Online: The Early Days of Radio

Monday, August 3, 2020 3:30pm - 4:30pm ET Online Ages: 13 and up

LECTURE | SUMMER READING

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For the radio, the 1930s was a golden age. At the start of the decade 12 million American households owned a radio, and by 1939 this total had exploded to more than 28 million.

Evan Weiner will discuss the early days of radio and why this ‘talking telegram’ was so popular.

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