- Telephone newspaper
A telephone newspaper was a telephonic distribution system of 19th and 20th centuries that offered
newspapercontent via telephone lines. The telephone newspapers were the earliest example of electronic broadcasting, and were superseded by the advent of radio broadcasting.
Electrophone (information system)
* [http://earlyradiohistory.us/sec003.htm News and Entertainment by Telephone (1876-1925)] , an informative collection maintained by Thomas H. White.
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