Dick Biondi Documentary Film Prevue
“The Voice That Rocked America” is the first film about rock and roll radio pioneer Dick Biondi, one of the last of a dying breed of personality disc jockeys who is known for his unique contribution to radio, his influence on the music of the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, and his extraordinary gift for connecting with people. At the heart of this story is the powerful connection between Biondi and his teenage audience, as told by former fan club president and mega fan, Pam Pulice. This hour long documentary is slated for PBS Broadcast, Film Festivals, DVD and Streaming.
Pamela Joy Pulice - Executive Producer & Director.
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