A new publication is out, uniting results from a recent research project: Transnationalizing Radio Research presents a theoretical and methodological guide for exploring radio’s multiple »global ages«, from its earliest years through its recent digital transformations.
It offers radio scholars theoretical tools and concrete case studies for moving beyond national research frames. It gives radio practitioners inspiration for production and archiving, and offers scholars from many disciplines new ways to incorporate radio’s vital voices into work on transnational institutions, communities, histories and identities.
The first section is on Community Radio and Media, curated by Caroline Mitchell and Peter M. Lewis and with contributions by them as well as Katie Moylan, Judith Purkarthofer, Nazan Haydari and Paul Wilson and Matthew Linfoot. Enjoy!