The earliest audio recordings that have been shared with us to date for "The American Revolution" come from Paul Lovell. They are cassettes of broadcasts from Brandeis radio station WBRS-FM, including the program "Sounds from the Underground" from February 29, 1968, two weeks before WBCN went on the air as a free-form station.
Current, the newspaper of public broadcasting, covered "The American Revolution": "Film Revives Spirit of Rebellious Boston Radio"
"The American Revolution" is in the public television pipeline for 2013. Click here to read more.
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society, which started at Harvard Law School and now involves various departments at Harvard University, will be providing assistance to "The American Revolution." They join our advisers Pat Aufderheide and Peter Jaszi, from American University, forming a pre-eminent team expert in documentary film rights and fair use. Thanks to all of them.
News report from Danny Schechter, WBCN's "News Dissector" on the visit of Senator George McGovern to Boston during the 1972 presidential campaign. The story includes coverage of the October 3rd visit, and an interview with Rolling Stone's Tim Crouse, who would go on to write "The Boys on the Bus," the book about the press coverage of the 1972 presidential campaign.
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