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"Puttin on the hits"

http://www.oidar.com/POTH.htm

6 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

A true story about Top 40 radio in the 60s and 70s, by John Long

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Allan Weiner: Access to the Airwaves

http://www.angelfire.com/biz2/Airwaves/

Allan Weiner's autobiography - Access to the Airwaves - My Fight For Free Radio. A webpage about the book.

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Badcasters: Bad Radio at its Worst

http://www.badcasters.com/

Collecting stories from radio people: from embarrassing moments to promotions-gone-bad! Be a part of the upcoming Badcasters book and CD!

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Dick York's memoir

http://www.seesawgirlandme.com

The Bewitched star writes candidly about his rich, bittersweet life, including his days as a juvenile radio star in Chicago.

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Los Angeles Radio People

http://www.laradio.com/

Los Angeles Radio People is brand new and profiles over 3,000 djs, sports/news people, talk show hosts, pds and gms.

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Middle East Media Guide

http://www.middleeastmediaguide.com

"Comprehensive annual media reference book for the Arab world also contains extensive links to newspapers, magazines, radio & television stations and other media across the region".

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Passport to World Band Radio

http://www.passband.com/

Annual complete reference to shortwave broadcasting, with schedules, worldwide station contact and personnel info.

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The Cash Cage

http://www.thecashcage.com

"Book written by Corey Deitz. Deitz, a 25-year Radio veteran, dishes the dirt on an army of wanderers who spin tunes, give the time and temp, take the requests and when the pressure is on are easily discarded by a cutthroat business that disguises itself as your favorite song".

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The Dead Man and the Sea" by Janice Steinberg

http://www.janicesteinberg.com/

This is a novel about a Public Radio Reporter, Margo Simon, who fights crime in this series of books. This is the fourth book.

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