Education: Radio Educators

Last summer for $25,000 a year National Broadcasting Co. hired Yale's former President, James Rowland Angell, as educational adviser. Last week Columbia Broadcasting System, not to be outdone, gathered a volunteer Adult Education Board of 13* around a table to decide what kind of education it should broadcast. After an all-day session the Board marched out to announce Columbia would withdraw some precious evening time from sale, would shortly produce: 1) a series of half-hour discussions between a teacher and a group of salty personalities (as individual and witty as Charlie McCarthy, if...

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