Birth of the radio
In 1900, Guglielmo Marconi invented the wireless telegraph, which changed the world as it is today. This invention replaced the wired telegraph, helped ships be safe during sail. Marconi sends, in 1900, his famous S (dit dit dit) in Morse code from England to Canada. Then the wireless telegraph changed to a wireless telephone. People like Lee De Forest and Reginald Fesseden invented the wireless telephone by replacing the wired telephone. The first broadcast was recorded in 1906 in Brant Rock, Massachusetts by Reginald Fesseden on Christmas Eve playing a violin and singing.