Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio
Empire of the Air uncovers the almost unknown story of the creation of radio. It is a story of pioneering technology, of the American entrepreneurial spirit, and of the tragic collision between the corporation and the lone inventor. Published in conjunction with the PBS documentary. 8 pages of photographs.
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