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You can say it was a different time, like the McCarthy era, but you would be wrong.
It sheds a new and more personal look at the courage of DJ's who risked careers and well being, to promote a new music and cultural change.
I also learned so much about the progression of rock music, as seen through the eyes and ears of the original DJs themselves.
It's a pretty interesting look at early rock radio history and how we got to the sorry state radio is in...Published 1 day ago by TieDye Kid
For boomers this is a most enjoyable stroll down memory lane, for other generations it is 20th century pop culture history lesson, focused on R n R music, and all the personality... Read morePublished 9 months ago by TJ
Short and sweet.....I read Richard Neer's book called "FM: The Rise & Fall of Rock Radio" and I loved it. Therefore when I saw this PBS Special, I was naturally interested. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Robert G Alfano
A decent, fun, and somewhat informative history of rock radio. If you know nothing, or very little on the subject, this is a good starting point. Read morePublished 17 months ago by M.T. Daffenberg
It had lots of good information about the evolution of rock radio, but I was expecting more about the music and more music. It was hard to finish it.Published 18 months ago by David T. Cady
What a truly great documentary. Brought back countless memories. I tell people all the time you had yo be there. Read morePublished 18 months ago by M L Penza
Finally, a radio documentary that goes beyond the payola scandal and into an often neglected portion of radio history. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Timothy Smith
Don't know how they could put more into this program. It left me wanting to watch more of it. Many thanks for your excellent procduct, packaging, & service.Published 22 months ago by Ed Weichsler