Today, people gather around smart phones and computers to watch sports highlights, read tweets, and gather news from across the world. People used to do the same around radios: listen to baseball or boxing, hear the President’s most recent speech, or tune into Paul Harvey on ABC Radio Network. Radios were designed in eloquent manners to be bought as a status symbol for people’s homes. Transistor radios were taken to the ballparks, beaches and to picnics to help enjoy life while staying informed. Radios opened the door for information to travel faster, for people to communicate more effectively and decisions to be made more efficiently. Pick up a piece of history that helped change the world.