Black radio/Black resistance : the life & times of The Tom Joyner morning show / Micaela di Leonardo.
- New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
xiv, 332 pages ; 25 cm
- Tom Joyner morning show (Radio program)
Joyner, Tom, 1949-
Joyner, Tom, 1949-
Tom Joyner morning show (Radio program)
Radio broadcasting -- Social aspects -- United States.
Radio broadcasting -- Social aspects.
- Every weekday, the wildly popular Tom Joyner Morning show reaches more than eight million radio listeners. Author Micaela di Leonardo dives deep into the show's quarter-century run in the contexts of American/African American media histories. From its Clinton-era rise, its responses to key events - 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, President Obama, police killings of unarmed black Americans and the rise of Black Lives Matter, #MeToo, and Donald Trump's ascendancy - have broadcast the varied, defiant, often musical, and darkly comic voices of its anchors, guests, and audience. Thus we tune in to an alternative understanding of the shifting black public sphere in the digital age. Like the show itself, Black Radio/Black Resistance is politically progressive, music-drenched, and blisteringly funny.
- Introduction: the best-kept secret in America
Hidden in plain sight: soul music, radio history, and the rise of the TJMS
Here's to all my baby mamas: family values and TJMS gender/sexuality politics
Partyin with a purpose: TJMS race, class, and age politics and aesthetics
Activism, disasters, elections: black radio at its best
Not "radio nowhere": racist criminal justice and TJMS activism
The Trumpocalypse and its afterlife
Epilogue: "electronic sheets" and a new progressive counterpublic.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Other format:
- Online version: Di Leonardo, Micaela, 1949- author. Black radioblack resistance
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