Subscription Radio Was First Proposed In The 1940s

s-cat-sAccording to Paleofuture –

We often think of subscription radio in the U.S. as a fairly new idea. But back in the 1940s, one company was trying to make ad-free subscription radio a reality. How would they make sure people paid? By protecting their broadcast from freeloaders with shrieking cat noises.

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