The Press: British Outcast

All radiocasting in England is done by the Government's British Broadcasting Corp. which permits no advertising programs, a rule dearly cherished by the British Press. Thrifty France has no such taboo. Many a British and U. S. advertiser broadcasts from trans-Channel stations to the British audience (5,000,000 licensed sets). Of all British newspapers only the sporting London Sunday Referee prints the trans-Channel programs. Lately the Referee committed what, to its contemporaries, was treason. It sponsored a series of broadcasts from Paris. Last week the Newspaper Proprietors Association cast out the Referee....

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