Broadcasting, Its New Day
Explores all aspects of radio and broadcasting for the general public, covering such subjects as radio drama, educational programs, political use of radio, religious programming, advertising, and interference between stations (before active government allocations control). It also discusses "radio vision", television's predecessor, people in radio, and jobs in the field.
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