90-year-old headlines about radio read like today's about the Internet

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Jul 31 2013 - 11:25am

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Journalists in the early-1920s addressed the cultural impact of the new technology "the same way they always have, with trend pieces introduced by provocatively clickable headlines," writes TheWeek.com.

The site found headlines from twelve newspaper and magazine articles published during the early days of radio "that could just as well be attached to trend-pieces on anything that's newfangled today."

Here are some (read all 12 here):

  • "Does radio rob the song writers?"
  • "How radio is remaking the world."
  • "Fight for freedom of the air."
  • "Urgent need for radio legislation."

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