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By Charles Fairchild

Radio, the main conventional medium on the planet, is a dominant mediator of musical that means. via a mixture of serious research, interdisciplinary concept and ethnographic writing approximately group radio, this publication presents a singular theorization of democratic aesthetics, with vital implications for the learn of previous and new media alike.

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