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Australasian Wireless relates to two separate entities Australasian Wireless Limited and Australasian Wireless Company Limited.
The Australian Broadcasting Company Pty.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) founded in 1929 is Australia's national broadcaster, funded by the Australian Federal Government but specifically independent of Government and politics in the Commonwealth.
Call signs in Australia are allocated by the Australian Communications and Media Authority and are unique for each broadcast station.
The Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) is an organisation founded in 1980 to expose Aboriginal music and culture to the rest of Australia.
Edward Hope Kirkby (31 December 1853 – 28 July 1915) was a jeweler watchmaker in Williamstown, Victoria who eventually became a manufacturing electrician making systems of fire protection.
George Phillip Stevens (24 June 1861 – 20 November 1941) was a senior public servant, transitioning from the State Post and Telegraph Department to the Federal Department following Federation.
The history of Australia from 1901–1945 begins with the federation of the six colonies to create the Commonwealth of Australia.
The history of Australia since 1945 has seen long periods of economic prosperity and the introduction of an expanded and multi-ethnic immigration program, which has coincided with moves away from Britain in political, social and cultural terms and towards increasing engagement with the United States and Asia.
The first broadcasting of a radio transmission consisted of Morse code (or wireless telegraphy) was made from a temporary station set up by Guglielmo Marconi in 1895.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has evolved from its origins as a licensing scheme administered by the Postmaster-General's Department into a content provider in radio, television and new media.
John Yeates Nelson (1850 – 29 December 1932) was a senior public servant with the New South Wales Post and Telegraph Department and later the Federal Postmaster-General's Department.
This is an incomplete list of AM broadcast (medium wave) radio transmitter stations in Australia, past and present.
This is a list of radio stations that broadcast in Australia.
Radio in Sydney became a popular tool for politics, news, religion, and sport and has managed to survive despite the introduction of television and the internet.
The Major Broadcasting Network was an important part of the Australian broadcasting scene from 1938 until the 1970s.
Philip Billingsley Walker (???? – 5 August 1900) was a senior public servant with the New South Wales Post and Telegraph Department.
Radio Australia is the international broadcasting and online service operated by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Australia's public broadcaster.
As early as 1929, two Melbourne commercial radio stations, 3UZ and 3DB were conducting experimental mechanical television broadcasts - these were conducted in the early hours of the morning, after the stations had officially closed down.
The timeline of radio lists within the history of radio, the technology and events that produced instruments that use radio waves and activities that people undertook.
2BE was Sydney's and Australia's first officially recognised commercial radio station, commencing broadcasting on 7 November 1924.
2CM was an experimental Australian broadcasting station operated by Charles Maclurcan.
3DB was a Melbourne radio station that opened in 1927, changed its name to 3TT in 1988, and now operates on the FM band as KIIS 101.1.