|Title||:||pioneers of radio entertainment|
|Plot||:||+Blue Network. A salute to the pioneers of radio entertainment. Stories of the fish in the control room, standby musicians, fire engines during the stock market report. Tommy Cowan, WJZ's first announcer, tells how he helped to construct the station. Letters from listeners are answered by Tom Kennedy (radio editor of the New York Times). Letters from 1924: What kind of radio should I buy, a crystal set or one with tubes? Why did the station I was listening to go off the air? Do you think commercial advertising is ethical? Why didn't my radio play? A tribute to radio performers who have passed on. A day in the life of radio station WJZ during the 1920's is recreated by Phillips Carlin and early performers, such as Winnifred T. Barr (WJZ's first pianist).|
|File||:||Behind The Mike 41-03-02 (24) Pioneers Of Radio Entertainment.mp3|
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