Looking back almost a century, it's fascinating to see what was in the minds of the editorial writers of the day.  If you were a reader of popular radio

magazines in the 1920's you couldn't imagine that so many of their predictions would come true...sometimes in ways none of us would have expected. 

Hugo Gernsbach was the first true Radio Futurist.  His ideas and reflections withstood the test of time in forecasting the unknown forces that would

shape the future of radio communications.  Sure...he sometimes got it wrong.  But he can be forgiven for anyideas that didn't quite make sense. 

Because he "got it" and he had a vision and he was very good at sharing it.


You'll find below a few columns called "Radiotorials", in which 'Radio Magazine' publishers commented on the impact of current developments.

Imagine waiting for next month's issue of your radio open your mind to yet another fascinating possibility!

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