Elena Razlogova is an Associate Professor of History at Concordia University in Montreal. Her book, The Listener’s Voice: Early Radio and the American Public, came out from University of Pennsylvania Press in 2011. She has published articles in American Quarterly, Radical History Review, Russian Review, Journal of Cinema and Media Studies, Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media, Cultural Studies, Social Media + Society, Studies in European Cinema, SubStance, Black Camera, and several edited collections. Her work has appeared in Russian, Italian, and Czech as well as English. Her research interests include U.S. radio history; music recommendation, recognition, and mastering algorithms; the Global Cold War; film translation; Global South cinema networks; and Soviet international film festivals. She is currently writing a book on freeform radio station WFMU and the rise of online music.