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Mutual Broadcasting System

former radio broadcasting network
(Redirected from Mutual Radio)

The Mutual Broadcasting System was an American radio network. It broadcast radio shows from 1934 to 1999. It was also called Mutual Broadcasting Company; Mutual; or the Mutual Broadcasting System, Inc.

Mutual Broadcasting System
Mutual Broadcasting Company
TypeCooperative radio network (1934–52); corporate-controlled radio network (1952–99)
CountryUnited States United States (and Windsor Ontario, Canada)
FoundedSeptember 29, 1934 (organized); October 29, 1934 (incorporated)
DissolvedApril 17, 1999
Former namesQuality Network
Affiliates4 founders (1934); 104 (1938); 384 (1945); 543 (1950); 443 (1960); 950 (1979); 810 (1985)

Mutual broadcast radio shows, such as The Lone Ranger, The Adventures of Superman, and The Shadow. It broadcast baseball games, including the All-Star Game and World Series, and football games for the University of Notre Dame. From 1978 to 1994, it broadcast the Larry King Show.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "The Larry King Show". www.peabodyawards.com.