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Encyclopedia of Radio 3-Volume Set Hardcover – 8 Jan 2004

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Volumes 2 and 3 are Absent 18 Jun. 2012
By Phil Maggio - Published on Amazon.com
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From what i got from the sample this is a terrific Encyclopedia containing information on numerous facets of Radio and its history.

When i purchased the set i was disappointed to find that only volume one of three appears here and that only volume 1 is available for the Kindle. This is a bit of a mystery since the hard cover price of this encyclopedia is only slightly more than the cost of the first of three volumes in the Kindle format. After refunding my purchase Amazon added 'Volume 1' to this title's description.

I contacted the Chicago based Museum of Radio and TV and was told that the publication is no longer in their hands. The prospect of contacting Routledge, the apparent copyright holder, is daunting as their website presents no clear method of how to contact someone.

Too bad, such a young and acclaimed set should be available digitally.
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