Read & Download ✓ Border Radio: uacks Yodelers Pitchmen Psychics and Other Amazing Broadcasters of the American Airwaves 100

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Read & Download ✓ Border Radio: Quacks, Yodelers, Pitchmen, Psychics, and Other Amazing Broadcasters of the American Airwaves 100 ✓ Before the Internet brought the world together there was border radio These mega watt border blaster stations set uIs book traces the eventful history of border radio from its founding in the 1930s by goat gland doctor J R Brinkley to the glory days of Wolfman Jack in the 1960s Along the way it shows how border broadcasters pioneered direct sales advertising helped prove the power of ele. I was looking for of a straight forward informative history of mega powered radio transmitters for Mexico This was of a history as told through biographical essays The first subject wore me out from finishing the rest aside from the short Wolfman Jack entry Interesting well researched just not what I was looking for

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Before the Internet brought the world together there was border radio These mega watt border blaster stations set up just across the Mexican border to evade US regulations beamed programming across the United States and as far away as South America Japan and Western EuropeTh. Face it sometimes technology peaks Computers iPods digital radio who needs it What you need in a technology is something that actually sounds better after midnight

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Border Radio Quacks Yodelers Pitchmen Psychics and Other Amazing Broadcasters of the American AirwavesCtronic media as a political tool aided in spreading the popularity of country music rhythm and blues and rock and laid the foundations for today's electronic church The authors have revised the text to include even first hand information and a larger selection of photograph. A brisk entertaining read that gives the uacks in uestion perhaps credit than they deserve but the authors' generosity keeps the mood upbeat The authors make an effort to balance a US centric view of events by uoting Mexican government and media sources Sometimes the text felt repetitive as when the authors couldn't resist re using exceptionally good uotes from the hucksters Good bw photos extensive bibliography