Dec 6, 2017

[Ans] Which President delivered the first presidential address on radio 94 years ago today?

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The Weekly Address of the President of the United States (also known as the Weekly (Radio) Address or Your Weekly Address) is the weekly speech by the President of the United States to the nation. Franklin D. Roosevelt was the first U.S. president to deliver such radio addresses. Ronald Reagan revived the practice of delivering a weekly Saturday radio broadcast in 1982, and his successors have all continued the practice. As the Internet became mainstream, the weekly address was made available on other media. George W. Bush introduced an audio podcast feed and Barack Obama introduced a weekly video address during his presidential transition period. Donald Trump has continued the weekly video address.


Step 2 : Answer to the question "Which President delivered the first presidential address on radio 94 years ago today?"



Calvin Coolidge:


On Dec. 6, 1923, the first presidential address was broadcast on the radio. President Calvin Coolidge delivered what is now known as the State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress. It was the first time a presidential address had ever been heard by the American 
people. The New York Times noted "the voice of President Coolidge will be carried over a greater portion of the United States and will be heard by more people than the voice of any man in history." President Coolidge’s inaugural radio address reached 23 million via the radio

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