At the beginning of the 1920's, broadcasting was basically a disorganized novelty. By the end of the 1920's, broadcasting was an industry with its basic--and still current--bone structure firmly in place: entertainment oriented, dominated by networks, financed by advertising and regulated by the federal government. How did so much happen in a relatively brief period of time?
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