A Quote by Vincent Canby on death, life, maturity, music, and television
Radio wasn't outside our lives. It coincided with and helped to shape our childhood and adolescence. As we slogged toward maturity, it also grew up and turned into television, leaving behind, like dead skin, transistorized talk-radio and nonstop music. . . .
Source: On the Golden Age of radio, in New York Times, 30 January 1987.
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