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This paper discusses the history of broadcast radio, with a focus on the pre-television golden age of radio. Various types of radio shows, and the similarities and differences with television broadcasting are examined. The effect of TV competition and rise of music as the primary form of radio broadcast is considered as well. The paper concludes with a overview of talk radio.
From the Paper:"In the early days of television the new medium was sometimes referred to as radio with pictures. This saying was soon forgotten as television came into its own and radio evolved in new directions. However it provides guidance into what radio was like in its golden age from the ... 's when broadcast radio first developed until the ...'s when a television set became a typical feature of an American home. Radio in the golden age was broadly television..."
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Radio Days (2008, December 01) Retrieved November 23, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/radio-days-122711/
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