What happened when AT&T sold their red network in 1926?
Subsequently, one may also ask, what new network was formed when AT&T sold its networks in 1926?
Furthermore, what did NBC Blue become? The Blue network became the "NBC Blue Network, Inc." and the NBC Red became "NBC Red Network, Inc." Effective January 10, 1942, the two networks had their operations formally divorced, and the Blue Network was referred to on the air as either "Blue" or "Blue Network," with its official corporate name being Blue Network
Similarly one may ask, when did RCA go out of business?
|Fate||Acquired by GE in 1986, various divisions liquidated|
|Successor||General Electric RCA (owned by Technicolor) RCA Records (owned by Sony Music Entertainment)|
|Founded||October 17, 1919 as Radio Corporation of America. Name changed to RCA Corporation on May 9, 1969.|
|Founder||Owen D. Young|
What was the first broadcasting network?
The National Broadcasting Company began regular broadcasting in 1926, with telephone links between New York and other Eastern cities. NBC became the dominant radio network, splitting into Red and Blue networks. The Columbia Broadcasting System began in 1927 under the guidance of William S. Paley.