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Boss Radio KHJ in the Neon Fun Jungle Kindle Edition

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About the Author

Since 1975, Woody Goulart has researched and reported on rock and roll radio programming in Los Angeles. His former website Boss Radio Forever was in continuous service online since 1996 providing an insider's look at this fascinating subject including multiple viewpoints from different eyewitnesses and participants. This eBook contains the content that formerly was online on his website.

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  • File Size: 2315 KB
  • Print Length: 130 pages
  • Publication Date: January 1, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0063SL3JU
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I'm Woody Goulart, located in San Francisco, California. Who am I? I'm a professional writer, and, a solutions provider. What this means is that I help make people look good through careful brand management and strategic communications.

I offer my extensive professional experience to clients featuring my strategic communications services, brand development/management, production of eBooks for sales on Amazon, consulting, coaching, mentoring, and, personal training for creating or repairing websites.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Craig Hines on January 3, 2014
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Admission: I loved the NFJ first edition. It told a story that connects with me, a radio freak!

Second Admission: The new NFJ is better and richer than I expected, as radio is not as exciting (to me anyway) as it was, but I found some tasty new morsels of info and behind-the-scenes intrigue which kept me searching for more. It is always fun to read not only "scholarly research" but also the private moments of people that I knew, admired, listened to, hated, envied, wondered about, or actually worked with and/or for.

Kindle reading is my new "jones," and reading books on "the media" and the people of radio, television, news and film is just perfect for cocooning on a lazy weekend. And, when my eyes get tired, I often let the Kindle read it to me... which I recently discovered.

In summation: As I like to say, "It is cheap - at twice the price!" It is well worth reading and treasuring. Ahh, radio, we miss you... and the journey into the Neon Fun Jungle at least gives us a feeling for the broadcasting that used to be!
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Woody tells stories about some fabled times in Los Angeles radio, but this book is way more than that. It's intimate, emotional, and uplifting. He achieved his dream of being on the air in L.A., but when the dream quickly came crashing down, he got moving, picked himself up, and eased on down the road, creating several new dreams along the way. He held down some impressive positions, but still he grieved over his perceived losses, until one day he realized he was past it. Really over it. He set about creating a new way of life for himself that was soul-satisfying, and...you should download this book and absorb it all. There are lessons here for all of us - radio fans or not.
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Fair at best, more about the author and radio than KHJ. If you want to learn about KHJ and how it became such a great station, buy Ron Jacob's book.
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If you love reading about the history of Top40 radio, this book about the genre in Boss Angeles is a must read.
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