In the fall of 1939, the U.S. watched anxiously as war broke out in Europe. At this turning point in history, the National Archives set out to document a full day of radio, just as it was heard by listeners at home. With the help of station WJSV, they recorded the 18 hours straight from sign-on to sign-off.
A Day Of Radio Remembered
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