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This Week in Tech History: Early Developments in Radio

On this edition of "This Week in Tech History", Chris remembers a patent, issued to Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi, that led to the invention of wireless radio broadcasting.

1896 – Guglielmo Marconi applied for a patent for his wireless telegraph paving the way for radio as we know it.

1869 – Thomas Edison of Boston, MA received a patent for his electric voting machine. Ol’ Tom would soon have a filing cabinet full of patents.

1953 – The first three-dimensional cartoon premiered at the Paramount Theatre in Hollywood, California. The production, a Walt Disney/RKO picture, titled, “Melody” involves an owl teaching his class full of birds about music and melody.

Written by Chris Graveline

Chris Graveline

Chris has covered consumer technology for 14 years. He is a producer of Into Tomorrow with Dave Graveline and the host of This Week in Tech History as well as a regular co-host on "Into Tomorrow with Dave Graveline" and our Technical Director.

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