Radio: Radio Curtsies

For U. S. radio, as well as for almost everybody else, the Royal Visit to the States last week was a great event (see p. 15), and radio made a great to-do about it. Newscasters kept for U. S. tuners a here-they-come, there-they-go vigil from the moment the Royal train rolled across the Suspension Bridge at Niagara Falls last week until Their Majesties left Hyde Park Sunday night for Canada. Radio strove as vigorously as the press for news angles and side slants, but broadcasters generally watched their step more carefully, trod on no...

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