Tribute to a Century of Broadcasting YouTube Audiovisual
On the 100th anniversary of broadcast radio it's still possible to hear an AM radio station on all 118 AM North American Medium Wave channels from 530 kHz to 1700 kHz. Listen to stations on all frequencies as recorded off the air with a simple wire antenna in Eastern Massachusetts and see information on every station heard.
From New England Film and TV History / W1AWX / YouTube.
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"I had this little hand held transistor radio that I used to sleep next to."
Radio Heritage Foundation projects and activities connect radio,
popular culture, history and heritage.
We operate as a non-profit organization where all donations and funds
received go towards our costs of meeting these objectives. We are
incorporated as a charitable trust in New Zealand under the
Charitable Trusts Act 1957 [Registration # 1473801] and we are a
registered charitable entity in New Zealand in terms of the Charities
Act 2005 [Registration # CC25951].
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