Carl Dreher

  • How the Wasteland Began: The Early Days of Radio

    One of the original pioneers of broadcasting, Carl Dreher brings back the enthusiasm and the exasperation of the days when wireless began and young David Sarnoff and William Paley set up their rival shops. Mr. Dreher spent a good many years as a radio engineer and was director of recording at RKO Studios when he turned to writing. He is now science editor of THE NATION.

  • Two-Way Radio for Everyman

    CARL DREHER was one of the early wireless amateurs in the United States, one of the earty holders of a commercial operator’s license, a pioneer in broadcasting and sound films, and is a Fellow of the lnstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the successor society to the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers.