There’s Music in the Air for Airplane Travelers (Apr, 1940)

There’s Music in the Air for Airplane Travelers
AS THEY fly to their destinations, passengers on planes of a major transcontinental air line can now listen to broadcast radio programs. Stations are tuned in on a master set and the programs are piped to individual loudspeakers housed in padded units that hang over the seat backs of those passengers who desire to listen in.

2 comments
  1. Christoph says: February 16, 201210:47 am

    Not just any music: J-pop!

  2. G. L. Tyrebyter says: February 17, 20121:09 am

    Looks like only one station could be tuned in at a time. Who decided the program?

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