American Broadcasting during World War I: Its Strategic Military and Propaganda Significance

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The article is dedicated to evolution of US radio broadcasting in the years of World War I. Being totally controlled by government bodies radio communications primarily had strategic military significance. Propaganda aspects of transmitted radiograms increasingly mattered as well. By the end of the war evolving voice and music techniques signified the start of experimental musical broadcasts for limited audiences.

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A K Malakhovsky

Peoples Friendship University of Russia

Department of Theory and History of Journalism


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