Bruce Lenthall discusses the challenges and opportunities of teaching radio history to a generation of students for whom even the metaphors we often use to think about radio’s early history no longer resonate.
Continuing our “Honoring Hilmes” series, Jason Jacobs describes his use of Michele Hilmes’ work in his career, demonstrating her unique capacity to work across national borders both in her thinking and interpersonally.
What makes technology educational? Brian Gregory prompts this inquiry in his consideration of how Edgar Dale’s ideas about sensory learning fit into the history of educational radio and ed tech.
Days after the channel debuted a documentary series focused on gender equality, their Wimbledon coverage raises questions about their own commitment to equality in broadcasting.
Considering the larger historical context of the broadcasters’ objections to Aereo, how might this case reflect how broadcasters are revising their commitment to “free” television?
A radio station that signs on and off with the phases of the sun? Well that’s something I haven’t experienced since. . . well, ever.