January 22, 2010
Jamie delivers an appreciation of the life of the White genius, Edwin Howard Armstrong, the greatest inventor in the history of radio communications. We look at Armstrong’s life, from his birth in Manhattan in 1890 until his death by suicide in 1954, in Manhattan. We also scrutinize the media monopolist David Sarnoff, whose gangster tactics of government corruption and endless lawsuits broke the great genius and good man Armstrong, and caused the hopelessness that led him to step out of his 13th floor window in Manhattan.
26 MB / 32 kbps mono / 1 hour 56 min.