was the cover of the February 1942 issue of Electronics Magazine.
The article detailed the emergence of the new American Network,
a linking of seven FM stations that distributed programming from
Philadelphia to northern New England. The key station in the network
was Major Armstrong's W2XMN in Alpine, New Jersey. Franklin M. Doolittle's
W65H on Meriden Mountain in Central Connecticut, which later
became WDRC FM, was a member of the network.
American Network was short-lived, discontinuing in 1944. But by
1947 Doolittle and Armstrong were again partners in The
more on Doolittle and Armstrong's collaboration, starting in 1939
click here; for more on The
American Network click here.
image is courtesy of Norm Gagnon and his excellent site on early
FM and television stations, ggn