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Radio Mirror

Radio Mirror was an American magazine for fans of radio (and later, television as well, though the online run here mostly covers the radio era).

Publication History

Radio Mirror began in 1933. It was known as "Radio and Television Mirror" for between 1939 and 1942, and "Radio Romances" for part of 1945. Otherwise, it kept the "Radio Mirror" name until 1951, when it was renamed "Radio Television Mirror" and then "Radio TV Mirror", flipping to "TV Radio Mirror" in 1954. It appears to have run until sometime in the 1970s. The first actively copyright-renewed issue is January 1944 (v. 21 no. 3). The first actively copyright-renewed contribution is from June 1938. (More details)

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