The Press: Shifts

Last week, looking backward & forward at year's end, the press and radio industries made many a shift in personnel, four of which were noteworthy:

¶Boosted to the presidency of William Randolph Hearst's ten-station radio chain, the President's second son, Elliott Roosevelt, became a big man in the Hearst empire, charged with full and heavy responsibility for making money out of a $2,000,000 string of stations in Oklahoma City, San Antonio, Waco, Austin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Baltimore, New York, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee. For two years Elliott ably managed Hearst's southwest network...

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