1934 in radio
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The year 1934 in radio involved some significant events.
- 1 January - In New Zealand, station 3YL Christchurch is opened.
- 26 March - In New Zealand, station 4YO Dunedin is opened.
- 28 June: Fireside chat: Review of the Achievements of the Seventy-third Congress
- 1 July: The Federal Communications Commission is created, replacing the Federal Radio Commission.
- 30 September: Fireside chat: On Moving Forward to Greater Freedom and Greater Security
- December:WJBO is relocated from New Orleans to Baton Rouge & relaunched as simply WJBO 1150AM in Baton Rouge.
- April: Major Bowes Amateur Hour debuts on the New York City station WHN.
- 29 September: The Quality Network cooperative is reorganized and renamed the Mutual Broadcasting System. The stations participating in the co-op, all serving as part-owners, include WOR-New York (Bamberger Broadcasting Service/Macy's), WGN-Chicago (The Chicago Tribune), WLW-Cincinnati (Crosley Broadcasting Corporation) and WXYZ-Detroit (Kunsky-Trendle Broadcasting).
- 14 October: Lux Radio Theater debuts on NBC Blue for its first year, before moving to CBS for the remainder of its run.
- January: Alan Berg (died 1984), Denver-based liberal radio talk show host and former attorney.
- 25 April: George Bogle, a minister and religious broadcaster in Detroit, Michigan.
- Don Lee, 54, pioneer California broadcasting mogul.
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