1967 Radio, 100 History, December 16, Climbing Records, Of The
La radio es un medio de comunicació que produce y transmite mensajes acústicos a través de las ondas electromagnésticas.
Victor Lundberg - An Open Letter To My Teenage Son (1967) Radio personality whose song was released nationally by Liberty Records, jumping onto the Billboard Hot 100 at #84 on November 11, 1967. Within three weeks it went #58 - #18 - #10, making it one of the dozen or so fastest-climbing records in Hot 100 history up to that point. However, after another week at #10, the record slipped to #22 for the week ending December 16, 1967, then vanished from the Hot 100 completely.
#6 During World War I the radio industry was put under temporary control of the U.S. government. The Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company became one of the radio industry's prominent leaders. It was the first company to broadly market radio receivers to the general public. In 1920 and 1921 four well off stations were established in Pittsburgh, Boston,Chicago, and New York City. In December 1921 the Department of Commerce issued regulations for the broadcast service.