8 edition of Radio hole-in-the-head/Radio liberty found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HE8697.4 .C75 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||1879383470, 1879383489|
|LC Control Number||95032855|
Book Notes Authors of Book Notes in this issue: Alexis Heraclides (AH) - Panteion University, Athens Critchlow, James, Radio Hole-in-the Head. Radio Liberty: An Insiders Story of Cold War Broadcasting. Washington, DC: American University Press. xi, pp. Crocker, Chester A.; Fen Osler Hampson & Pamela R. Aall, Managing. James Critchlow, Radio Hole-in-the Head. Radio Liberty: an Insider’s Story of Cold War Broadcasting (Washington, DC: American University Press, ). Google ScholarCited by: 3.
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"Radio Hole-in-the-Head/Radio Liberty" traces the evolution of Radio Liberty (RL) from its early beginnings as a creation of enthusiastic amateurs to its emergence on the international scene as a professional journalistic voice and recognized catalyst of societal change in the former USSR.3/5.
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Washington, D.C.: American University Press, pp. Radio hole-in-the-head/Radio liberty book $ Radio Liberty, created in as a step-sister to Radio Free Europe, beamed news, music, and American propaganda to listeners in the Soviet Union from its base in Munich, Germany.
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Radio Hole-in-the-Head/Radio Liberty. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, Clark comment: Critchlow was one of founders of Radio Liberty (RL). He has produced a book that is simultaneously temperate and revealing about RL's role in the Cold War. Among the more well-known are James Critchlow, Radio Hole-In-The-Head/Radio Liberty: An Insider's Story of Cold War Broadcasting (Washington, D.C.: American University Press, ); A.A.
Michie, Voices Through the Iron Curtain: The Radio Free Europe Story (New York: Dodd, Mead, ); Robert T. Holt, Radio Free Europe (Minneapolis: University. Pressroom: In your book, Radio Hole-In-The-Head/Radio Liberty, you emphasize the critical role played by the Russian-American diaspora and Soviet exile community in ensuring that RL would not become an anti-communist propaganda tool, but rather a professional media organization.
Radio hole-in-the-head/Radio liberty: International broadcasting by United States (Book) Improvements made, some still needed in management of Radio Free Europe/Radio free-lance services provided by RFE/RL employees: report to the Honorable Malcolm S.
Forbes, Jr. Radio Hole-in-the-Head: Radio Liberty: An Insider’s Story of Cold War Broadcasting by James Critchlow January 6, Comments Off While surrogate broadcasting was effective during the Cold War, even then it faced some serious problems, which BBG [The Broadcasting Board of Governors, a controversial.
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Goals of Radio Liberty Chapter 3. Radio Hole-In-The-Head: Radio Liberty: An Insider's Story of Cold War Broadcasting (Traces the evolution of Radio Liberty (RL) from its begin) Radio Liberty: Radio Hole-in-the-Head (How a Russian-speaking young American helped set up a rad) Radio Liberty: Radio Hole-in-the-Head by Critchlow, James () Paperback.
A former deputy director of the New York bureau of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty, he exults, "The freedom radios proved to be one of democracy's most powerful weapons." (p.
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Critchlow, James, Radio hole-in-the-head/Radio Liberty: an Insider's Story of Cold War Broadcasting Washington, DC: American U.P.pp. ix-xi, Radio Hole-in-the-Head/Radio Liberty. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, Clark comment: Critchlow was one of founders of Radio Liberty (RL).
He has produced a book that is simultaneously temperate and revealing about RL's role in the Cold War.The book analyses how political warfare sought to employ covert operations, overt tactics and propaganda in a co-ordinated offensive against international communism. Charting the critical contribution of a broad network of local, religious, civic, labour, and business groups, Mistry reveals how the notion of a specific American success paved.