By Christopher H. Sterling
Produced in organization with the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago, the Encyclopedia of Radio contains greater than six hundred entries masking significant nations and areas of the area in addition to particular courses and other people, networks and organisations, law and rules, viewers study, and radio's know-how. This encyclopedic paintings often is the first largely conceived reference resource on a medium that's now approximately 80 years outdated, with essays that offer crucial info at the topic in addition to touch upon the importance of the actual individual, association, or subject being tested.
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Regarding the programming of the AC format, stations that employ the genre place greater emphasis on the music, thus minimizing disc jockey chatter. AC stations might describe themselves as “soft rockers” or as “hot, soft, lite, bright, mix or variety”; the phrase “continuous soft rock favorites of yesterday and today” serves as a common line in promotional spots (MacFarland, 1997). ” Called “recurrents,” these older songs typically have just left the current chart and are usually between six months and two years old (Howard, Kievman, and Moore, 1994).
AC stations might describe themselves as “soft rockers” or as “hot, soft, lite, bright, mix or variety”; the phrase “continuous soft rock favorites of yesterday and today” serves as a common line in promotional spots (MacFarland, 1997). ” Called “recurrents,” these older songs typically have just left the current chart and are usually between six months and two years old (Howard, Kievman, and Moore, 1994). Halper (1991) contends that AC music directors must keep up with the newest adult pop artists, such as those presented on VH1, the slightly more mature version of MTV, the cable music channel.
Encyclopedia of Radio, Volume 1 by Christopher H. Sterling