Frank Conrad

Frank Conrad (1874 – 1941) was a radio broadcasting pioneer who worked as the Assistant Chief Engineer for the Westinghouse Electric Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,. He began what are considered the first regular radio broadcasts from his Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, garage in 1916, and is responsible for the founding of the first licensed broadcast station in the world: KDKA.
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  • 3 Lessons in Content Marketing From the Past

    … this model in metropolitan areas around the country and eventually went on to co-found the National Broadcasting Corporation (aka NBC) and sell millions of radio sets in the process. What Harry Davis realized was he could use content creation to increase the value of his existing product without changing it at all. Investing in the content attracted…

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