Letters, Jul. 18, 1938


Sirs : LIFE, in its issue of May 16, carries an advertisement of TIME, which tells of the editors, writers, researchers and correspondents of the new Radio Department, who have for three months been exploring the field. They are described as having gathered news "from London, where television has failed dismally." Some member of your team has surely betrayed you here. Any of the many thousands of people, who watched on the television screen Bois Roussel make his winning dash in the Derby, or Eddie Phillips knocking out Ben Foord in...

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