Radio broadcast

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A radio broadcast , also known as a radio broadcast , is a broadcast produced by public , private , independent or state broadcasters and broadcast via terrestrial broadcasting systems , satellite , cable or live stream . It is part of the radio program . Since radio broadcasts are often regular events, there are program schedules for the individual broadcasters from which it can be seen when certain programs are offered.

The Norwegian children's program Lørdagsbarnetimen , which started on December 20, 1924, was considered the oldest radio program in the world when it was discontinued in 2010. In the USA, the radio show Grand Ole Opry (1925) is one of the longest running programs. In Germany, the Hamburg Harbor Concert (1929), the Echo of the Day (1946) and the information program Between Rhine and Weser (1950).

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