Press: News on the Air

After squabbling bitterly for almost a year over news-broadcasting, the press and the radio last week reached an armistice. Its basis was a plan suggested a month ago after Manhattan conferences between Presidents Paley of Columbia Broadcasting and Aylesworth of NBC, Roy W. Howard, Karl A. Bickel of United Press and representatives for AP and INS. Important points:

A bureau of seven representing the news agencies and the broadcasters will furnish radio stations with 30-word bulletins twice each day. In return, broadcasting companies will not release the morning bulletin before 9:30 a....

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