"A goldmine ... wiser and funnier than almost any book in the field … the richest account yet published of the ways in which broadcasting is experienced, by both listener and broadcaster ... this is a wonderful book." — The Times
(London) Literary Supplement
Nominally a guide to starting a home-grown, community radio station, this idiosyncratic book offers much more than that, including a passionate defense of noncommercial broadcasting. Lorenzo W. Milam, a pioneer in the development of listener-supported community radio, shares his enthusiasm and insights in a volume that has already inspired a generation of broadcasters and listeners and is poised to do the same for the podcasting generation. Although the details may change, the desire to communicate directly and honestly with a wider audience is a constant, and this impulse is fueled by Milam's splendidly eccentric handbook.
Reprint of the MHO & MHO Works, San Diego, California, 1988 edition.