Today there are over 30,000 broadcast stations throughout the United States and among them, there are many that cater to different interests across a wide spectrum of listeners. For some it may be music and entertainments, while others it would be news and keeping up to date with topics on education or the stock markets; lastly, there are many broadcast stations whether AM/FM/TV that are talk shows which give up to date information on commodities and trading. Since the beginning of the stock market’s existence investors stream towards those outlets that give consistent and substantial information as grounds for investors to make intelligent investments.
Wide Spectrum of Listeners
Public radio has always attracted the general public, even from its earliest days in the 1920s there were signs that the radio and its possibilities were embraced by listeners who could afford a radio. The foundations of the radio began with several inventions like Fessenden’s patent in translating voice to an electrical impulse, the Audion Tube by DeForrest in 1902, the vacuum tube in 1948. Already by 1913, there were already over 300 licensed amateur radio stations, but by 1917 that number grew to 13,000. In other words, the radio has long been hailed throughout the world as a great instrument for the dissemination of all kinds of useful knowledge and a means of entertainment of various sorts.
Broadcasting For Natural Resources
As mentioned above there are many radio stations that cater to natural resources, such as oil, gas, and other natural …Read more