The Electrical Engineer, May 12, 1893, page 473:
Theodore Puskas.--The inventor of the telephone newspaper, Herr Theodore Puskas, has just died in Budapest. He was regarded as one of the leading electricians of Hungary, where he started the telephone exchange. Besides electrical problems, he was greatly interested in aerial navigation. Puskas was most anxious to arrange a telephone system to be heard by a milllon speakers at once, and his last invention was in long-distance telephony, the secret of which probably died with him.