My Research

A Thousand Miles From the City: Early National Radio and Rural Canada

On November 14, I went to the University of Guelph as part of its Rural History Roundtable. The talk was entitled “A Thousand Miles From the City: Early National Radio and Rural Canada.” The talk focused on the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s efforts to reach rural Canadians prior to the Second World War. The audio can be found here:

My thanks to the history department at the University of Guelph and in particular Jodey Nurse and Cathy Wilson.

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