histories of Media and Communication.” Women’s History Review (June 2021): 1-19.

Bliss, Ann V.  “Visiting on the Air: Radio Homemakers and the Professionalization of Domesticity.” Journal of American Studies 50:4 (November 2016): 999-1019.

Bliss, Edward Jr., Now the News: The Story of Broadcast Journalism. New York: Columbia University Press, 1991.

Blue, Howard.  Words at War: World War II Era Radio and the Postwar Broadcasting Industry Blacklist.  Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2002.

Brent Zooks, Kristal.  I See Black People: The Rise and Fall of African American Owned Television and Radio. New York: Nation Books, 2008.

Brindze, Ruth.  Not to Be Broadcast: The Truth About Radio.  New York: Vanguard Press, 1937.

Brinson, Susan L.  The Red Scare, Politics, and the Federal Communications Commission, 1941-1960.  Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2004.

Brinson, Susan L.  “Politics and Defense: The FCC’s Radio Intelligence Division, 1940-1947.”  Journal of Radio and Audio Media 16:1 (May 2009): 2-16.

Brown, James A.  “Selling Airtime for Controversy: NAB Self-regulation and Father Coughlin.”  Journal of Broadcasting 24 (Spring 1980): 199-224.

Brown, Michael, and Corley Dennison. “Integrating Radio into the Home, 1923-1929.” Studies in Popular Culture 20.3 (1998): 1-17. 

Brown, Michael.  “Radio Magazines and the Development of Broadcasting: Radio Broadcast and Radio News.” Journal of Radio Studies 5:1 (1998): 68-81.

Brown, Robert J.  Manipulating the Ether: The Power of Broadcast Radio in Thirties America.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1998.

Brummer, Edmund.  Radio and the Farmer.  New York: Radio Institute, 1936.

Buxton, Frank, and Bill Owen. The Big Broadcast, 1920-1950.  New York: Viking, 1972.

Buzzard, Karen S.F.  “The Rise of Market Information Regimes and the Historical Development of Audience Ratings.”  Historical Journal of Film, Radio & Television 35:3 (September 2015): 511-517.

Buzzard, Ken. “Radio Ratings Pioneers: The Development of a Standardized Ratings Vocabulary.” Journal of Radio Studies 6:2 (1999): 287-306.

Byrnes, Mark S.  Radio and the Great Debate Over U.S. Involvement in World War II.  Lanham: Lexington Books, 2022.

Campbell, Timothy C.  Wireless Writing in the Age of Marconi.  Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2006.

Camporesi, Valeria.  Mass Culture and National Traditions: The BBC and American Broadcasting.  Florence: European Press, 2000.

Cantor, Louis.  Wheelin‘ on Beale: How WDIA-Memphis Became the Nation’s First All-Black Radio Station and Created the Sound that Changed America.  New York: Pharos, 1992.

Cantrell, Glenda.  “Repositioning Radio: NBC and the ‘Kitchen Radio Campaign’ of 1953.”  Journal of Radio and Audio Media 22:2 (November 2015): 244-253.

Cantrill, Hadley, and Gordon W. Allport.  The Psychology of Radio.  New York: Peter Smith, 1941.

Carlat, Louis E.  “Sound Values: Radio Broadcast of Classical Music and American Culture, 1922-1939.”  PhD dissertation, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995.

Carter, Sue.  “Women Don’t Do News:  Fran Harris and Detroit’s Radio Station WWJ.”   Michigan Historical Review 24 (Fall 1998): 76-87.

Casillas, Delores Inéz. “Sounds of Belonging: A Cultural History of Spanish-Language Radio in the United States, 1922–2004.”  PhD dissertation, University of Michigan, 2006. 

Cecil, Matthew. “Coming On Like Gang Busters: J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI and the Battle to Control Radio Portrayals of the Bureau, 1936-1958.” Journalism History 40:4 (2014): 252-261.

Charnley, Mitchell.  News by Radio.  New York: Macmillan, 1948.

