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  An early journal of radio communications and technology. Merged with Popular Radio in March, 1923
The Wireless Age
is one of the very earliest radio communication magazines, running monthly from 1913 to 1925 when it was absorbed by Popular Radio Magazine.. The magazine was initially published by the Marconi Publishing Corporation, with early mastheads listing it as "incorporating the Marconigraph."
In 1925 Wireless Age was absorbed by Popular Radio. Click the link to see our collection of that publication.

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Major J. Andrew White was the magazine's founder and editor and played significant roles in early radio history himself. In 1921 he became America's first sportscaster when he broadcast the Dempsey-Carpentier fight.
History of the Magazine
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Date & Vol # J F M A M J J A S O N D
1913 1 October 1913 First Issue
1914 1/2
1915 2/3
1916 3/4
1917 4/5
1918 5/6
1919 6/7
Date & Vol # J F M A M J J A S O N D
1920 7/8
1921 8/9
1922 9/10
1923 10/11 1101
1924 11/12
1925 12 August 1925
Last Issue
1926   For continuation see Popular Radio