Radio: Miller's Way

A pair of bloodhounds on a recent Hobby Lobby show bayed like banshees during rehearsals, then closed up like mummies when the program went on the air. A CBS announcer a few Sundays back inadvertently attributed the Bab Ballads to Shakespeare. Three years ago Al Jolson ad libbed something about a Pennsylvania hotel that may cost NBC $15,000. If Radio Engineer James Arthur Miller had his way, embarrassing and costly mishaps like these would not happen on the radio.

James Arthur Miller (Stanford '13, U. S. Navy, Warner Brothers) has a sound-recording system which...

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