Chase, Gilbert, ed.  Music in Radio Broadcasting.  New York: McGraw-Hill, 1946.

Chester, Giraud.  “The Press-Radio War, 1933-1935.”  Public Opinion Quarterly 13 (Summer 1949): 252-264.

Clark, David G.  “Radio in Presidential Campaigns: The Early Years (1924-1932).”  Journal of Broadcasting 6 (Summer 1962): 229-238.

Clina, Alyssa.  “The Greatest Single Force of Our Day: Father Charles Coughlin’s Audience and the Power of Radio.” Historical Journal of Film, Radio & Television 44:2 (June 2024): 424-439.

Cloud, Stanley and Lynne Olson. The Murrow Boys: Pioneers on the Front Lines of Broadcast Journalism. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1997.

Codel, Martin, ed.  Radio and Its Future.  New York: Harper and Brothers, 1930.

Compton, Josh.  “Political Humor on the Radio: Image Repair and Gracie Allen’s 1940 Presidential Campaign.”  Journal of Radio and Audio Media 22:2 (November 2015): 255-264.

Connah, Douglas Duff.  How to Build the Radio Audience.  New York: Harper and Brothers, 1938.

Cooper, B. Lee. “American Disc Jockeys, 1945–1975: A Bibliographic and Discographic Survey.” Popular Music and Society 30 (July 2007): 401–23.

Couture, Sadie.  “Forging a Format: Advertising, Attention, and Intimacy on the Mary Margaret McBride Program, 1941-54.” Radio Journal 21:2 (2023): 155-170.

Cox, Jim.  The Historical Dictionary of American Radio Soap Operas.  Lanham: Scarecrow, 2005.

Cox, Jim. American Radio Networks: A History. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2009.

Cox, Jim.  Radio Journalism in America: Telling the News in the Golden Age and Beyond.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2013.

Cox, Merrilee A. “Edythe Meserand: Radio Pioneer and First President of American Women in Radio and Television.” PhD dissertation, University of Maryland, 2014.

Craig, Douglas B. Fireside Politics: Radio and Political Culture in the United States, 1920-1940. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000.

Craig, Steve.  “The Farmer’s Best Friend: Radio Comes to Rural America.”  Journal of Radio Studies 8:2 (Winter 2001): 330-346.

Craig, Steve.  “How America Adopted Radio: Demographic Differences in Set Ownership as Reported in the 1930-1950 Censuses.”  Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 48:2 (June 2004): 179-196.

Craig, Steve. “‘The More They Listen, the More They Buy’: Radio and the Modernizing of Rural America, 1930–1939.” Agricultural History 80 (Winter 2006): 1–16.

Craig, Steve.  Out of the Dark: A History of Radio and Rural America. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2009.

Craig, Steve.  “Daniel Starch’s 1928 Survey: A First Glimpse of the U.S. Radio Audience.”  Journal of Radio and Audio Media 17:2 (November 2010): 182-194.

Crawford, Amy Graban.  “A Universal Speaking Service: The Role of Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company in the Development of National Network Broadcasting, 1922–1926.”  Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 51 (September 2007): 516–29.

Cridera, David. “For Those (Men) About to Rock: Rock Radio and the Crisis of Masculinity.” Journal of Radio and Audio Media 21 (July–December.2014): 258–271.

Culbert, David H.  “This is London: Edward R. Murrow, Radio News, and American Aid to Britain.”  Journal of Popular Culture 10:1 (Summer 1976): 28-37.

Davidson, Randall.  9XM Talking: WHA Radio and the Wisconsin Idea.  Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2006.

de Forest, Lee.  Father of Radio: The Autobiography of Lee de Forest.  Chicago: Wilcox & Follett, 1969.

De La Torre, Monica.  “Programas Sin Verguenza (Shameless Programs): Mapping Chicanas in Community Radio in the 1970s.” Women’s Studies Quarterly 43:3/4 (Fall/Winter 2015): 175-190.

De La Torre, Monica.  Feminista Frequencies: Community Building Through Radio in the Yakima Valley.  Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2022.

