RCA was once a brand in every American household; it's leaders exalted, it's contributions lauded. But ask a anyone under the age of 40 if they've heard of RCA and they'll look at you like a deer in headlights. In fact, RCA was more than just a brand here and gone, it was the linchpin for many of the icons of today. In this episode of Bizography we dig into the history of a company that gave us modern radio and television, and is directly connected to everyone from GE, NBC, ABC, and BMG to Rockefeller Center, Lifesavers, and Hertz.
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