Boss Radio KHJ in the Neon Fun Jungle Kindle Edition
|Length: 130 pages||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled||
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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!