Radio broadcasting in the United States is a major mass medium. Unlike radio in
most other countries, American radio has historically relied ... Radio broadcasting
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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 ...
In the mid-1920s, a typical radio set cost about $150. ... He knew little about
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The United States Radio Industry began in 1913 when American engineer,
With the advent of commercial broadcasting in the 1920s, wireless became radio
—the must-have device that millions purchased for their living rooms to hear ...
Before the cinema became popular during the 1920s, the radio was the main
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By the 1920's the situation was changing. In 1919 a group of American
companies formed a joint-venture company analogous to what had been created
in 1904 ...
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Since its inception, radio's impact on American culture has been immense.
Modern popular culture is unthinkable without the early influence of radio.
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