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Radio News

Radio News was an American radio and electronics magazine founded by Hugo Gernsback.

Publication History

Radio News began in 1919 as Radio Amateur News. (Issues published under that name are listed separately.) It was renamed Radio News in July 1920, continuing the issue numbering of its predecessor. No issue or contribution copyright renewals were found for this serial. In 1948 the title changed to Radio and Television News (aka Radio and TV News), which then became Electronics World in 1959. (No renewals were filed under any of these names.)

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