Radio in Wartime


xiv, 384 pages. "The first authoritative book about the wartime use of radio in the United States. What fundamental policies should govern creative Radio in wartime? How effective are such broadcasts? What skills and techniques are most useful in the writing, producing and directing of American Radio in wartime? This book will open your eyes - and ears. It will tell you, the radio listener, how to detect propaganda - and how to create and put effective propaganda on the air! Author was Director of Radio Productions for the University of Chicago and of the world-famous University of Chicago Round Table, to which tens of millions listened each week." - dust jacket. Prior owner's name stamped inside each board, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear to red cloth-covered boards. Binding tight. Above-average wear to dramatically-illustrated, price-clipped and mylar protected dust jacket, the back panel of which promotes the purchase of U.S. War Bonds and Stamps, featuring a message from and photo of business analyst Merryle Stanley Rukeyser. Cole p.258, Larson 42.

Title: Radio in Wartime

Author Name: Dryer, Sherman H.; Bernays, Edward L.; Lerner, Max; Corwin, Norman; Landry, Robert; Obeler, Arch; Lasswell, Harold; Schoenfeld, Bernard

Categories: Military, News Media, Covert Operations,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Greenburg Publisher: 1942

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 643H3537

Keywords: Commercial Radio Propaganda Wartime Disinformation Misinformation Morale Censorship Merryle Stanley Rukeyser U.S. War Bonds Stamps,