Phonograph Monthly Review

Phonograph Monthly Review was a trade magazine focused on the phonograph and recording industries, published from 1920 to 1924. The magazine was one of a number of publications that emerged during the early part of the 20th century to cater to the growing demand for information on sound recording technology and music distribution.Image:phonograph-monthly-review-sample-cover

The Phonograph Monthly Review covered a range of topics related to the phonograph and recording industries, including articles on new technologies and equipment, record reviews, and news and analysis of industry trends. The magazine also featured advertisements for phonograph equipment and records.

The Phonograph Monthly Review was published by the American Phonograph Monthly Review Company, which was headquartered in New York City. The magazine was printed on high-quality paper and featured a variety of illustrations and photographs related to the phonograph industry.

Despite its relatively short run, The Phonograph Monthly Review was an important publication in the history of the recording industry, providing a valuable resource for professionals in the field as well as for serious collectors and enthusiasts. Through its coverage of new technologies and industry developments, the magazine helped to shape the direction of the phonograph industry in its early years.{{Categories}}

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