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Summary

NAB Convention: Biting the Hand
Airdate: Tuesday - March 23, 1965

WOR Show

Show Description
Beards and problems it creates The Human Comedy Hour National Association of Broadcasters compared everything from the Mafia to garbage Demo of the all automatic radio station, untouched by human hands Artificial broadcasting emotionalism The more trivial the product the more bombastic the advertisement The Philadelphia Bulletin bombastic advertisement for . . . Scott Tissue N.A.B. Broadcasters Prayer (as a measure of the self importance of broadcasting) N.A.B. Seminar on the 30 second commercial The big speaker of the day - The Weatherman Religious Kazoo music by Shep
Notes
In a day when audio recording was rather crude, Shep predicts the ability to record radio stations with out actually having to listen to them! [Rich B] Shep says he owned a Peugeot 403
WOR ID
Speaking of a Soundless Mindless Cacophony this is WOR!
Commercials
American Heritage Magazine
Leather Guild Warehouse
Peugeot
Prestone
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Important Music
Oh Marie
Slapstix
Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Ay
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Unknown
Rating
Not Rated
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  Lee Rotter
  Goldindex 76679 The Jean Shepherd Show. March 23, 1965. WOR, New York. Participating sponsors. Shepherd has just attended the N. A. B. Convention. "You've never heard such kvetching in your life." "Don't bite the claw that feeds you." Shep isn't very pleased with "today's" radio, calling it, "the static of our day." He also reads a toilet paper ad, with portentious musical accompaniment. Part of the opening theme has been deleted. Jean Shepherd. 44:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.
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