The Original Sex and Broadcasting: A Handbook on Starting a Radio Station for the Community

"'Sex and Broadcasting' gives an overview of what it takes (or at least what it took in the '60s and '70s -- the technology and regulation of radio have changed significantly since the book was published) to start up a station and to give it purpose. Milam was one of the early pioneers in radical, community based non-commercial broadcasting. He formed the KRAB Nebula of stations that originally competed with Pacifica for the far left of public radio. At times the book reads like a Yippie manifesto, but when Milam starts talking about the power of radio, one cannot help but be swayed."

Excerpted from a review by T.C Ross

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