Category:Crosley Broadcasting Corporation

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English: The Crosley Broadcasting Corporation was a radio and television broadcaster founded by radio manufacturing pioneer Powel Crosley. The company was an early operator of radio stations in the United States. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, Crosley's flagship station was WLW (700 AM). Most of its broadcast properties adopted callsigns in which the first three letters were "WLW", which stood for "[the] World's Largest Warehouse". By the 1950s, the company would operate a small television network in the eastern Midwest. The company was later succeeded by the Avco Broadcasting Corporation.
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Crosley Broadcasting Corporation 
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Instance of business
LocationUnited States of America
Headquarters location
Founded by
  • Powel Crosley, Jr.
  • 1922
Dissolved, abolished or demolished
  • 1968
Authority control
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Crosley Broadcasting Corporation (en); Crosley Broadcasting Corporation (fr); Crosley Broadcasting Corporation (sh) americká firma (cs)


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