The broadcast of the ceremonies was apparently made by station WLFQ, operating under a temporary grant.
 
Boston Herald, January 5, 1922, page 7:

CHELSEA
    Mayor Lawrence F. Quigley of Chelsea was inducted into office for his fifth term at exercises held at the Chelsea City Hall last night. In his address, which was broadcast by radio, he said that in reviewing his four terms as mayor he could find nothing to regret, "no dereliction of duty or integrity of which to be ashamed." He declared that his re-election was a rebuke to those who "for partisan purposes were willing to besmirch the name of Chelsea."
    In conclusion he said he did not intend to seek another term as mayor after the present term expired.
    The exercises were opened with a prayer by the Rev. M. J. Scanlon, pastor of St. Rose's Church. The oath of office to the mayor and aldermen was administered by Richard A. Voke, city clerk.