Mike Adams has been a radio personality and a film maker
Currently he is a professor emeritus of radio, television, and film at San Jose State University where he has been a department chair and an associate dean. He is a long time creator of television about the history of radio, including the Emmy-nominated PBS series “Radio Collector,” and “Broadcasting’s Forgotten Father, the Charles Herrold Story.” For his broadcast history research he received the AWA Houck Award, the RCA Ralph Batcher Award, the TCA Stokes Award, and he is a CHRS History Fellow. He is the author of six books, Including Lee de Forest, King of Radio, Television, and Film and The Radio Boys and Girls: Radio, Telegraph, Telephone and Wireless Adventures for Juvenile Readers, 1890-1945, just published by McFarland.
Below, Watch Mike’s PBS Documentary on Early Radio | Watch “Radio Collector” on Mike’s YouTube