Public Radio of Armenia
May 7 is Radio Day, an invention that changed the world, in general, and the world of communication, in particular. It is celebrated in a number of post-Soviet countries, including Armenia.
On August 27, 1926 the “Soviet Armenia” newspaper informed: “The construction of the radio station in Yerevan has been completed. The station will start operating in five days.”
The Voice of Yerevan was first heard on air in September, 1926. On April 6, 1927 the first radio schedule consisting of news and concerts was printed in the press.
The Day of Radio was first observed in Moscow on May 7, 1945. From that time on May 7 has been marked in Armenia as Radio Day.
(Mike Terry via WOR io group)