50 Old Time Radio Commercials (Cass, RE). Radio Reruns.
Radio astronomy has revolutionized the course of modern astronomy. Each of the score of contributors seeks to give a good 'feeling' for the times to the great majority of readers who will not have experienced them. Over 150 illustrations, mostly historical photographs of men and machines, enliven the various recollections and reflections.
The 51 years that separate the broadcasting of the world's first radio commercial in New York and the first radio ad to run in Britain are testament to the huge differences in cultural attitudes to the medium on each side of the Atlantic. AT&T sold WEAF to NBC in 1926 and quit radio for good.
Growing up in the white-bread America of the Fifties, we had never heard anything like it, but we reacted, or remember reacting, instantaneously and were converted. We were believers before we knew what it was that had so spectacularly ripped the dull, familiar fabric of our lives. We asked our friends, maybe an older brother or sister. We found out that they called it rock & roll. It was so much more vital and alive than any music we had ever heard before that it needed a new category: Rock & roll was much more than new music for us. It was an obsession, and a way of life.
Listen to 21 50s Radio Stations. The 1950s saw a sudden change in popular music culture. The 1950s saw the rise of the electric guitar and vocal driven Rock and Roll, Pop, R&B, Blues and Country music. eu/ Genres: 50s. 18 Listeners 128 Kbps.
Radio was equally important in keeping sustained levels of support among the home public and the public of friendly nations. In the early Cold War in particular, listeners in the West had to be persuaded of the need for higher defence spending levels and a policy of containment. Later, even if other media – and in particular television – had become more important, radio continued to be used widely. They examine the ‘off-air’ politics of radio broadcasting, from the choice of theme to the selection of speakers, singers and music pieces. The key issue tackled by contributors is the problem of measuring the impact of, and qualifying the success of, information policies and propaganda programmes produced during the Cultural Cold War.
Unknown Pleasures is the debut studio album by English rock band Joy Division, released on 15 June 1979 by Factory Records. The album was recorded and mixed over three successive weekends at Stockport's Strawberry Studios in April 1979, and was produced by Martin Hannett, who incorporated a number of unconventional production techniques into the group's sound. The cover artwork was designed by artist Peter Saville, using a data plot of signals from a radio pulsar.
The Sound of the Brand. Sound Logo – Audi Heartbeat. Another means of increasing interest is to incorporate a particularly long (10 seconds) reminder spot. This is designed according to the same principles as the main radio commercial. The selection of voices contributes to identifying the Audi brand. The key role is assigned to the so-called Brand Voice which can be said to act as the voice of the Audi brand. It articulates the claim Vorsprung durch Technik and acts as the main voiceover. The properties of the Brand Voice are as follows: male, audible age 35–45, medium to deep pitch, no dialect