Thoughts From Boston On Radio’s 100 Years


Believe it or not, radio will soon be celebrating its Centennial. In November 1920, KDKA-AM became the first station in the U.S. to receive a broadcast license. Many remembrances will likely be seen over the next 12 months. Today, we turn to the home of the NHL Eastern Conference Champions, the Boston Bruins, and to industry programming veteran Clark Smidt. 

Here, Smidt offers his musings on radio’s present, possible future, and flourishing past.

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