Jim Cox, a leading historian of radio programming in the 20th century, is an award-winning author of numerous books about old time radio. A retired college professor, he lives in Louisville, Kentucky.
"an entertaining, informative history of the major radio networks and their programming. Recommended"--Choice; "Begun with 2002's Say Goodnight Gracie, and continue with 2008's Sold on Radio, the medium's best modern historian has capped the most well-written and informative history of radio in recent memory with this tome. This triumvirate of books should stand for some time as the definitive history of classic radio's beginning, maturation, and demise"--Old Time Radio Digest.