Ingeborg Bachmann (1926-1973) is recognized as one of post-war German literature's most important novelists, poets, and playwrights.
Author: Ingeborg Bachmann
Ingeborg Bachmann (1926-1973) is recognized as one of post-war German literature's most important novelists, poets, and playwrights. Influenced by Hans Weigel and the legendary literary circle Gruppe 47, Bachmann gained international renown for her poems, short stories, and novels, and won numerous awards for her work. Sadly, her life ended abruptly in October of 1973 when a lit cigarette burned down her apartment causing Bachmann to suffer severe burns that would eventually prove fatal. The author was only forty-seven, and her tragic death left what could have been a long and lustrous writing career regretfully stunted. Nearly twenty years after her death, during an estate sale in Vienna, fifteen episodes of the popular Viennese radio drama The Radio Family were discovered. Remarkably, they happened to be written by Ingeborg Bachmann herself, who had been a writer on the show just after she graduated university. The Radio Family was a popular radio soap opera broadcast in the American sector of occupied Vienna in the 1950s. The program focused on a middle-class Viennese family and their everyday life. Topics ranged from birthday parties and holiday plans to profiteering and currency fraud in the commercial sector, and Austrians' involvement in the Nazi past. All fifteen scripts have now been compiled and masterfully translated, revealing an early and significant piece of Bachmann's body of work, while simultaneously offering a rare glimpse into Vienna's quotidian history.
The series was a great success with the public, so much so that when Austria regained its independence in 1955 the newly established Austrian Radio found that it could not simply axe the programme and it continued to be broadcast until 1960 ...
She even felt compelled to apologize for having 'put it off' because of her busy schedule, as one would apologize to a good friend or family member.
Publisher: University of Wales Press
Category: Performing Arts
This is the first title in a new series of volumes examining different dimensions of the media and culture in small nations. Whether at a local, national or international level, radio has played and continues to play a key role in nurturing or denying – even destroying – people’s sense of ‘belonging’ to a particular community, whether it be defined in terms of place, ethnicity, language or patterns of consumption. Typically, the radio has been used for purposes of propaganda and as a means of forging national identity both at home and also further afield in the case of colonial exploits. Drawing on examples of four models of, the chapters in this volume will provide an historical and contemporary overview of radio in a number of small nations. The authors propose a stimulating discussion on the role radio has played in a variety of nation contexts worldwide.
Here, the accepted place of radio in the 'micro-geography' of the home is carefully remembered. Radio's evolving discourses came to be targeted at a family ...
Author: Caroline Mitchell
Category: Performing Arts
Combining classic work on radio with innovative research, journalism and biography, Women and Radio offers a variety of approaches to understanding the position of women as producers, presenters and consumers as well as offering guidelines, advice and helpful information for women wanting to work in radio. Women and Radio examines the relationship between radio audiences, technologies and programming and reveals and explains the inequalities experienced by women working in the industry.
Hicks -And a Flock of Radio " Bugs ” a Step Up to Broadcast Their Christmas Orders ! Three million eager American boys know that this year Santa won't have ... The new member of the Frost - Radio family This plug ( shown above ) will be ...
Some issues, 1943-July 1948, include separately paged and numbered section called Radio-electronic engineering edition (called Radionics edition in 1943).
Author: Washington State University. Bureau of Economic and Business ResearchPublish On: 1944
coming because it would fail to define individual or family listening . Even when a radio is turned on , there is no assurance that anyone is listening . The tape records only the fact that a radio set is on , but does not measure ...
Author: Washington State University. Bureau of Economic and Business Research
( If family does not have a radio set in working condition , omit all questions below ) 3 . To what four radio stations does the family listen REGULARLY , during DAYTIME ( Name exactly 4 stations ) 4 . To which ONE of these stations ...
RADISCO VARIOMETER The latest addition to our Radio family . Like all other Radisco products it has been produced to anticipate and supply the demand for a good short wave instrument , qualified to withstand the acid tests of ...
Constant research keeps providing thrillingly better radio delivery . ... combined to a powerful new degree , the " youngster ” gives every sign of becoming soon one of the most vital and vigorous members of the radio family .
(This Is America: RKO Radio) Family: SMPC 12-14. LAZY HUNTER, THE— While exhibiting his astonishing skill as an archer, Howard Hill . brings his fine Dalmatian and his beautiful horse into the act Later they're of help, too, ...
Author: Walter H.W. TuttlebeePublish On: 2002-03-12
12.2.1 General Radio Architecture The general architecture of the M3xR radio family is shown in Figure 12.2 . The operating system and library functions with well - defined application programming interfaces ( APIs ) isolate the ...
