Newsmakers and links: Sep. 17, 2013

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As early as 1932, the public was becoming dissatisfied with the sound quality of AM broadcasting. They complained about low fidelity, heterodynes and squeals, AC hum on some stations and the ever-present static. The Federal Radio Commission (soon to become the FCC) started investigating the possibility of "high-fidelity" radio.

Full story: A Detroit Apex Station in 1936 (Tue, 9/17)

 

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