Change of FM band frequencies

Peter Murray
Thu Dec 15 12:36:40 EST 2011

On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 1:38 AM, Donna Halper <> wrote:
> And while it was a well-done TV documentary, it badly underplayed anyone was
> not corporate (Westinghouse, GE, RCA), never mentioned any women or
> minorities, and focused on Sarnoff, Armstrong and DeForest as if they were
> the entire story of radio.  Agreed, they were three major figures (although
> DeForest's role could be debated-- he was quite a self-promoter), but the
> early years of broadcasting had some amazing entrepreneurs, including the
> late great John Shepard 3rd, who was mentioned but just barely.


Would you make the same statement about the book as well? I would
rather get the book than watch the TV show - I expect there is much
more info in the text rather than the couple of hours in the TV


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