Radio: The Mexican Air

While delegates to the N. A. B. convention in San Francisco shrilly belabored ASCAP last week (see above), a lumbering, thick-maned Mexican, ensconced in a room in the swank Mark Hopkins Hotel, was trying to persuade U. S. broadcasters to help clear up the confusion of wave lengths between Mexico and the U. S. Although his presence at the convention went almost unnoticed, the Mexican was one of the most important figures in Mexican radio. His name: Emilio Azcarraga. His title: President of the Mexican Broadcasting Association.

The Mexican air that Azcarraga wants...

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