The Press: Yardstick to Radio

In the battle of Press v. Radio, the latter has lately seemed to be gaining ground. On one front the Press-Radio pact, designed to put Radio on a starvation diet of newscasts, virtually broke down last spring. Last July, on another front, Editor & Publisher took its first calm view of newspaper-owned radio stations, advised publishers not to be caught napping if and when new wavelengths are available.

One organization, however, which can be counted on to yield no quarter is the American Newspaper Publishers Association. Last year ANPA's advertising bureau head, William A....

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