RADIO DAYS IN REYNOLDSVILLE
The old time radio era, often called the Golden Age of Radio, ran from the early 1920s through the 1950s, before television replaced radio programming and radio stations shifted primarily to playing popular music.
Back when radio shows were dominant people regularly tuned into their favorite radio programs just as you do now with television
According to a 1947 survey, 82 out of 100 Americans were found to be regular radio listeners.
Television, video recorders, hand-held devices, smart phones and laptop computers rule people's lives today,
but at one time, however, Reynoldsville residents settled down in front of the family radio for their news and entertainment.
As the announcer of long-time radio show favorite "The Lone Ranger" noted at the start of each radio program,
" Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear ...... "
CLICK THIS LINE AND LISTEN TO HUNDREDS OF OLD RADIO SHOWSJUST AS THEY WERE HEARD IN
REYNOLDVILLE WAY BACK WHEN