Further reading

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  • Atton, C 2003. 'Fanzines'. The continuum encyclopedia of popular music of the world. Vol. 1. London: Continuum
  • Ballantine, C 1989. 'A brief history of South African popular music'. Popular Music. Vol. 8. Number 3. pp304-10.
  • Barnard, S 1989. On the radio: music radio in Britain. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.
  • Barnes, K 1988. 'Top 40 radio'. Facing the music. Ed. Simon Frith. New York: Pantheon. pp.8-50.
  • Chapman, R 1992. Selling the sixties: the pirates and pop music radio. London: Routledge.
  • Danielson, V 1997. The voice of Egypt: Umm Kulthūm, Arabic song, and Egyptian society in the twentieth century. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Douglas, USSJ 1999. Listening in: radio and the American imagination. New York: Times Books.
  • Frith, S 1981. Sound effects: youth, leisure, and the politics of rock 'n' roll. New York: Pantheon.
  • Frith, S 2002. 'Look! hear! The uneasy relationship of music and television'. Popular Music. Vol. 21. No.3. pp. 277-90.
  • Hamm, C 1991. 'The constant companion of man: separate development, radio Bantu and music'. Popular Music. Vol. 10. No. 2. pp.147-73.
  • Nichols, R 1983. Radio Luxembourg: the station of the stars. London: Allen.
  • Sanjek, R 1988. American popular music and its business: the first four hundred years. New York: Oxford University Press. 3 vols.
  • Sanjek, R 1983. From print to plastic: publishing and promoting America's popular music (1900-1980). Brooklyn: Institute for Studies in American Music.
  • Wolfe,CK 1975. The grand ole Opry: the early years, 1925-35. London: Old Time Music.