The state-of-the-art futurist design of the Finnish Suomen Yleisradio national radio station operation circa 1927-1956.
Yle is Finland’s national public broadcasting service. Suomen Yleisradio (Finland’s General Radio) was founded in Helsinki on 29 May 1926. By 1928 Yle’s broadcasts became available to the whole country. After this the broadcasting network was developed and by the beginning of the 1930s, 100,000 households were able to listen to Yle programmes.
Cut to the 1950s and Yle Suomen Yleisradio were cutting edge, pushing radio and design boundaries.
Welcome to the obscure world of Yleisradio c. 1930-1950.