The Press: Radio News

A newsgathering organization with correspondents in all chief U. S. cities to collect and write news items suitable for radio broadcasting, with a nationwide clientele of radio stations (one in each city and two or more in the larger centres), with 20 wavelengths in the short-wave spectrum for its own use, with a network of teletypewriter lines so that its stories would be automatically transmitted ready for use in broadcasting rooms, and with an arrangement for selling radio broadcasting for the stations on a 15 per cent commission—such was the organization visualized...

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