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originally radios were very expensive
Even though the price of radios went down in the 1920's they were still quite expensive and high end sets could cost as much as a car, some people made there own sets called Chrystal sets to save money
radio offered entertainment(music, comedy, preaching, news )
foster Hewitt announced the first hockey night in Canada on Feb 8 1923
Jazz can either be fast pasted or slow pasted
Music that was big in the 1920's was
Phonographs was an other way people listened to music. If you didn't have a radio in the 1920's you had a phonograph
People felt freer with their money as the decade progressed. Entertainment became much more popular. Medium format roll film was created Quality of film was constantly increasing Motion-pictures and dialogue became synchronized: "part-talkies" Sound films
The new dance crazes were for the new women and men who valued extreme sports, frivolity and looser morals. Most dancing took place in nightclubs and community centers.
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