From Radio-Telephony to Broadcasting
This chapter examines the transition in the application of wireless communication from radio-telephony to broadcasting. It highlights the role of World War I in harnessing the new powers of wireless to the needs of the separate armies, navies, and intelligence services. It explains that it was during this time that the long association between radio and propaganda had begun. It describes the Marconi Company's experimental broadcasts in Chelmsford and explains the role of the Post Office in these broadcasts.
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