History of wireless telegraphy and broadcasting in Australia/Topical/Localities/Brisbane

More than 50 key articles relevant to VIB Brisbane, mainly from the NLA's Trove Digitised Newspapers have been transcribed for ease of reference here: Brisbane - Transcriptions and Notes

1900s - Early Wireless ExperimentsEdit

1910s - VIBEdit

1910s - AmateursEdit

4CMEdit

Early 1920s Amateur BroadcastersEdit

4AEEdit

4AEEdit

4AEEdit

4AEEdit

4AEEdit

4AEEdit

1924 - 4QGEdit

1924+ - Failed B ClassEdit

29 Jul 1924 - John Clarey Price (4CE-4FI) reported negotiating for a Brisbane B Class licence, future 4MB?[1]

1 Oct 1924 - Report that efforts being made to interest an entertainment house in establishment of a Brisbane B Class station[2]

22 Nov 1924 - Herbert of the Trocadero announces at meeting that he intends establishing a B class station before Christmas (likely the subject of the 1 Oct 1924 report)[3]

22 Nov 1924 - 4CM operator Elliott places the facilities of the station for regular broadcasts if the traders meet the financial costs[4]

Late 1920s Amateur BroadcastersEdit

4BCEdit

4BHEdit

Early 1930s Amateur BroadcastersEdit

4BKEdit

Late 1930s Amateur BroadcastersEdit

4QREdit

4MBSEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Broadcasting Station". The Telegraph (Queensland, Australia) (16119): p. 2 (SECOND EDITION). 29 July 1924. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article183998558. Retrieved 9 December 2020. 
  2. "RADIO TOPICS". The Telegraph (Queensland, Australia) (16,174): p. 4. 1 October 1924. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article179602066. Retrieved 9 December 2020. 
  3. "Radio in Brisbane". The Telegraph (Queensland, Australia) (16,219): p. 9. 22 November 1924. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article183321373. Retrieved 9 December 2020. 
  4. "Radio in Brisbane". The Telegraph (Queensland, Australia) (16,219): p. 9. 22 November 1924. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article183321373. Retrieved 9 December 2020.