Author: Walter H.W. Tuttlebee
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Over the past few years software radio has transitioned from an esoteric academic idea to a rapidly commercialising technology that in the coming decade will revolutionise the mobile telecommunications marketplace. Written for industry professionals in engineering and commercial roles, as well as those in academia and research, this book will provide a comprehensive context for all those already active in or entering the field. Walter Tuttlebee, himself a pioneer of software radio in Europe, has gathered contributions from many of the acknowledged world experts in software radio -leaders operating at the heart of the software radio world today - who share their experience and insight into the background, the present and the future evolution of the technology and the industry. Contributions from North America, Europe and Asia ensure a comprehensive overview of the global SDR scene. The structured approach ensures that the book comprehensively addresses the key issues in the title - the origins of software radio, what has been (and is) driving its commercialisation and what is happening on the international scene The book includes: a comprehensive review of the origins of software radio in the defence industry an insider's view of the origins, evolution, role and activities of the SDR Forum a summary of the MIT Sloan study into the drivers of global success in the mobile wireless marketplace a review of end user and mobile network operator perspectives of software radio and what the value it can offer insiders' summaries of recent SDR research activities in Europe and Japan coverage of the regulatory issues associated with SDR and the current approaches being taken in North America and Europe, with contributions from the regulators themselves a description of the first steps to SDR standards - the ETSI MExE standard descriptions of some of the first commercial software defined radio products, for both defence and commercial applications Endorsed with a foreword from Joseph Mitola III, 'the father of software radio'
In those days, the family had a radio, around which we often gathered, and one of its stations played music my parents especially enjoyed.
Author: Tom Delebo
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
MY LIFE: A Story of Resilience and Love is a memoir that celebrates the beauty of how much self-expression resides in each of us. It is an uncommon saga of unique depth that tracks eight transformative decades, beginning with circumstances that dare the imagination and that became a personal marker for Tom Delebo. From childhood, Tom put his dreams into action with fearless individualism, expressing himself in one endeavor after another, a blueprint for how to live an engaged life. He would learn, too, that fueling his relentless drive was a profound quest for personal connection and love. It has been quite the ride.
Joint Committee On Radio Research : Rural All Figures as of January 1 , 1938 Special Urban and Rural Breakdowns of ... more than one home radio set Number of years average Rural Radio Family has owned a radio Percentage of Rural Radio ...
Author: Donald H. Calloway, MICPublish On: 2017-02-27
was born into a poor family in Ireland. ... After initiating a radio program in Albany, New York, that sought to spread the family rosary, he officially ...
Author: Donald H. Calloway, MIC
Publisher: Marian Press
Champions of the Rosary, by bestselling author Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, tells the powerful story of the history of the Rosary and the champions of this devotion. The Rosary is a spiritual sword with the power to conquer sin, defeat evil, and bring about peace. Read this book to deepen your understanding and love for praying the Rosary. Endorsed by 30 bishops from around the world!
BEHIND RADIO - CAMERA ON FAMILY AUDIO - SOUND OF STATION OFF AIR - SNOW 4 SEC . 2 . DARK LIVING ROOM ( BLUE LIGHT ) FAMILY IS GATHERED AROUND . 3 . CUTAWAY OF STEREO ( BEHIND FAMILY ' S HEADS ) . 4 . CAMERA ON FAMILY - THEY GLANCE AT ...
Author: Milan D. Meeske
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
Category: Business & Economics
Combines basic information and principles with skills-building exercises in a workbook format--with everything needed to proceed with assignments (saving instructors the work of preparing many handouts).
Author: Francis Joseph AttockniePublish On: 2016-05
As early as 1946, together with other Comanches, family members, and friends, he was a guest on the radio program “Indians for Indians” airing on wnad, ...
Author: Francis Joseph Attocknie
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
The Life of Ten Bears is a remarkable collection of nineteenth-century Comanche oral histories given by Francis Joseph “Joe A” Attocknie. Although various elements of Ten Bears’s life (ca. 1790–1872) are widely known, including several versions of how the toddler Ten Bears survived the massacre of his family, other parts have not been as widely publicized, remaining instead in the collective memory of his descendants. Other narratives in this collection reference lesser-known family members. These narratives are about the historical episodes that Attocknie’s family thought were worth remembering and add a unique perspective on Comanche society and tradition as experienced through several generations of his family. Kavanagh’s introduction adds context to the personal narratives by discussing the process of transmission. These narratives serve multiple purposes for Comanche families and communities. Some autobiographical accounts, “recounting” brave deeds and war honors, function as validation of status claims, while others illustrate the giving of names; still others recall humorous situations, song-ridicules, slapstick, and tragedies. Such family oral histories quickly transcend specific people and events by restoring key voices to the larger historical narrative of the American West.