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For your convenience and enrichment, here are
a few hyperlinks to other pertinent resources.

  1. A Broadcast Engineer in Korea—1957 by John D. Harmer

  2. AES (The Audio Engineering Society)

  3. AFTRA (American Federation of Television and Radio Artists)

  4. ASCAP (The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers)

  5. BCMICS (Western Historic Radio Museum)

  6. BEA (The Broadcast Education Association)

  7. BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.)

  8. Classic Microphones (The Bert van Oortmarssen collection)

  9. Collectors Weekly (The microphone collection section)

  10. Communication Pioneers Biographical Dictionary

  11. Czechoslovakian Microphone Museum

  12. Federal Communications Commission

  13. HRTS (Hollywood Radio and Television Society)

  14. KPCS (The story of how and when KPCC got its start)

  15. Lloyd Budhram’s Microphone Classics

  16. Los Angeles Radio People (Industry rumors and gossip)

  17. Martin Mitchell’s Microphones

  18. Microphone Sensitivity Conversion (International standards
    have established 1 Pascal as 94 dB-SPL)

  19. NAB (National Association of Broadcasters)

  20. NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants)
    (also known as the International Music Products Association)

  21. Neumann’s history of its microphones

  22. Old BBC Radio Broadcasting Equipment and Memories
    (A history of the BBC’s Broadcasting House)

  23. Old Time Radio: Radio Days (Source for the history of
    nostalgic and old time radio series and news)

  24. Oleh Malyy's Sony microphone reference pages on Gearslutz

  25. Schoeps history page

  26. SBE (The Society of Broadcast Engineers)

  27. SESAC (The Society of European Stage Authors and Composers)

  28. SGA (The Songwriters Guild of America)

  29. SMPTE (The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers)

  30. Southern California Broadcasters Association Job Alert Newsletter

  31. Vitaphone Varieties: “Observations on Film, Music and Imagery of the Past”

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