On October 18, 1954, Texas Instruments introduced the first transistor radio, and the easily portable devices would quickly transform the world's listening habits. In honor of this anniversary, for this Throwback Thursday (#TBT) we're looking back at Coke's own history with radio, from the big-band orchestras of the 30s to the miniature music devices of the 90s. So come tune in and tune up your knowledge of Coke lore, and then drop by our Music section for a timeline of Coke's musical past.
And if you finish this slideshow with a craving for more music, we can help you out with that, too: listen to the latest up-and-coming artists featured in our 52 Songs of Happiness feature, or download the
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