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The Radio Corporation of America (later shortened to RCA) was formed in 1919 with the assets of the American Marconi wireless company and key radio patents owned by General Electric, Westinghouse, and other players. Conceived as a "marriage of convenience" between private corporations and the U.S. government for the development of wireless communication, RCA soon grew in a different direction.
Today, the RCA brand is found on a variety of entertainment and information products marketed in countries throughout the world. RCA can be found on flat-panel televisions, home and business telephones, audio/video gear, accessories, small appliances, and other products.