Of interest to the Broadcast Historian: Radio-1600 to 1950
Trade-magazine scans on early AM and FM development.
These links take you to articles and refer you to additional information.
Many scans courtesy of the Pavek Museum: www.pavekmuseum.org
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|RADIO AT THE GATE||Early radio history||Radio pioneers||Pioneer stations|
|BROADCASTING AS A||Radio regulations||Studios and programs||The audience|
|START-UP BUSINESS||“Radiotorials” 1922–1924||Gernsback and the Editorials||Early predictions|
|AM DIAL EVOLUTION||AM dial 1920-1940||The “Clear Channels”||1941 NARBA|
|BROADCASTING AND THE||Early technical information||Wired Radio||50 kilowatts-plus|
|NEW TECHNOLOGIES||Radio recording equipment||AM Synchronization||Consumer technologies|
|RADIO DISTRIBUTION||National and regional networks||Long-wave–Short-wave||Early FM|
|RADIO AND THE WARS||WW I and radio between the wars||Radio as a world power||WW II|
|SPECIFIC-STATION INFO||FCC upgrade records||Early news stories||Ch-ch-ch-changes|
Golden Age of broadcast
|AT&T Early Broadcasting —retro 1975||
|ALSO OF INTEREST:||The Press-Radio War||Grand Island FCC monitor station|