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Childhood at Chapman Lane, Petaluma, Oklahoma, TV and radio in the 50s and 60s.
A story of growing up in the 1940s. Dani Miller,age 14, interviews her grandma, Joyce Quinn in Los Angles,CA. You will learn about her religion, careers, teachers, family members and hobbies through this interview. You will also hear about her...
Talking to my father about his media experience in the 70s as well as now
In this interview, Laura Smith (16) interviews her grandmother Betty Hendrix (80). Betty shares her memories of growing up during World War II and living in Alabama during the civil rights movement. This interview was conducted on November 22, 2018,...
Born in Mississippi in 30’s, Millie discusses technological changes throughout her lifetime and how they’ve impacted her personally.
Dinah Van Sandt Dittert talks about her traveling Vaudeville days and building a local 250 watt radio station.
I weave my life into the greater story of 1934 to the present, the Great Depression, rural America, the child games we played, while man I would marry fire bombed Tokyo,the second world war, repression of the 1950s,west coast jitters...
Gabrielle Bryant, broadcast journalist based in Denver, shares her take on the importance and the meaning of press freedom today in the U.S.
Arista Mozena talking to her Dad Steve Mozena about his pursuit to become an actor in Hollywood.
At the “See what I’m Sayin'” radio show studio in Indianapolis, Lee Martin speaks with Florence Myers-McSwain, Michael Law, and Bill Sparks about what it’s like working in radio as blind individuals. Each person talks about their history with radio...
My mom talks about how she did research and found out current news events before the Internet. She also compares life then to life now and what she does and does not like about it.
My grandma and I had a discussion about how the news has evolved from when she was growing up to now .
Grandparents recall their stories of radios from their childhood and their significance from when they were children. Lavelle (Main Speaker) is 95 years old and recalls events from her childhood and stories she was told. She came in from riding...
This is a discussion with my 96 year old grandmother and the things she has experienced in life.
Me and my mom talk about how she remembers the news growing up and how she believes it has changed.
Growing up in the forties and fifties, marriage and divorce in the sixties, and life and work.
Lawrence Adams, founder of one of the most popular radio stations in the Seattle area and retired broadcasting teacher from Nathan Hale High School, shares his experiences with gun violence and his attempts to include women/minority students in the radio...