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golden years of broadcasting
|Statement||by Robert Campbell.|
|LC Classifications||HE8689.8 .C36 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||76019034|
Golden Years of Television. K likes. Dedicated to remembering classic TV shows; movies; and actors of years past that have appeared on Australian television from all over the world. The history of broadcasting in Canada begins as early as with the first experimental broadcast programs in Montreal. Canadians were swept up in the radio craze and built crystal sets to listen to American stations while The Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of Canada offered its first commercially produced radio-broadcast receiver (Model "C") in , followed by its "Marconiphone" .
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The National Broadcasting Company (NBC) was established by RCA in "Red" and "Blue" Networks. Among the shows broadcast that year were several orchestras, Ben Bernie, Will Rogers, Sam and Henry and Father Coughlin. The Betty Crocker Show started on NBC Red. The Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) was founded. The Golden Years of Broadcasting: A Celebration of the First Fifty Years of Radio and TV on NBC. New York: Scribner, Douglas, George H. The Early Years of Radio Broadcasting. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, Douglas, Susan J. Inventing American Broadcasting, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press,
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