Eleanor McKinney, editor of "The exacting ear: the story of listener-sponsored radio, and an anthology of programs from KPFA, KPFK and WBAI" (Pantheon Books, 1966), discusses her book with Byron Bryant of KPFA. McKinney, who was the first program director of KPFA, discusses how the idea for the book came about, the difficulty of finding tapes in the archives to transcribe for the book, and discusses some of the programs mentioned in the book.
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