Zola on the air

Today was the birthday of Émile Édouard Charles Antoine Zola (1840-1902), and the birthday of a former editor of mine, a coincidence that reminded me that I have never gotten around to posting about the 1898 Dreyfus case and Zola here.

Newspaper front page 1898

Thanks to the Old Time Radio Researchers Group and its Lux collection at the Internet Archive, we have easy access to the MP3 version of the 1939 Lux Radio Theater adaptation of the Oscar-winning 1937 Paul Muni movie

I am posting these links now to take advantage of the birthday coincidence, and will get back to writing about them sometime in the future. I accuse myself of procrastination.

About Bob Stepno

mild-mannered reporter who fell deeper into computers and the Web during three trips through graduate school in the 1980s and 1990s, then began teaching journalism, media studies and Web production, most recently as a faculty member at Radford University.
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