Phonograph Record

Phonograph Record was a monthly trade magazine focused on the phonograph and recording industries, published from 1902 to 1906. The magazine was one of the earliest publications to cater to the growing demand for information on sound recording technology and music distribution.Image:phonograph-record-sample-cover

Phonograph Record covered topics related to the phonograph industry such as new technologies and equipment, available music records, and artist performances and releases. The magazine also featured advertisements for phonograph equipment and records.

The publication of Phonograph Record coincided with the growth of the early commercial music recording industry. During this period, the phonograph industry was developing rapidly, and the magazine was an important resource for professionals in the industry as well as for serious collectors and enthusiasts.

Phonograph Record was published by the Phonograph Belles-Lettres Company, which was headquartered in New York City. The magazine featured articles and illustrations written by leading experts and professionals in the phonograph industry at the time.

Despite its relatively short run, Phonograph Record was an important publication in the history of the recording industry, providing a valuable resource for professionals and enthusiasts alike. The magazine helped to shape the direction of the phonograph industry during its formative years.{{Categories}}

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