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The life of a large broadcasting station could be seen pulsating there, with its many elements animating a whole set of studios for symphony orchestras, for chamber music, for conferences and speakers.
In addition, several rooms and galleries were set up to present, in an attractive form, the applications of radioelectricity in aviation, navigation on large ships as well as on aircraft.
On the screens, television scenes were projected using the latest techniques.
The Radio Palace was also the unique sound centre of the exhibition, broadcasting concerts and news from the whole of the city.
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