National Affairs: RPA v. RCA


Last week great Radio Corporation of America, with its swarm of subsidiaries, was fighting for its life before the Federal Radio Commission. After years of industrial supremacy this Goliath of the air had been driven back against the wall by a little David called the Radio Protective Association ("Against Radio Monopoly"). At stake were 1,403 Federal licenses whereunder RCA's National Broadcasting Co. Inc., RCA Communications Inc., Radiomarine Corp. of America and RCA-Victor Co. Inc., did business.

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