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An Interesting Centenary: The Telephone Journal

In 1893, on the 15th of February, the first -broadcasting- service of the world began in Budapest, Hungary. With the help of the telephone network and telephone headphones, a 14-hour-long, edited program was transmitted to subscribers. The program consisted of news, exchange news, entertaining music, as well as transmissions from theaters and concert halls. This paper includes details about the technical solutions, the program, and the inventor, Theodor Puskas.

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