DeSpain, Robert. “William L. Shirer and the Blacklist: The Drive against a Liberal Radio Commentator.” Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television 31 (September 2011): 399–417.

Dempsey, John Mark, and Eric Gruver. “‘The American System’: Herbert Hoover, the Associative State, and Broadcast Commercialism.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 39 (June 2009): 226–244.

Dennis, Paul M.  “Chills and Thrills: Does Radio Harm our Children?  The Controversy Over Program Violence in the Age of Radio.”  Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 34:1 (1998): 33-50.

DeShazor, Brian.  “Queer Radio History: Pacifica Radio.”  Journal of Radio and Audio Media 25:2 (November 2018): 253-265.

DeSoto, Clinton B.  Two Hundred Meters Up and Down: The Story of Amateur Radio.  West Hartford: American Radio Relay League, 1936.

Dickey, Selena A. “The Case of the Option Agreement: Erle Stanley Gardner, Intellectual Property Management, and Radio’s Perry Mason.” Journal of Cinema and Media Studies 61:4 (Summer 2022): 9-35.

Ditingo, Vincent M.  The Remaking of Radio.  Boston: Focal, 1995.

Doerksen, Clifford John. “Rough Music: The Cultural Politics of American Radio Broadcasting, 1920-1932.” PhD dissertation, Princeton University, 2002.

Doerksen, Clifford J.  American Babel: Rogue Radio Broadcasters of the Jazz Age. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005.

Dolber, Brian. “Strange Bedfellows: Yiddish Socialist Radio and the Collapse of Broadcasting Reform in the United States, 1927–1938.” Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television 33 (June 2013): 289–307.

Doll, Bob. Sparks out of the Plowed Ground: The History of America’s Small Town Radio Stations. West Palm Beach: Streamline Press, 1996.

Dorgan, Howard.  The Airwaves of Zion: Radio and Religion in Appalachia.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1993.

Douglas, Alan.  Radio Manufacturers of the 1920s. 3 vols.  Vestal, NY: Vestal Press, 1988-92.

Douglas, George H.  The Early Days of Radio Broadcasting.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1987.

Douglas, Susan J.  Inventing American Broadcasting, 1899-1922. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987.

Douglas, Susan J.  “Notes Toward a History of Media Audiences.” Radical History Review 54 (Fall 1992): 127-138.

Douglas, Susan J.  Listening In: Radio and the American Imagination From Amos ‘n’ Andy and Edward R. Murrow to Wolfman Jack and Howard Stern.  New York: Times Books, 1999.

Drale, Christina.  “The United Fruit Company and Early Radio Development.”  Journal of Radio and Audio Media 17:2 (November 2010): 195-210.

Dunn, John H.  “Government Efforts to Separate Press and Radio Ownership, 1937-1944.” MA thesis, University of Wisconsin, 1948.

Dunning, John.  On the Air: An Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.

Eberly, Philip K.  Music in the Air: America’s Changing Tastes in Popular Music, 1920-1980.  New York: Hastings House, 1982.

Edelman, Murray.  The Licensing of Radio Service in the United States, 1927 to 1947.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1950.

Edwardson, Mickie.  “James Lawrence Fly’s Report on Chain Broadcasting (1941) and the Regulation of Monopoly in America.”  Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television 22 (October 2002): 397-423.

Ehrlich, Matthew C.  “A Pathfinding Radio Documentary Series: Norman Corwin’s One World Flight.”  American Journalism 23 (Fall 2006): 35–59.

Ehrlich, Matthew C.  “Radio Prototype: Edward R. Murrow and Fred Friendly’s Hear It Now.” Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media  51 (September 2007): 438–56.   

Ehrlich, Matthew C. “Living with the Bomb: Fred Friendly’s “The Quick and the Dead.” Journalism History 35:1 (Spring 2009): 2-11.

Ehrlich, Matthew C.  “Radio Utopia: Promoting Public Interest in a 1940s Radio Documentary.”  Journalism Studies 9:6 (2008): 859-873.

