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Book Title:Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio
EAN/ISBN:9780060182151
Author:Tom Lewis
Ebook ID:70380
Publisher:Harpercollins
Number Of Pages:421
Available Format:PDF/EPUB/Mobi

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Follow story of radio's creation of radio and three men of genius, vision, and determination: Lee De Forest, clergyman's flamboyant son; Edwin Howard A.... This is story of three men responsible bringing radio and television into our homes. We take both granted, as if they've always been there.. Empire of Air: The Men Who Made Radio is production of Florentine Films and WETA Washington, D.C. KEN BURNS AMERICAN STORIES is production of Florentine Films association with WETA Washington, D.C.. For fifty years radio dominated airwaves and American consciousness as first mass medium. Ken Burns examines lives of three extraordinary men who shared primary responsibility invention and its early success, and whose genius, friendship, rivalry and enmity interacted tragic ways.. Empire of Air: The Men Who Made Radio is non-fiction book by Tom Lewis, history of radio United States, published by HarperCollins 1991. The book was adapted into both 1992 documentary film by Ken Burns and 1992 radio drama written and directed by David Ossman.. "Empire of The Air: The Men Who Made Radio," by Tom Lewis, HarperCollins, New York, 1991. This 421 page paperback is book accompanied 1990s PBS series, three-hour presentation of story of radio. It emphasized role of three individuals: Lee DeForest, Howard Armstrong, and David Sarnoff..

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