Telharmonium – The 1st. Music Streaming Service, 100 Years Ago

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From Engadget –

In 1897, Cahill received a patent for his “Art of and Apparatus for Generating and Distributing Music Electrically,” and soon found investors for his “Telharmonium” project.

The Telharmonium arrived nearly a century before services like Pandora and SiriusXM began streaming music to homes and devices and almost a decade before radio hit the airwaves all around the world.

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