Who invented the first radio station?

Answer According to PBS's American Experience, Canadian physicist Reginald Fessenden created the first radio station in Brant Rock, Massachusetts on Christmas Eve 1906. In 1920, KDKA in Wilkinsburg, Penns... Read More »

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Who invented the first ever Web radio station?

The first Internet radio station was Internet Talk Radio, which started broadcasting over the Internet in 1993. Internet Talk Radio was invented by a technologist named Carl Malamud. Malamud is th... Read More »

When was the first radio station invented?

The first radio station went on the air in 1909 in San Jose, California, with broadcasting by Charles Herrold and his engineering students. They first identified the station as "This Is San Jose Ca... Read More »

What was the first radio station in Texas?

In 1920, WRR of Dallas became the first radio station in Texas with Henry "Dad" Garrett as the announcer. WRR was also the first to sell airtime, make police broadcasts, cover sporting events, and ... Read More »

Who invented the first fire station?

On January 27, 1678, twelve men, led by Thomas Atkins comprised the first fire engine company. Years later, Benjamin Franklin would establish the first volunteer fire department in Philadelphia , t... Read More »