Radio & TV Development

4 April 2015
Technological, economic, advertising, corporate, regulatory aspects.

Radio and television were both developed as commercial media in the era after World War I. Radio was the first truly mass medium of communication, reaching millions of people instantly and altering social attitudes, family relationships, and how people related to their environment. Television would have an even greater impact once it was commercially viable. Television was invented in the late 1920s, and various experiments were conducted into the 1930s. What delayed the development of television as a product for a mass audience was World War II, and within a few years of the end of that war, television would start to become a feature in the American home. The shift from radio to television was not really a shift from one to the other but the creation of a new atmosphere which accommodate both. Radio did not disappear as was predicted by some. Instead, the way…
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