The dissemination of radio communications intended to be received by the public, directly or by the intermediary of relay stations. 47 USC § 153; a kind of wireless telephony, in the operation of which the microphone is the transmitter and the "radio set" the receiver. Dunbar v Spratt-Snyder Co. 208 Iowa 490, 226 NW 22, 63 ALR 1016; a public performance of a musical composition, even though there is no audience at the place where the music is made audible, so that it can be picked up and broadcast. 18 Am J2d Copyr § Ill. Broadcasting is distinct from televising. Norman v Century Athletic Club, 193 Md 584, 69 A2d 466, 15 ALR2d 777. The communications are by sound only, but available to bring music and speech to persons who have appropriate receivers.

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