Ehrlich, Matthew C. “‘All Things Are as They Were Then’: Radio’s You Are There.” American Journalism 28 (Winter 2011): 9–33.

Ehrlich, Matthew C.  Radio Utopia: Postwar Audio Documentary in the Public Interest.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2011.

Eilett, Ryan.  Radio Drama and Comedy Writers, 1928-1962.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2017.

Elkins, Evan.  “The Kind of Program Service All the People Want: Pat Weaver’s Failed Fourth Network.” Historical Journal of Film, Radio & Television 35:1 (March 2015): 176-194.

Ellett, Ryan. Encyclopedia of Black Radio in the United States, 1921-1955. Jefferson: McFarland & Company, 2012.

Ellett, Ryan.  Radio Drama and Comedy Writers, 1928-1962. Jefferson: McFarland, 2017.

Ely, Melvin Patrick.  The Adventures of Amos ‘n’ Andy: A Social History of an American Phenomenon.  New York: Free Press, 1991.

Emery, Walter B.  Broadcasting and Government. rev.ed.  East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1971.

Emmett, Ilana R.  “Feeling at Home: Sound, Affect, and Domesticity on Radio Soap Operas.” Radio Journal 19:1 (April 2021): 23-39.

Engelman, Ralph.  Public Radio and Television in America: A Political History.  Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 1996.

Erickson, Don V.  Armstrong’s Fight for FM Broadcasting.  University of Alabama Press, 1973.

Eshenazi, Gerald.  “I Hid it Under the Sheets”: Growing Up with Radio.  Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2005.

Etling, Laurence. Radio in the Movies: A History and Filmography, 1926-2010. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2011.

Faber, Liz W., and John L. Hochheimer.  “Networking the Counterculture: The 1970 Alternative Media Conference at Goddard College.”  Journal of Radio & Audio Media 23:2 (November 2016): 200-212.

Fang, Irving E.  Those Radio Commentators!  Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1977.

Fay, Jennifer.  “Casualties of War: The Decline of Foreign-Language Broadcasting During World War II.” Journal of Radio Studies 6:1 (Winter 1999): 62-80.

Fejes, Fred.  Imperialism, Media, and the Good Neighbor: New Deal Foreign Policy and United States Shortwave Broadcasting to Latin America.  Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishers, 1986.

Fisher, Marc.  Something in the Air: Radio, Rock, and the Revolution that Shaped a Generation.  New York: Random House, 2007.

Fishwick, Marshall W.  “Father Coughlin Time: The Radio and Redemption.”  Journal of Popular Culture 22:2 (Fall 1988): 33-47.

Fones-Wolf, Elizabeth.  Waves of Opposition: The Struggle for Democratic Radio, 1933-58.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2006.

Fones-Wolf, Elizabeth. “No Laughing Matter: The UAW and Gender Construction on Labor Radio in Fifties’s America.” Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas 8 (Spring 2011): 77–107.

Fornatele, Peter, and Joshua Mills.  Radio in the Television Age.  Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press, 1980.

Fortner, Robert S.  Radio, Morality, and Culture: Britain, Canada, and the United States, 1919-1945.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2005.

Foster, Daniel H.  “From Minstrel Shows to Radio Shows: Racism and Representation in Blackface and Blackvoice.”  Journal of American Drama and Theatre 17 (Spring 2005): 7–16.

Foust, James C. “The ‘Atomic Bomb’ of Broadcasting: Westinghouse’s ‘Stratovision’ Experiment, 1944–1949.” Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 55 (October 2011): 510–525.

Foust, James C. “‘So Vivid a Crossroads’: The FCC and Broadcast Allocation, 1934–1939.” Journal of Radio and Audio Media 20 (January 2013): 87–101.

Fowler, Gene, and Bill Crawford.  Border Radio: Quacks, Yodelers, Pitchmen, Psychics, and Other Amazing Broadcasters of the American Airwaves.  Austin: University of Texas Press, 2002.

