Broadcast History for J 101 Rev 10 2 2013

Broadcast History for J 101 Rev 10 2 2013

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Unformatted text preview: ere made by Charles ‘Doc’ Herrold in San Jose, California. 1915 – David Sarnoff 1915 – David Sarnoff Wrote a memo that envisioned commercial broadcasting. He described what he called a Radio Music Box 1920 – The First Radio Station 1920 – The First Radio Station Was called KDKA Pittsburgh It first broadcast on Nov. 2, 1920 Reporting on the Harding – Cox Presidential election Returns IN JUST ONE MOMENT NOW K­D­K­A, IN COOPERATION WITH IN JUST ONE MOMENT NOW K­D­K­A, IN COOPERATION WITH THE PITTSBURGH POST AND SUN (NEWSPAPERS) WILL PRESENT THE LATEST PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RETURNS. IT IS NOW APPARENT THAT THE REPUBLICAN TICKET OF HARDING AND COOLIDGE IS RUNNING WELL AHEAD OF COX AND ROOSEVELT. AT THE PRESENT TIME HARDING HAS COLLECTED MORE THAN 16 MILLION VOTES, AGAINST SOME NINE MILLION FOR THE DEMOCRATS. WE WILL GIVE YOU THE STATE VOTE IN JUST A MOMENT. BUT FIRS...
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