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The history of radio programming and broadcasting around the world is explored in this

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Based on the human voice, radio is a uniquely personal medium, invoking a listener’s imagination to fill in mental images around the broadcast sounds. More readily and in a more widespread fashion than any other medium, radio can soothe listeners with comforting dialogue or background music, or it can jar them back into reality with polemics and breaking news. Radio also can employ a boundless plethora of sound and music effects to entertain and enthral listeners. Since the birth of this medium, commercial broadcast companies as well as government organs have made conscious use of its unique attributes to create programs that attract and hold listeners’ attention. The history of radio programming and broadcasting around the world is explored in this. The first voice and music signals heard over radio waves were transmitted in December 1906 from Brant Rock, Massachusetts. Broadcasting got an important boost in the huge American market when about 30 radio stations took to the air