Josh Shepperd , assistant professor, media studies, was quoted in a story about the history of radio in the classroom on American Public Media's May 29 Marketplace Morning Report .
From: American Public Media Date: May 29, 2014 Author: Adriene Hill
... But, the revolution never came. Lots of schools didn't have radios. Those that did, often had trouble coordinating regular lessons with those on the radio. And many of the shows just weren't that good. "If you talk to old practitioners in public broadcasting, they actually use 'educational radio' as a pejorative," said Josh Shepperd, a media studies professor at Catholic University, in Washington, DC.
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