HC Deb 03 April 1922 vol 152 cc1868-9W

asked the Postmaster-General if he is prepared substantially to modify and relax, at an early date, the existing Regulations restricting the use of wireless telephones; and if he will sanction and promote the daily broadcasting, by established and suitably equipped radio stations, of wireless telephone messages likely to prove of value to trade and industry in this country or being of general public interest?


I am entirely sympathetic towards the idea of utilising wireless telephony for the broadcasting of messages of the kind referred to by the hon. Member. The whole question is being referred to the Imperial Communications Committee in order that the views of the other Departments concerned may be obtained as early as possible.

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