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The NBC Red Network is a defunct American radio network. Launched in 1926, it, along with the NBC Blue Network, were the two original radio networks of the National Broadcasting Company, and the first two commercial radio networks in the United States. CBS Radio was established a year later.

In 1943, NBC was required to divest itself of its Blue Network, which would eventually become the American Broadcasting Company (ABC). The Red Network continued as the NBC Radio Network. The NBC Radio Network itself no longer exists under its original configuration, having been spun off and gradually dissolved into eventual corporate parent Westwood One.


NBC Red Network sections
Intro  Creation  Red Network and Blue Network  Notable programs  Affiliates  After the Golden Age of Radio  Divestiture  Rebranding  NBC News Radio  Former NBC-owned radio stations  References  External links  

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