William O’Shaughnessy, broadcaster, author and communications philosopher, has a new anthology out, “Vox Populi.”
O’Shaughnessy, a raconteur and scorn of government censorship, has been broadcasting from the Westchester, N.Y., area for decades. President and CEO of Whitney Radio, O’Shaughnessy is heard on WVOX(AM), a news-talk station with heavy local emphasis.
Over the years O’Shaughnessy has collected a number of awards; he’s a past president of the New York State Broadcasters and director of the National Association of Broadcasters.
“Vox Populi” is a collection of editorials, essays, observations and interviews on topics from politics to the arts and pop culture.
His previous books are “AirWaves! A Collection of Radio Editorials from the Golden Apple,” “It All Comes Back to Me Now: Character Portraits from the Golden Apple” and “More Riffs, Rants and Raves.”
Fordham University Press is the publisher.