Radio Expert Witnesses
Since its birth in the early 20th century, radio has used the transmission and reception of electromagnetic waves of radio frequency to carry sound communications from a single broadcast station to listeners with radio receivers. From the 1920s to the 1940s, radio was the main source of broadcast news, music, and other types of programming until the invention of television in the late 1940s. Radio required listeners to use their imaginations since they could not see the characters and settings of their favorite radio shows. Our expert witnesses, speakers, and consultants on radio are from various industries and backgrounds including, but not limited to, broadcasting, communications, electrical engineering, media, and radio engineering. Areas of expertise include broadcast and audio technology, microwaves, media consulting, media economics, broadcast management, broadcast journalism, international broadcasting, and digital radio, among others. They have published extensively on the subject of radio. Our experts have successfully testified for both plaintiff and defense in cases involving elements of radio, the first amendment right to freedom of speech, and an antenna patent.