In this talk and multimedia presentation, David Suisman brings you into the world of Tony Schwartz—famed New York City sound recordist, advertising consultant, and media theorist. This is the man who launched the career of Moondog, the Viking of Sixth Avenue, and whom Marshall McLuhan called “the guru of the electronic age.”
Live from The New School, 19 Apr 2013
David Suisman is the author of Selling Sounds: The Commercial Revolution in American Music and is an occasional disc jockey at WFMU. He teaches history at the University of Delaware and lives in Philadelphia.