Once upon a time radio was an integral part of the average man’s life .. the same consolation for a troubled mind. The same accompaniment during happy times! Do the same for information!
Once upon a time radio was an integral part of the average man’s life .. the same consolation for a troubled mind. The same accompaniment during happy times! Do the same for information! Gossip is the same! The current generation may not have had such great experiences with radio, but at the time radio was everything! Early in the morning the signature tune would be good .. Save with the afternoon workers’ program! The evening was popularly greeted .. The night was pleasantly sleepy .. The convenience of the radio was not to spoil our daily routine .. In the song, in the grave doing things while listening! That is why radio has become so sinful .. Today is World Radio Day so let’s learn a little about radio! Radio is still entertaining! It must be believed that more than 95% of the world’s population uses radio. It is a fact that over 75% of housewives in developing countries rely on radio for information on various topics! The craze for radio has waned! Whose radio is old-fashioned! Radio Evergreen! Today, Prime Minister Modi is sharing his thoughts and views with the people of the country under the name of Mann Ki Baat.Radio broadcasting was first started in our country in June 1923 by the Radio Club of Bombay. The radio started in the hands of Lord Irwin, the Viceroy of the day, and then went home. After that, the Broadcasting Company was formed. It operates under the Government of India. In July 1927, the company piloted broadcasts in Kolkata and Mumbai. In 1936, All India Radio was formed as a government agency. By the time our country gained independence, there were only radio stations in Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, Madras, Lucknow and Tiruchirappalli. And now there are hundreds. When the Telugu programs started at the Madras radio station in 1938, Mrs. Punnavajjula Bhanumathi This is called Radio Bhanumathi. In other words, Annamata is the first radio station of Telugu people in Madras! Her daughter Jyotsna also received critical acclaim as a radio announcer. Radio has introduced many artists. Put rice on a lot of people. Acuna included a lot of people .. Radio commentators at the time seemed to be our relatives.
Radio is not just entertainment .. it has also aroused the desire for independence .. Bhagyanagar radio near us has awakened the people so much against the Nizam Lord .. Azad Hind Radio led by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Azad Radio run by Ram Manohar Lohia to the British ..The world came to an end in 1893 when Marconi first started broadcasting wireless radio in St. Louis, Missouri. In 1896, England obtained a patent for wireless. After that the radio spread like wildfire. .UN Radio launched on 13 February 1946. We have been celebrating World Radio Day on that date since 2012. Radio broadcasts started in Hyderabad as early as 1935. The Deccan radio started by Mir Usman Ali Khan used to broadcast government information as well as music programs. Various Bharati started on October 2, 1957. At present there are more than four hundred radio stations in our country.
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