Music: Radio Concerts

Good Programs Get Scarcer— Money the Root of the Evil

Not so long ago radio telephony was invented and developed with a marvelous rapidity. As if overnight, elaborate sets were on the market. Big Companies, like the General Electric, Westinghouse, Edison, American Telephone and Telegraph, broadcasted programs of music and other diversions, which might be listened to in fine reproduction by anyone owning a radio set. Thousands and thousands bought sets, and the great radio fad was under way. It increased to wonderful proportions. Today newspapers run special radio supplements, and throughout...

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