Exhibit: Ed Craney—the Voice of Montana

GMF and Ed Craney Resources

Dilley, Raymond G. The Development of Television in Montana. 1966. Thesis. University of Montana.  Missoula, Montana.

Edmund B. Craney Papers, 1916-1979. MC 122. Montana Historical Society Research Center Archives. Helena, Montana.

Edmund B. Craney Photographs,1914-1950. PAC 80-88. Montana Historical Society Research Center Photo Archives. Helena, Montana.

Greater Montana Foundation. Ed Craney Studio Dedication. July 18, 2013. YouTube recording.

Greater Montana Foundation Records, 1958-2013. MC 363. Montana Historical Society Research Center Archives. Helena, Montana.

Home. Greater Montana Foundation website. 2015. Greater Montana Foundation. Helena, Montana.

Kruckenberg, Molly. A Delightful Visit: The Life and Accomplishments of Ed Craney. Montana Historical Society staff presentation. Helena, Montana. Available by permission.

McDonald, C. Howard. Montana Radio Broadcasting History, 1996. OH 1737. Montana Historical Society Research Center Archives. Helena, Montana.

McDonald, C. Howard. “Voice in the Big Sky!:” A Concise History of Radio and Television in Montana from the 1920s to the Present. c1992. Big M Broadcast Services. Bozeman, Montana.

Murphy, Mary. “Messenger of the New Age: Station KGIR in Butte.” Montana: The Magazine of Western History, vol. 39, no. 4, 1989, pp. 52–63, www.jstor.org/stable/4519253.

Parini, Scott. Ed Craney: The Voice of Montana. Undated. Unpublished thesis. Available online at http://greatermontana.org/about/. 

Richards, Ron P. The History of Radio Broadcasting in Montana. 1963. Thesis. Montana State University. Bozeman, Montana.

Sinnott, Jeffrey A. Television translators and the second class TV citizen: a Montana case study, 1955-1970. 1991. Thesis. Montana State University. Bozeman, Montana. Available online through MSU scholarworks.  

GMF and Ed Craney Resources