Radio as a Form of Early Entertainment

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Radio as a Form of Early Entertainment
This paper looks at radio and why it was so important as an “early” form of mass entertainment in the United States. To get things started, what must be understood is that radio connected Americans in the early decades of the twentieth century; as well, it allowed for increased information retrieval and it brought people into contact with their elected officials at a speed that was unprecedented for its time. Besides the information-gathering aspects and blessings of radio – and acquiring information is a form of entertainment for many people, too – the radio gave people a convenience that had never before existed in American society in terms of being able to access different forms of entertainment at...
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