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Rader Portrait

Save Them!
The Life of Paul Rader, Christian Radio Pioneer

(Listen to a short excerpt)
[Audio http://www.mediamax.com/ebenim/Hosted/RaderandPublicity.mp3%5D

Return to the early days of radio broadcasting in this one-hour oral history documentary and meet one of the first religious radio pioneers: Paul Rader.

This once cowboy, pugilist, football star, pastor, and sawdust trail evangelist caught a vision for using mass media to reach the world for Christ. His first radio broadcast on June 3, 1922 paved the way that would forever change the radio landscape and how the church saw its mission to reach the masses with the Gospel.

(Listen to a reenactment of the first broadcast)
[Audio http://www.mediamax.com/ebenim/Hosted/First%20Broadcast%20Reenactment.MP3%5D

Featuring newly discovered audio recordings, rarely seen historical photographs and interviews with some of those who knew him best; discover one of the forgotten heroes of faith: ­Paul Rader, Christian Radio Pioneer.

Awards:
Best Documentary, WYSIWYG 2003
Commendation for Artistic Filmmaking, Golden Gate Film Festival
People’s Choice Award, 3rd Place, National Religious Broadcasters 2003

You can order a copy of the documentary on DVD or VHS (shipping cost included in price).

DVD
with a bonus Compact Disc
$21.95 each

VHS
$16.95 each

Compact Disc of a
1930 Radio Broadcast
$6.95 each

 

(Listen to a short message by Paul Rader from the 1930s from the CD)

To order by mail:

You may write a check or money order to Edit Productions and mail it to:
3232 South Hoyne Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60608-6121

By e-mail (and PayPal):

E-mail me through “orders@editproductions.org”. Please indicate in the subject line that you are placing a Paul Rader order, and be sure to include: your name and address, the item(s) you would like to purchase, and any special instructions or comments. You will receive a confirmation e-mail which will detail how you can use PayPal to pay for the order.

Your material will be shipped as soon as the payment clears.

Thank You!

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