"Sterling and Keith . . . intelligently consider FM's present and future. . . . Allowing FM's story to date--a distinctly American tale of art, science, business, and ingenuity--to conclude satisfyingly, loud and clear."
The Atlantic Monthly
"Fills a significant gap in the literature. . . . Likely to remain the definitive history of FM radio for some time to come."
"Another solid contribution to our understanding of the broadcast industry."
"A welcome addition to electronic media research . . . not written just for the electronic media scholar."
"Well researched and documented. . . . This interesting, well-written book is worth acquiring. . . . Essential."
About the Author
Christopher H. Sterling is professor of media and public affairs at George Washington University. He is author or editor of two dozen books, including Stay Tuned: A History of American Broadcasting
Michael C. Keith is associate professor of communication at Boston College. A former broadcast professional, he cofounded the Broadcast Education Association's Radio and Audio Media division and is author of twenty books, including Dirty Discourse: Sex and Indecency in American Radio