Guglielmo Marconi, an Italian inventor, is regarded as the father of the radio. In 1895, he sent and received his first radio signal in Italy.
'How you remind me' by the Canadian rock band Nickelback, was not only the most-played song of 2002 on US radio stations but it was also the most-played radio song in the US during the first decade of the 21st century with over 1.2 million plays.
Did you know the citizens once viewed the iconic structure as ugly and wanted it removed? However, of all the people and things, the humble radio came to the rescue. During World War I, the French army used it to intercept radio messages, and the ...
UVB-76 is one of modern radio's enduring mysteries. Since the 1970s, a buzzing noise has been broadcasting from an abandoned radio station in Russia. What is the broadcast about or who is broadcasting it, still remains a mystery.
Radio GTMO, which is the Armed Forces radio station at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is a music library full of gems. It has a vinyl collection of over 20,000 records, including some albums that exist nowhere else.
January 18,1903 is a date that will forever be remembered in history. Why? On this date, Guglielmo Marconi transmitted the first trans-Atlantic wireless radio message from Theodore Roosevelt to King Edward of Great Britain.
KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania holds a unique distinction as the world's first commercial radio station.
WLW will always be remembered as the most powerful station in the world. In 1934, when WLW increased its power from 50 kW to 500 kW, all other clear-channel stations were operating at 50 kW or less.
In a fascinating story, the first time the Japanese people heard the Emperor Hirohito’s voice on the radio was when he announced Japan's surrender in WWII.