Francis, Jessica. “A Case Study of Edwin Howard Armstrong’s Public Relations Campaign for Frequency Modulation.” Media History 20 (June 2014): 268–283.

Friedrich, Carl J. and Evelyn Sternberg.  “Congress and the Control of Radio Broadcasting.”  American Political Science Review 37 (October 1943): 797-818, 1014-1026.

Frost, Gary L.  Early FM Radio: Incremental Technology in Twentieth-Century America.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010.

Fuller-Seeley, Kathryn.  Jack Benny and the Golden Age of American Radio Comedy.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 2017.

Ganzert, Charles Ford Jr. “Platter Chatter and the Pancake Impresarios: The Re-Invention of Radio in the Age of Television, 1946 to 1959.” PhD dissertation, Ohio University, 1992.

Garrett-Davis, Josh.  “The Intertribal Drum of Radio: The Indians for Indians Hour and Native American Media, 1941-1951.” Western Historical Quarterly 49:3 (Autumn 2018): 249-273.

Gaver, Jack, and Dave Stanly.  There’s Laughter in the Air!  New York: Greenberg, 1945.

Getz Rouse, Morleen.  “A History of the F. W. Ziv Radio and Television Production and Syndication Companies, 1930-1960.”  PhD dissertation, University of Michigan, 1976.

Ghiglione, Loren, ed.  Radio’s Revolution: Don Hollenbeck’s CBS Views the Press.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2008.

Gilbert, Douglas.  Floyd Gibbons- Knight of the Air.  New York: McBride and Co., 1930.

Godfrey, Donald G., and Val E. Limburg.  “The Rogue Elephant of Radio Legislation: Senator William E. Borah.”  Journalism Quarterly 67 (1990):214-24. 

Godfrey, Donald G., and Frederic A. Leigh, eds.  Historical Directory of American Radio.  Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1998.

Godfrey, Donald G., and Susan L. Brinson, eds.  Routledge Reader on Electronic Media History.   New York: Routledge, 2015.

Godfried, Nathan.  WCFL, Chicago’s Voice of Labor, 1926-1978.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1997.

Godfried, Nathan.  “Fellow Traveler of the Air: Rod Holmgren and Leftist Radio News Commentary in America’s Cold War.”  Historical Journal of Film, Radio & Television 24:2 (June 2004): 233-251.

Gomery, Douglas.  A History of Broadcasting in the United States.  New York: Wiley, 2008.

Goodman, David. “Making Early American Broadcasting’s Public Sphere: Radio Fortune Telling and the Demarcation of Private and Public Speech.” Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television 32:2 (2012): 187-205.

Goodman, David.  Radio’s Civic Imagination: American Broadcasting and Democracy in the 1930s.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2011.

Goodman, David. “Making Early American Broadcasting’s Public Sphere: Radio Fortune Telling and the Demarcation of Private and Public Speech,” Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television 32 (June 2012): 187–205.

Goodman, David. “The Tentacles of a Mighty Octopus: Right Populist Critiques of Early American Network Broadcasting.” Media History 20 (June 2014): 254–268.

Goodman, David. “Before Hate Speech: Charles Coughlin, Free Speech, and Listeners’ Rights.” Patterns of Prejudice49:3 (2015): 199-224.

Goodman, David, and Joy Elizabeth Hayes.  New Deal Radio: The Educational Radio Project.  New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2022.

Goodman, Mark, and Mark Gring. “The Ideological Fight over Creation of the Federal Radio Commission in 1927.”  Journalism History 26:3 (Summer 2000): 117-124. 

Goslind, John.  Waging the War of the Worlds: A History of the Radio 1938 Broadcast and Resulting Panic.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2009. 

Gribble, Richard.  “Family Theater of the Air: The Radio Ministry of Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., 1945-1952.”  U.S. Catholic Historian 19 (Summer 2001): 51-66.

Gribble, Richard.  “The Other Radio Priest: James Gillis’s Opposition to Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Foreign Policy.” Journal of the Church and State 44 (Summer 2002): 501-519.

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