Television? Not much TV before 1950; but some. Worth noting that RADIO MIRROR added "AND TELEVISION" to its title in the early 1940's. In Britain, of course, there were TV broadcasts beginning in the early 1930's.

Radio? Yes, although there are fewer magazines about Radio than you might think. We cover the technical aspects of Radio, including a lot of its early history as a geek phenomenon, in the Science and Technology Category.

Movies? Yes! Dozens and dozens of magazines published thousands of issues featuring the latest from Hollywood (and occasionally from elsewhere). Looking at these you find a short-form pop cultural history. You can read a great number of these actual magazines via the Media History Digital Library! Check out their section linking to hundreds and hundreds of issues online; it's the easiest way to find them.

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  • Radio Digest 38 photos Radio Digest
  • Radio Guide 134 photos Radio Guide
  • Radio Magazines Miscellaneous 3 photos Radio Magazines Miscellaneous
  • Radio Mirror 4 photos Radio Mirror
  • Radio Revue 3 photos Radio Revue
  • Radio Stars 54 photos Radio Stars
  • Radio and Television Mirror 1 photo Radio and Television Mirror
  • Radioland 12 photos Radioland
  • Screen Album 7 photos Screen Album
  • Screen Book 23 photos Screen Book
  • Screen Guide 41 photos Screen Guide
  • Screen Romances 17 photos Screen Romances
  • Screenland 65 photos Screenland
  • Shadoplay 1 photo Shadoplay
  • Silver Screen 7 photos Silver Screen
  • Talking Screen 8 photos Talking Screen
  • Television Magazines 4 photos Television Magazines
  • Tower Radio 7 photos Tower Radio
  • What's On the Air 4 photos What's On the Air