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Radio, unlike other forms of conventional media, enjoyed the most reach and coverage until the internet was invented and things changed. Radio transmission is the act of sending audio signals through radio waves.
Developed back in the late 19th Century, radio has been the go-to source of music, shows, news and other forms of entertainment, for many decades. The signals reach a wide coverage (audience), billions of people from around the world.
A transmitter is responsible for sending radio waves. And, the transmission ends when signals reach a receiver on the other end of the communication channel. The receiver is built into a gadget referred to as Radio. The antenna boosts the process of receiving radio waves.
Radio technology has changed over the years since its invention. At the beginning, radio transmissions were only used for limited person-to-person communications in naval ships.
Later, wireless technology was invented in 1912. The technology made broadcast possible and radio began to reach masses, something that was well-recognized. However, commercialization of radio did not start immediately.
After World War 1, the communications industry saw the birth of many radio stations and that’s when commercialization of radio started. Since then, radio continues to be a critical communication tool. It played a major role during the struggles of the Great Depression.
During this “golden age” of radio, commercials were played in between songs. Additionally, the radio gadget changed from being a bulky device to models that fit into wooden cabinets.
In 1923, a smaller and more compact design of the radio was invented. And, as technology continued to improve, the radio became smaller and cheaper.
More people could afford a radio, and broadcasts were sent far and wide to reach as many people as possible. Apart from music, radio relayed news of the day, events and occurrences, and instant news.
The industry then saw the invention of FM radio waves as well as MW, AM, and SW waves. As a result, radio transmissions became clearer and travelled far, with FM waves becoming the most popular.
Radios used in the 70s and 80s featured bigger speakers for boom and bass. And, they advanced more in the 90s to feature disc changers and remote controllers.
Fast forward, car radios were also invented. Today, they feature touch screens and connect to the internet. What then is radio during this digital era?
Internet radio was invented for even wider coverage. With internet radio, listeners have access to pre-recorded mp3s or live radio sessions. A speaker built to use a microphone is used to stream sound live over the internet.
But, unlike traditional radio, internet radio is not limited in reach. People from any part of the world can stream a preferred internet radio station.