Radio Creation & Recording Of Sound !
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Radio Creation & Recording Of Sound !
When the radio was invented and created.
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In the 1920's Radio Broadcasting became one of America's favorite sources of entertainment. During this time period most Americans depended on radio for their source of communication, since television was not yet invented. The invention of radio had a major impact on Americans. Radio stations sent out a variety of shows and programs such as; sports, musical concerts, and newscasts. The radio became a regular past time for Americans in this time period. The Radio also became a production of mass market; manufactures were quickly overwhelmed by the demand of the American consumers. Between 1923 and 1930, 60% of American had radios. As radio sales went up, so did the number of broadcasting stations, and by 1922, 600 radio stations had sprung up everywhere around the United States. As you can tell is that the radio became the most important device in the 1920’s. Everybody back then depended on the radio to get their information, or get their news it was a daily routine for them to listen to the radio. As time has went on the radio has had major change in the way they look and or the way it operates. Without the radio people today would be miserable because music mean a lot to our society and or generation today.


Chicago's first radio station was KYW, started in 1921 by Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. KYW was also the first specialized radio station playing only opera music six days a week. The station was an instant hit and continued to be a favorite in Chicago, but after the opera season ended, the stations realized that they needed to diversify the programming. They began broadcasting things such as sports, classical music, lectures, popular music, fictional stories, newscasts, weather updates, market updates and political commentary. Radio stations created a sense of community among Americans, but as the technology grew, tension was created between the modern day and the old traditions of the United States. Spread of radio listeners started disruption with the radio stations. Radio stations began to compete for the listeners and programs started to overlap. To go along with the problems, the government and emerging radio corporations thought of the radio as a public service. Radio announcers, deejays, and stations worked on a non-profit basis. Today, there are more than 33,000 radio stations around the world, with more than 12,000 in the US alone. Worldwide there are more than 2 billion radio sets in use, or about one radio for every 3 persons; proof that video never killed the radio star.
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Media in the 1920s ( Primary #3)

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This website explains what the radio did for everybody back in the 1920's. Talks about how the radio dominated in the 20's and why it dominated. They mention that in the so called roaring 20's that "Jaz Journalism" dominated the most. Explains how during this time the newspapers became popular because it was being read to them. Back then the radio stations where ran by non-profit organizations, and college and universities.It also talks about how The first commercial broadcast of a commercial radio station was on November 2, 1920, at Westinghouses Corporation's KDKA. Pittsburrg, Pennsylvania. The major thing about the radio was that other than music and news, radio programming expanded into stock market and weather reports, comedy and major sporting events. I really enjoyed reading this website it had a lot of very interesting things that kept me interested.
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Guido Deiro: First Radio Broadcast ( Primary #2 )

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Guido Deiro was the first piano accordionist to make a radio broadcast. This website explains how naturally difficult to prove such a claim.As clearly the history of the radio is not completely documented.On this website it gives you a list of of all the radio stations and the order they became popular. It gives you the different people and what they did that was so powerful. It also says that a lot of people just started music.. What made them popular was people who owned the radio stations. They allowed them to broadcast and or show off there talent and thats how it got out.!
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Radio History ( Historical #3 )

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Many Diffrent stroies about why the radio was was important and the positive reason on how it was a good impact to society.

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The Invention of Radio ( Historical #1 )

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The inventor that sparked off a wave to create the radio was Guglielmo Marconi. This document explains the steps he took for it to be all around the world.He was italian and grew up in italy ! As Marconi explanied "This took a lot of trial and error". By 1895 he had a system that would transmit many miles. His mother was convienced to take him to England where the market would be better. The family finally decided to start there own buisness. Once things started faling in place they liked with England and France. 

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Vocabulary List !

Vocabulary –
• Bessie Smith-"Empress of the Blues"; one of the greatest female jazz artists during the 1920's.
• 1920's-decade of rapid change
• PSA-Public Service Announcement
• FCC-Federal Communications Commissions
• Syndication-buying a radio show and running whenever desired
• Podcast-a radio show that you can find online
• Crystal Radios- A type of radio (The first one that was made)
• Battery less Receiver – a type of radio made by Roger Macklin in 1925 also named (Model 130).
• Tombstone – a type of material A.k.A that was made to make radios back then in the 1920’s!
• Radio Waves - An electromagnetic wave within the range of radio frequencies.
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The Casual Engineer: The similarities between 1920's radio & today's social media(Today #2)

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An expert explains the differences between the Radio in the 1920's and todays society.
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The 1920's Radio Network ( Today #1 )

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Theres a station known as the 1920's Radio Network. Its a station that plays nothing but music from the 20's to 40's. It talks about the music and artist back then etc.
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Document Of The Confusion Of the Radio! - ( Primary #1 )

Document Of The Confusion Of the Radio! - ( Primary #1 ) | Radio Creation & Recording Of Sound ! | Scoop.it
The Problem of who really was the invented and or who patent it first ! Twenty years after the telephone was invented and music was first sent down a telephone line.Guglielmo Marconi sent radio signals. Marconi (1874-1937) was born in Italy and studied at the University of Bologna. At the same time Marconi was patent his invention over in England a man named Nikola Tesla was in the U.S patent the radio. Which when Marconi came to the U.S to patent they rejected him because they acknowledged Tesla as the Inventor even though he did not build a working radio. Which was a problem that Marconi felt he needed to resolve.
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Inventor Guglielmo Marconi ( Historical #2 )

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Fascinating facts about Guglielmo Marconi inventor of the first practical radio-signaling system in 1895.
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