The Federal Radio Commission last week decided to eliminate about 300 of
the 694 radio broadcasting stations in the U. S. Reason: to clear the
air "in public interest." Those will remain who can convince the
commission that public convenience, interest or necessity needs them.
Last year about 250 new stations opened.
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