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The golden age of old time radio comedy shows refers to the period in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s when radio was the dominant form of entertainment in the United States and comedy shows were a popular programming choice. These shows featured a variety of formats, including situation comedies, sketch comedies, and variety shows. Many of these shows were based on successful stage productions or films and featured popular actors, comedians, and entertainers of the time. The golden age of old time radio comedy shows saw the emergence of many iconic shows and characters, such as "The Jack Benny Program," "The Abbott and Costello Show," and "The Burns and Allen Show." Despite the rise of television in the 1950s, old time radio comedy shows remained popular and continued to be produced until the late 1960s.

A.M. America's OTR Comedy Channel

A.M. America's OTR Comedy Channel

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