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            List of years in radio       (table)
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The year 1923 saw a number of significant happenings in radio broadcasting history.

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Events

  • 1 January – In the United States the well-known American Football Rose Bowl Game is broadcast for the first time, on Los Angeles station KHJ.
  • 13 March – Production of the first radio set incorporating a loudspeaker. All previously produced sets had required the use of headphones.
  • 1 April – In Vienna the Czeija & Nissl electrical company begins test transmissions from its premises in co-operation with a technical high school, the Technisches Gewerbemusem. This marks the start of radio broadcasting in Austria.
  • 29 October – Regular radio broadcasting in Germany officially begins with the first evening transmission from the Sendestelle Berlin installed at the Vox-Haus in Potsdamer Platz.[1][2]
  • 13 November - Australia's first licenced radio station, 2SB, begins transmission in Sydney.

Debuts

Closings

Births

  • 25 December – Gordon Baxter, American radio personality, author and columnist.(d. 2005)
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Undated

Deaths

References

  1. ^ Radio magazine, Berlin, 1923, vol. 13, page 512
  2. ^ Sound recording of the opening announcement (YouTube) (German)

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