the power of radio is not that it speaks to millions, but that it speaks intimately and privately to each one of those millions.
TV gives everyone an image, but radio gives birth to a million images in a million brains.
Surround yourself with music. Just be sure to turn the radio on.
Radio is the most intimate and socially personal medium in the world.
Radio affects most intimately, person-to-person, offering a world of unspoken communication between writer-speaker and the listener.
It's not true I had nothing on, I had the radio on.
With radio, the listener absorbs everything.
That was the big thing when I was growing up, singing on the radio. The extent of my dream was to sing on the radio station in Memphis. Even when I got out of the Air Force in 1954, I came right back to Memphis and started knocking on doors at the radio station.
Radio was supposed to die in 1945, when TV came along. It turns out that radio grew and grew, and it's a bigger business today than it has ever been.
I can turn on the radio right now and be inspired.
Radio... that wonderful invention by which I can reach millions of people... who fortunately can't reach me.
Anytime in radio that you can reach somebody on an emotional level, you're really connecting.
Radio listeners are voyeurs: lurking, invisible, eavesdropping.
A good radio show will captivate you, and it's active listening. It's not in the background.
On some nights, I still believe that a car with the gas needle on empty can run about fifty more miles if you have the right music very loud on the radio.
Television contracts the imagination and radio expands it.
I knew I was an unwanted baby when I saw that my bath toys were a toaster and a radio.
I love radio - its immediacy and especially its intimacy... it is part of your life, whispering into your ear. You can't see it, but equally importantly it can't see you.
The benefit of the radio is, something beyond your realm of knowledge can surprise you, can enter your realm of knowledge.
The household I grew up in... was rather like an Ovaltine advert. There was a huge fire, a kettle on the fire, the oven with the bread being baked every day, and there was the radio; it was very magical to hear all these wonderful programmes.
I fell in love with radio once I started working there, and I never stopped.
For years everyone looked toward the demise of radio when television came along. Before that, they thought talking movies might eliminate radio as well. But radio just keeps getting stronger.
In the new era, thought itself will be transmitted by radio.
I have the perfect face for radio.
I still believe in public radio's potential. Because it's the one mass medium that's still crafted almost entirely by true believers.
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