Let's start by going back about a hundred years to what is probably the first comic strip having a radio broadcast theme..
The following is quoted from the Strippers Guide Blog..
The Stripper's Guide blog
discusses the history of the American newspaper comic strip:
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Although the strip seems to have ended with only 70-some installments under its belt, the burgeoning interest in radio kept it from going peacefully into the comic strip graveyard. In 1922-23, Western Newspaper Union added reprints of the feature to their weekly line-up. Then McClure itself started selling the strip in batches, where it was snapped up by economically minded newspapers well into the mid-1920s."
Read more and view some comic strips at:
Silver Age Comics pointed out a rare comic panel of a super hero who presents a radio broadcast theme..
Silver Age Comics
Amateur Radio Comic Books introduces the young-uns' to HAM Radio:
This story is designed to provide you with some basic information about ham radio, giving a glimpse into its history, its applications, and its relevance in the world today. Whether you’re a student or an adult, this book tells a story about ham radio which we hope you will read again and again."
Find an ample selection of free issues to download or read online at: http://icomamerica.com/en/amateur/comic_book/
DIY Radio Rookies teach young people the art of Audio Production... "The Making of a Radio Rookies Story: From Day One to Air.Follow the journey of Radio Rookie Keith Harris as he reports and produces his first feature story with WNYC's youth media program. .. about everything from interview skills to how to report a personal story:
.Get your free copy at: http://www.scribd.com/doc/203531647/The-Making-of-a-Radio-Rookies-Story-From-Day-One-to-Air
"The local radio-station where most things never go according to plan. Martin, the young editor, desperately tries to usher the rest of the unbelievably incompetent staff to produce something resembling a radio-broadcast, but he is rarely successful.
Even though the backdrop for this comic-strip is a local radio-station, most of the stories revolve around the six people who work there and their chaotic private lives":
.. It's true that most of the strips have absolutely nothing to do with the radio station, however I did manage to find a couple in the mix..
See more Radio Gaga strips via: https://www.radiogaga.no/english_radiogaga.php
Ok.. Well this post took a lot longer than expected'.. Now I'm tired of it and don't feel like telling you about the radio station comic book I was saving for last.. And it really is rather cool..
But oh well, I'm done.
I'll tell you about it tomorrow.