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"A fascinating, finely researched reconsideration of the newspaper industry's response to the advent of radio. Stamm has made a major contribution to mass media history."—James L. Baughman, author of Same Time, Same Station: Creating American Television, 1948-1961
"Stamm describes in superb detail the important but often overlooked and misunderstood relationship between the newspaper industry and the new medium of radio during an influential, anxious, and sometimes contentious time period for both."—Journal of Radio and Audio Media
"Sound Business is the absorbing account of the conversion of America's post-World War I newspaper business into the early multimedia conglomerates that form today's media giants. . . . Scholars and students alike will regard this exceptional history as a great addition to the literature on how new media intertwine with old to shape the current media landscape."—Journal of American History
"Sound Business: Newspapers, Radio, and the Politics of New Media is a well-researched contribution to American media and business history. . . . But more than that, it helps us better understand the intellectual and political contexts that have both enabled and constrained American choices about cross-media ownership."—Business History Review
About the Author
Michael Stamm is Associate Professor of History at Michigan State University.
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