The Press: Ink v. Air (Cont'd)

For nearly eight years scattered platoons of the U. S. Press, led by ever-watchful Editor & Publisher, tradepaper, have been sounding alarums against Radio as a competitor not only in advertising but in news reporting. Particularly distressing to them is the complaisance of the Press in donating or selling news for Radio to broadcast before it appears in print. But one publishers' convention after another passed without even formation of a united front against Radio.

Last week the Press's watchdogs exulted over what they thought was the approach of a crisis in...

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