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See details. Buy It Now. Add to cart. Banks and Rusty McClure , Paperback. In , very few saw the city's first television programs from Crosley Broadcasting. He always wanted the best, always wanted the most powerful — the best radio station and the most powerful station," said Haehnle, who started at Crosley in as a University of Cincinnati co-op and rose to vice president of administration and engineering before leaving broadcasting in Crosley engineers built the world's most powerful transmitter, an unprecedented , watts, under WLW-AM's distinctive diamond-shaped tower on Tylersville Road in West Chester Township.
It broadcast on an experimental basis , before the U.
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When President Franklin Roosevelt flipped a switch in the White House to activate the transmitter on May 2, , Crosley spoke briefly in Italian, hoping radio inventor Guglielmo Marconi would hear him halfway around the world. There was no evidence he did.
But "The Nation's Station" could be heard from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River and beyond — not to mention picked up on vibrating oven racks, rain gutters, fences and telephone lines in the Mason area. Not only did Crosley make radio sets and shows, his engineers designed and manufactured all the electronics for the studios and transmitters. If we can build it better than we can buy it, then build it. Stull, Channel 5's "Mr.
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Hop" children's show star, said the main TV studio audio boards in the s "were the same ones from the radio days. At the height of business in , Crosley Manufacturing Co. But by the time he died in , Crosley had sold off most of these interests. Lewis managed the dozens of products and dozens of buildings and the 10, employees, and in so doing, Lewis allowed his older brother to think and experiment and to deploy his grasshopper mind on the next new thing. It is America's first sports car. It is very, very cool. The biography of the brothers Crosley is a classic tale of entrepreneurial spirit in the Tristate, tracing the creation of a manufacturing legend.
It's also a lesson plan for today's entrepreneurs. Think big, but remember: The devil is in the details.
On a somewhat related note, another inventor's passing in late October received scant attention in the local press. Petra Cabot, inventor of the plaid Scotch Kooler, died at the age of