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Emergence of Radio in the 1920s and its Cultural Significance ... Between 1923
and 1930, 60 percent of American families purchased radios. Families gathered ...
Commercial radio in America had humble beginnings. Frank Conrad, an
engineer for Westinghouse, set up an amateur radio station above his garage in
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The United States Radio Industry began in 1913 when American engineer,
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The introduction of the radio into American society in the 1920s made news,
music and entertainment accessible to the masses and helped to unify
With the advent of commercial broadcasting in the 1920s, wireless became radio
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