About Victory & ResedaVictory & Reseda is a website/blog telling the story of the automobile through the eyes of freelance automotive writer Randy Stern and friends. This website/blog serves as a virtual intersection of the automobile, its culture, the past, present and future of personal transportation. It also features travel pieces that center on the automotive experience.
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Category Archives: Radio
Tweet Photo by Randy Stern June has two cultural designations: African-American Music Appreciation Month and LGBT Pride Month. Some have said that there were a couple of times when the two were fused with each other. One time was when … Continue reading
Tweet Photo by Randy Stern Radio became popular when the programming was expanded to network shows and news programming. That was the late 1920s onward into the 1950s. It was also helped by the inclusion of the car radio as … Continue reading
Tweet Photo by Randy Stern Is radio still a way to introduce you to new music? It used to be. It was a way to introduce you to new artists, songs, and movements. The powerhouse AM stations of the 1950s … Continue reading
Tweet What’s behind that screen – and map – is a song about the radio… – Photo by Randy Stern Radio can be a lonely business. Or, it can be collaborative with a great engineer and other staff to support … Continue reading
Tweet Photo by Randy Stern First of all, I am not a book reviewer. However, this column is about a book. This one was written by a well-known air personality and disc jockey who was at the center of a … Continue reading
Tweet Your infotainment system – OK, radio – has been an entertaining you all year long. You tune it in and your song comes on… Then, someone records the playback of it. Another records the purchase of the song for … Continue reading
Tweet We either celebrate or cringe when Christmas music is piped through the speakers of any given shopping center before Thanksgiving. Why do we react the way we do? The music of the Holidays is part of the routine we … Continue reading
Tweet All photos by Randy Stern Sports on the radio has one of the deepest histories attached to it. Before television, radio and the local newspaper were the only ways to know what was going on with your favorite team … Continue reading
Tweet All photos by Randy Stern A couple of weeks ago, Google created a “doodle” – the graphic on top of their main page – to celebrate the 44th anniversary of Hip-Hop. Little did we know that the music and … Continue reading
Tweet All photos by Randy Stern What is your definition of “public” radio? It depends on where you live. But, traditionally, public radio is one that is funded by a governmental source with its main priority to fulfill primary functions … Continue reading