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Q: How much money were radios in the 1920s?
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Did 1920s boats have radios?

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While the wireless or radio was invented in 1895, it was not used for entertainment until about 1920. The first radio station was started in Pittsburgh, PA in 1920 with commercial radios beginning sales about that time.

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The first radios as we know them started production in 1909, but really did not take off until the 1920s when NBC created one of the first public stations. (and radio units became cheap enough to be in homes around the US and Briton) But the first radios were called "Wireless Telegraphy" and was invented in 1897.

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