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Saving the Endangered Sounds of Detroit’s Radio History

From time to time, the Radio Survivor Academic Series has been pointing to noteworthy articles and posts that have been shared by other excellent sound and audio related blogs and which are connected to the Radio Preservation Task Force (RPTF). Recently, Sounding Out! has been featuring specific archival collections that are a focus of the […]

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Thinking through Radio History: An Interview with John Durham Peters – Pt. 2

This week, we are pleased to bring you the second part of an interview with media historian John Durham Peters. Last week, part one of the interview touched on intriguing issues in radio studies such as questions about the future of radio and radio’s non-human element. This second post asks about communal listening practices (and […]

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Thinking through Radio History: An Interview with John Durham Peters – Pt. 1

Once again, we are very excited to present an interview with a leading media historian for Radio Survivor’s Academic Series. John Durham Peters is a media and cultural historian and social theorist who is currently the A. Craig Baird Professor in Communication Studies at the University of Iowa. He is also a consultant and participant […]

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Upcoming Deadlines for Radio Studies Conferences and Publications

March is a busy month for deadlines for conference proposals and abstract or paper submissions for academic journals in the field of Radio Studies. Radio and Sound scholars may want to take a quick glance at the following opportunities for sharing your radio research (some of the deadlines are fast approaching!): (more…)

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In Media Res Features the Radio Preservation Task Force, Plus Some Upcoming Radio Studies Conferences

Happy New Year and welcome back to the Radio Survivor Academic Series! For this first post of 2015 I want to call attention to a recent online series on archives by members of the Radio Preservation Task Force and pass on some information about four upcoming conferences related to radio studies, that focus on radio […]

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Radio Survivor Academic Series 2014 Year in Review

Earlier this year I wrote my first post for Radio Survivor following the annual Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference that took place in Seattle in March. In this initial post, I pointed to an increase of Sound Studies research at the conference and located within this field a vibrant cohort of radio researchers […]

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Radio’s Top 40 Democracy: A Q&A with Author Eric Weisbard

There are a number of radio and music scholars who write for both academic and non-academic audiences. Eric Weisbard is one example of that. In the 1990s, he made his living as a rock critic for publications such as Spin and the Village Voice and today he is an Assistant Professor of American Studies at […]

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Educational Radio: An Interview with Brian Gregory

Brian Gregory currently works as an academic technologist at Pace University where he collaborates with faculty, students, staff, and the Pace community in order to implement educational technologies in ways that promote active and engaged learning. I recently asked Brian a few questions about his research in educational broadcasting and the ways in which he […]

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