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On Air
Public Typography found in Radio Stations

This book reflects how basic principle of typography that are used in Radio Stations. From extravagant letterform to simple fonts; these are the key things to having great and or decent euipments to get on air. Though, not a lot of people look around to explore branding typography and it's everywhere in studios. This book is also telling the history behind two local radio stations that not many know about. So I thought it would be a good idea to combine the two, public type and history. Yet, the goal is focusing on layout and treatment of the photos in our particular class.

The content used for this book is gathered from web sources such as wikipedia,, online quotes and my own personal interviews. The photos provided in this book alone are my own.


About the Author

Lynnasha Galbreath
lynnasha Lawrence, Kansas, US
Graphic Design student at the University of Kansas

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