Public Radio Broadcasting Day
Public Radio Broadcasting Day is observed next on Friday, January 13th, 2023 (99 days from today).
Public Radio Broadcasting Day has been celebrated every year on January 13. Technology has made progress, and it has even made us exist in luxury. Reminiscing about older things, perhaps first inventions. They are very important without it there would be no growth. One of them is the radio, a centuries-old device for broadcasting news and music. Unlike TVs and other smart devices, one has to tune in and wait for the signal using the radio. You cannot see or read, but this tool has many interesting things. Public Broadcasting Day is celebrated to honor, celebrate and appreciate this technology and the works of those who made the first public radio broadcast.
The History of Public Radio Broadcasting Day
The first time of public radio broadcasting day was on January 13, 1910, when a live opera featuring some of the most famous opera singers of the day was broadcasted from the Metropolitan Opera House.
This first broadcast lasted several hours and included two operas that were very popular at the time, Pietro Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana and Ruggero Leoncavallo's Pagliacci, performed by opera stars such as Emmy Destin, Riccardo Martin and Enrico Caruso. Not many people can watch radio broadcasts that are heard only in the De Forest Radio Laboratory, on ships in New York Harbor, and in the grand hotels on Times Square.
Several public receivers have also been set up in various locations around New York City so that the public can also listen to the music. According to the report, the music was heard at the furthest distance on a train about 20 km from the city.
Although the test was deemed unsuccessful, it was largely due to the poor quality of the equipment and the amount of static and "song waves for the homeless", as the New York Times later put it, actually The fact remains that it was the first public radio program in human history, and one that changed the entertainment industry forever.
How to celebrate Public Radio Broadcasting Day
A great way to celebrate this holiday is to pay tribute to those who have been responsible for the development of broadcasting technology over the past hundred years. Hearing a radio play called "War of the Worlds" caused panic across the United States as audiences suddenly became convinced that the alien invasion depicted in the play was real. It was an example to understand how radio broadcasting changed the world, and how the world was unprepared for such an invention.
“Up Close and Personal” has long been a favorite on broadcast, as has Bridget Jones’ Diary, although both have little to do with the actual history of the industry and have a lot to do with people being interest in the context of broadcasting media. There is nothing wrong with watching that.
ObservedPublic Radio Broadcasting Day has been observed annually on January 13th.
Wednesday, January 13th, 2021
Thursday, January 13th, 2022
Friday, January 13th, 2023
Saturday, January 13th, 2024
Monday, January 13th, 2025