Articles by World-Radio

The Short Waves: W3XAL, Bound Brook, New Jersey

Published 28 March 2024

Experimental transmissions from NBC in 1938

The Short Waves: W2XAD and W2XAF

Published 27 March 2024

Experimental transmissions from NBC in 1935

The Short Waves: W3XAU – Philadelphia

Published 26 March 2024

Experimental transmissions from CBS in 1935

Huizen-Hilversum-Kootwijk: The Riddle Answered

Published 20 November 2023

The mystery that is Dutch broadcasting

The Lucerne Plan, 1934–1936

Published 28 July 2023

Two years on, how well is Europe sticking to the wavelengths agreed at Lucerne?

German radio exhibition fire

Published 29 May 2023

A serious setback for Nazi television plans goes unreported by Nazi radio

Japan’s Eight Years of Broadcasting

Published 10 March 2023

Radio is sweeping Japan, with 1.4m registered listeners

Broadcasting in Finland

Published 20 February 2023

A photo tour of YLE

Motor-Car Radio

Published 30 January 2023

A new invention is making its way from the US: radios for the car. But can they ever work?

New European Wavelengths Plan

Published 15 January 2023

An in-depth look at the Lucerne Plan for radio wavelengths in Europe in 1933

Old Problems in a New Country

Published 19 December 2022

Change is coming to radio in New Zealand

When the President Broadcasts

Published 11 November 2022

Behind the scenes of an FDR fireside chat

Germany prepares for the Olympic Games

Published 12 September 2022

Germany is busy setting up telephone circuits and radio relays for their two Olympic Games

“Here is the News”

Published 7 September 2022

The wireless is increasingly being used for news broadcasts in the UK, but elsewhere the story is different

U.S.S.R. Broadcasting

Published 24 August 2022

Development in broadcasting in the Soviet Union

A member of the Transdiffusion Broadcasting System
Liverpool, Thursday 11 April 2024