RADIO – A BREAKTHROUGH IN MASS COMMUNICATION People around the world were benefiting from the newspapers as one fine mean of mass communication since the middle of 15th century that in the last decade of the 19th century scientists came close to opening gates for an entirely different means of communication which would require no paper and printing press and transportation of the publication. It was a mean to carry your voice to million others in a flash of an eye. It was the invention of radio.
It was a miracle in the field of mass communication that a person could address a very number of audiences and that too, to a distance of thousands of kilometers away.
What is radio?
Radio is a technology that allows the transmission of signals by modulation of electromagnetic waves with frequencies below those of light.