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Much of this site is given over to fun stories about the early history of radio. While the 'radio story'

actually begins circa 1600 (!), the focus on these pages is on the years of radio's growth (1900 to 1950).

Tracks of interest begin on the RADIO page.  Drill down to stories about radio stations, large and small. 

Learn what happened to the "Clear Channel" stations.

Extra attention is paid to WCCO as an example of how one station developed its facilities.

You'll also find a lot of off-the-wall information about radio and related developments.  And a new section

is devoted to Medium-Wave "DX-ing" technologies.

 

Many early magazine articles are provided courtesy of the PAVEK MUSEUM OF BROADCASTING.

Other information is from the Web and from hobbyists, enthusiasts, experimenters and other folks

who lived the formative years of broadcasting and audio recording.

 

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"CONNECTING THE CONTINENT:

A revised view of AT&T & the radio networks"

August 2014

CLEAN VERSION 14.6 MB

 

For those who read the original, the version below is the update

"RED-LINED" VERSION  15 MB

 

 

 

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