Education: Bringing Up Radio

With an introduction by President Hoover and an impressive list of speakers there began last week a great movement to bring U. S. Radio to cultural maturity. In Manhattan's New School for Social Research met the National Advisory Council on Radio in Education, which in April announced its program, to be financed for the next three years by John Davison Rockefeller Jr. and the Carnegie Corporation (TIME, April 13). Sitting in the New School's oval auditorium, the council heard broadcast from the White House the voice of President Hoover, introducing to them the...

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