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  Radio retail and service magazine 1945 to 1951

Radio Maintenance, later called Radio & Television Maintenance, began in July of 1945 as a service to the professional radio and TV serviceman. Publication appears to have ended following the June, 1951 issue.

Special Publications
Video Handbook
6th Printing - 1954
 
Radio Maintenance
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1950 1951 THE call for radio maintenance instructional material was urgent
and pressing at the start of the war, and as the war increased in
tempo this demand became more and more insistent. The organization launching this publication responded early to the need for instructional material on electronic maintenance for U.S. Naval Communications and the U.S. Army Signal Corps field use. Naturally, such single purpose application to the problems of modern communications maintenance has equipped our technical staff with a valuable slant on electronic requirements. It is, therefore, with the thought of making more complete use of this accumulated knowledge that RADIO MAINTENANCE Magazine comes into being. RADIO MAINTENANCE Magazine will be distributed to those accredited radio and electronic dealers upon whose shoulders rests the responsibility for today's civilian radio maintenance; to airline and airport radio activities; to A -M, F -M and television broadcasting stations, and to manufacturers of radio receivers and equipment. It will not be made available to the general public. Our editors will obtain articles only of great interest in the actual field of operation where new and improved technique and short cuts are being developed. They will augment this information with the accumulated knowledge of our technicians in the quick and efficient servicing of all general circuits, and in correctly maintaining components for all electronic communications equipment.
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