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- Provides a comprehensive, easy-to-use introduction to the field
- Grounds theory with global examples
- Takes it further with recommended reading
- Covers the central ideas and practices from production and media studies
- Situates radio studies within its historical context and contemporary auditory culture
Noise is one of the codes of radio and refers to sound content that is not speech, music or silence. Noise is created either naturally, accidentally or artificially, as in a sound effect.
Crisell has claimed that speech is the primary code of radio (1994: 3), (see ...