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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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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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Archives, Access, and the Sounds of New York City: An Interview with Kenneth Goldsmith

Many Radio Survivor readers are no doubt familiar with Kenneth Goldsmith’s work as the host of “Kenny G’s Hour of Pain” on the freeform radio station WFMU. Goldsmith hosted weekly radio programs at the station for fifteen years, from 1995 until 2010. In 2005 he commented on WFMU and its role as an experimental and […]

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Radio and Podcasting Events at 2014 Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference

There’s been a lot of great energy in recent years surrounding the field of sound studies, in which scholars are increasingly looking at the importance of the auditory aspects of media culture. Within the world of sound studies, a growing group of radio scholars is working hard to ensure that an academic lens is focused […]

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Velvet Light Trap Seeks Papers from Sound Scholars

Radio scholarship can be found in many pockets of academia. Media studies, communications departments, cultural studies, popular culture, history, and radio-television-film programs are some of the fields where radio research takes place. In recent years, sound studies can be added to this list. The Velvet Light Trap, “a journal devoted to investigating historical questions that […]

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