Radio - Welcome Addition to the New Generation

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In today's world where we have everything from an iPod touch to an Xbox 360, people don't or have not forgotten about the first electronic that brought us music as well as entertainment and that is the radio; which was first invented in the mid 19th century. Radio brought us everything from news broadcasts to weather reports and baseball games. Even now in the 21st century, radio still provides plenty of the same things that our parents enjoyed back in the days and their parents before them. Much of the radio we came to know way back when is still around today, however, its more like a separate entity in and on different networks such as iTunes.

Who still listens to radio these days you might wonder, well everyone because there's still radio stations that we still can listen to that doesn't require an iPod or even a computer. Incidentally, there are radio apps that people can download to their iPod touch and once the app is fully downloaded, people can listen to everything from their favorite station to any station they want to listen to.

One of the greatest reasons why people still listen to radio today is because of the fact that a lot of the music that they used to listen to when they were kids, still beat within them today as full blown adults. Ironically, a lot of new gadgets that people buy these days have a way to access the radio as well like on the various game consoles like the PS3 in particular. On the ps3, you can easily access radio brand names like Pandora radio and some others. You can even listen to the radio on the ps3 while you're playing whatever game that you're working on.

In conclusion, radio is one of the oldest forms of entertainment but throughout the generations, evolution of radio has made us appreciate everything about it including the fact that you can access a radio or radio station anywhere be it on a game console or an iPod touch or even an iPhone.

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