For over a century, radio has been a centralized part of our lives. Before television and the internet, radio was the way that news was broadcast to people across the country and around the world. We were entertained, informed, and often shocked by the sounds coming out from the little boxes in their various forms.
Today, radio has been replaced in many ways by iPods for music entertainment and of course television and the internet for other reasons, but it’s still a valued part of society that will continue for decades to come. This infographic by our friends at Sonos takes a look at the long history of one of the icons of information. Click to enlarge.