Articles and extracts about early radio and related technologies, concentrating on the United States in the period from to Thomas H. White An assortment of highlights -- plus a few lowlifes -- about early U.
Radio in Argentina Argentina was a world pioneer in broadcasting, being the third country in the world to make its first regular broadcasts inhaving been the first Spanish-speaking country in Latin America to offer daily radio broadcasts.
Inthe transmission of classical music became a daily occurrence. The following year, the assumption of President Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear was broadcast live. Also at that time the first advertisements, called "reclames", were put on the air.
At the end of the decade the radio drama was born. The introduction of the loudspeakers substantially modified the listening conditions.
The receiving apparatus was gaining an important place in the home, gathering around the family. Meanwhile, the multiplication of the stations generated the first conflicts over the airwaves, which led to the first regulations on emission frequencies at the end of the 20s.
History of broadcasting in Australia The History of broadcasting in Australia has been shaped for over a century by the problem of communication across long distances, coupled with a strong base in a wealthy society with a deep taste for aural communications.
Australia developed its own system, through its own engineers, manufacturers, retailers, newspapers, entertainment services, and news agencies. The government set up the first radio system, and business interests marginalized the hobbyists and amateurs.
The Labor Party was especially interested in radio because it allowed them to bypass the newspapers, which were mostly controlled by the opposition. Both parties agreed on the need for a national system, and in set up the Australian Broadcasting Commission, as a government agency that was largely separate from political interference.
The first commercial broadcasters, originally known as "B" class stations, were on the air as early as The number of stations commercial and national remained relatively dormant throughout World War II and in the post-war era.
Formative years[ edit ] Australian radio hams can be traced to the early s.
The Wireless Telegraphy Act  whilst acknowledging the existence of wireless telegraphy, brought all broadcasting matters in Australia under the control of the Federal Government. A number of amateurs commenced broadcasting music in and From the outset problems with the system came to the fore.
Many young people built their own sets, which could receive all the stations. Categories in Australia from [ edit ] As quickly as Julythe Sealed Set system was declared to be unsuccessful and it was replaced by a system of A Class and B Class stations.
The five former sealed set stations became A Class stations, and they were soon joined by stations in other State capitals. This photo was taken in earlier days when Voight was a prominent British athlete, and winner of the Gold Medal for the five mile race at the Summer Olympics in London.
Fromall A Class stations received all their programs from the one source, the Australian Broadcasting Company which was made up of the following shareholders: A number of B Class stations were also licensed. These did not receive any government monies and were expected to derive their income from advertising, sponsorship, or other sources.But what about AM or amplitude modulation radio?
What do we mean by the term and what is the history of amplitude modulation as a broadcasting technique?
slide 1 of 4. Writer-producer-director Norman Corwin, one of radio’s brightest talents, ruefully made the point that radio’s most creative era was “the shortest golden age in history.” During its brief heyday, however, dramatic radio thrived and was a vital part of American culture.
History of the BBC, BBC Anniversaries, Voices that made the BBC, BBC Collections, BBC Buildings, BBC Research, BBC Charter Archive, BBC Timelines, BBC Logo Story, Radio Reinvented, The Birth. 1 A Brief History of Radio Broadcasting in Africa Radio is by far the dominant and most important mass medium in Africa.
Its flexibility, low cost, and oral character meet Africa's situation very. Read Invention Story of the Radio and its history at EngineersGarage. During s, James Maxwell, a Scottish physicist forecasted presence of radio waves.
And in year , Heinrich Hertz showcased projection of swift variation of the electric current into space in form of radio waves. Day and night, tens of thousands of radio stations broadcast voice and music to homes, cars, and portable receivers, some that weigh mere ounces.
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