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5 September 2013 - 80 years of beginning of broadcasting in Volgograd (former Stalingrad)

"Regional Radio Committee shall notify all that from September 5, 1933 through Stalingrad begins broadcasting station RV-34 in the wake of 541.5 meters Mass-political broadcasts daily from 6 am to 8 pm." / From the newspaper "Pravda Volga"

Almost sixty years it was headed by Valentin F. Feofanov - the legend of the Stalingrad (Volgograd) broadcasting. At the house number 21 on the street. them. Marshal Chuikov, in the center of Volgograd, a memorial plaque: "In this house lived the brothers Feofanov Valentin (1911-1999 yy.) And Feofanov Mikhail (1913-1994 yy.) - The defenders of Stalingrad, the pioneers of broadcasting, telecommunications and radio sports, honorary radio operators of the USSR. " Together future heroes of Stalingrad Valentine and Michael Feofanova passed in 1932 training at the famous Nizhny Novgorod laboratory under the direction of Mikhail Bonch-Bruyevich. Together then created and raised the professional civilian and military radio communications and radio and TV broadcasting in our area.

Until August 22, 1942 broadcast was on a daily basis, and on the 23rd ceased altogether. August 23, 1942 the city was destroyed by the Nazi mass bombardment. Was destroyed by Nazi aircraft and radio center. Journalists, engineers and technicians came to the defense of his native city.

Broadcasting resumed only after the Battle of Stalingrad. In 1943, Valentin Fedorovich Feofanova appointed head of the radio center. Work on its restoration, enhancement and expansion of the power transmitters broadcasting coverage of the country - his main task.

And it is not immediately decided on the wording address. At first it was a small room in Beketovka. After a few more crossings - a two-storey building opposite the current Library. Gorky. It was only in 1958 (and 2008) Volgograd radio address was: st. Mira, 9. It was already a full-fledged "radio band" - with three studios and hardware, editorial offices and assembly.

Perhaps at that time came the "Golden Age" of regional broadcast journalism. Ambitious national economic projects that were embodied in Stalingrad-Volgograd, are reflected in radio broadcasts. Journalists were live broadcasts from the factories, the Volga hydroelectric power station, ship canal them. Lenin, construction sites, of theaters, concerts with famous artists.

From Stalingrad radio journalists learned to repair the gang Alexandra Cherkasova, marked the beginning of the movement cherkasovskomu: "Restore my favorite city!" Radio has been in every home. Names Mikhail Ivanov, Vilicha Lyumkisa, Leah Davidovich, Galina Guseva, Vladimir Koshenkova, Larissa Ulyanenko, Yevgeny Chistyakov, Lydia Grishanova, Klima Konyahina, Hope Grigorieva, Nicholas Nikuyko, Emel'janovoj Olympics, Alexander Kohl and many others have been, as they say at the hearing.

Radio Music Library holds many records interviews with the heroes of the time: the generals Georgy Zhukov and Konstantin Rokossovsky, Vasily Ivanovich Chuikov, the legendary defender of Stalingrad House Sergeant Yakov Pavlov, the leaders of the Party and the government, Heroes of the Soviet Union and the Socialist Labor, astronauts, poets, composers and actors.

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