Radio: Statistics to the Wars

Strange are the uses of radio statistics. Last week in Variety two double-page advertisements appeared. One tried to prove by Cooperative Analysis of Broadcasting figures that CBS was the leading network of the land. The other, also using C. A. B. figures, advanced the proposition that NBC's Red Network led all the rest.

Not responsible for interpretations of its figures is C. A. B. Having used them against each other, the networks last week united in using C. A. B. statistics against their common foe ASCAP, the cooperative which controls most U. S. music. The networks claimed that according to C....

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